Septicflesh Finishes Recording New Album
Greek act Septicflesh has just finished recording the successor to 2008's "Communion." After a long period of work in Athens, Prague, and Sweden, the band's latest album has been finished with the help of the Filmharmonic Orchestra of Prague and producer Peter Tägtgren. Season of Mist commented on the new album:
"130 musicians were involved in the recording process. Besides the traditional classic orchestra instruments, this time Septicflesh incorporated harpsichord, some bizarre ethnic instruments and a boy soprano to their sound, pursuing a more 'horror soundtrack' approach. Of course, the guitars will still shred you to death!
"The release of the forthcoming 10-song album is expected for the first quarter of 2011. In the meantime, a brand new song will be available worldwide as an exclusive digital download single from this December 17th on."
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