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Septicflesh Posts New Video, "Martyr" Online

Greek symphonic death metal veterans Septicflesh has posted a new music video online for the song, "Martyr." You can check it out below. The song comes from the band's latest album, "Codex Omega," which was released last year through Season Of Mist Records and is the second song to receive the music video treatment after, "Portrait Of A Headless Man," which was also directed by Jon Simvonis. Speaking about the video and it's kendo theme, the band stated:

"We are welcoming the new year by releasing a second video from our latest album, 'Codex Omega' – this time for the song, 'Martyr'. Once again the clip is directed by Jon Simvonis, blending the music of Septicflesh with Kendo, which literally means 'the way of the sword'. It is a battle of sword and spirit. The ultimate goal of the fighter is to become superior to his own previous self."

Director Jon Simvonis adds: "We really had an awesome time filming Septicflesh while they were delivering an explosive performance for the 'Martyr' video! No wonder, why this band nails it on every stage that they set foot on."

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1. Drum_Junkie writes:

Pretty cool. The intro reminds me of the intro Battery off MoP. Still very cool.

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2. Alb writes:

I agree , i like this band.

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