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Septicflesh Signs North American Deal With Prosthetic Records

Prosthetic Records s proud to announce the signing of Greek symphonic death metal quartet Septicflesh, whose eight albums and performances on tour alongside the likes of Cradle of Filth, Amon Amarth, Gorgoroth, Satyricon, Children of Bodom and more have earned the group international acclaim.

The band commented: “We are very excited to have signed a new North American deal with Prosthetic Records; we feel we have made the right choice with a label that could give us the right attention for the American market, we plan on striking hard with our next album!”

Septicflesh is also excited to announce that the band will be coming over to North America later this year to headline what will be the first “Conquerors of the World” tour. More details on the tour, including dates and the rest of the lineup will be coming shortly.

Until then, the band can be seen taking part in the Metalfest Open Air European festival tour alongside the likes of Megadeth, Kreator, Behemoth and more:

May 31, 2012 – Mining, Austria
June 1, 2012 – Dessau, East Germany
June 2, 2012 – Jaworzno, Poland
June 4, 2012 CR – Zadar, Croatia
June 6, 2012 IT – Monza, Italy
June 8, 2012 DE – St. Goarshausen, West Germany @ Open Air Stage Loreley
June 9, 2012 CZ – Plzen, Czech Republic
June 10, 2012 CH – Pratteln, Switzerland

Septicflesh’s latest album, “The Great Mass” (reviewed here), was released in April 2011 by Season of Mist and was produced by Peter Tägtgren (Immortal, Hypocrisy).

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