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Septicflesh Re-Releasing "Mystic Places Of Dawn" Album With Bonus Tracks

As previously announced, Season of Mist will re-release the first five albums from Greek act Septicflesh over the course of the year to come. Below you can view the brand new cover artwork of “Mystic Places of Dawn,” designed by Spiros “Seth” Antoniou himself.

“Mystic Places of Dawn” can already be pre-ordered from Season of Mist’s e-shop as a CD digipak, double gatefold LP, or t-shirt bundle. Due out January 25th (22nd in North America), the reissue will include the four tracks from 1991 EP “Temple of the Lost Race”. The track listing is as follows:

1. Mystic Places of Dawn
2. Pale Beauty of the Past
3. Return to Carthage
4. Crescent Moon
5. Chasing the Chimera
6. The Underwater Garden
7. Behind the Iron Mask
8. (Morpheus) The Dreamlord
9. Mythos (Part 1: Elegy – Part 2: Time Unbounded)
10. Erebus (bonus track)
11. Another Reality (bonus track)
12. Temple of the Lost Race (bonus track)
13. Setting of the Two Suns (bonus track)

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1. marshbunny writes:

SEASON OF MIST PLEASE TAKE NOTE:
Re-release "ESOPTRON"!!!!!!!! This masterpiece has been out of print for far too long.

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2. marshbunny writes:

Oops I didn't see... Esoptron will return once again. Thank you Season of Mist!!!!!

# Nov 21, 2012 @ 5:07 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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3. Persecution Mania writes:

Why did they remove the original cover in favor of this crap ?

BTW, the 1ST album is an absolute MASTERPIECE !!!

# Nov 22, 2012 @ 2:31 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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4. Ruptured Souls writes:

*sighs*
So, after buying over the years the Original version of Mystic Places.., then buying the 2002 re-releaase, with different artwork -( mainly because it had the 4 tracks from the ToaLR EP )- it's being re-released again, with the same bonus tracks, but different artwork. I'm afraid i think its a little poor... (there was nothing wrong with the 1st, or 2nd version of the artwork!)

I've already got all the albums, so i shouldn't really complain. Just annoys me that companies / bands re-release their stuff with only slight differences. Then fans have to decide to waste their money, or not bother. Afraid i won't be bothering this time round.

Unless theres some unreleased bonus tracks somewhere on the other releases, or they have been fully remastered of course...

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5. Grimwar writes:

They shoulda rerecorded the whole first album entirely updatng the drums and orchestral parts on it.

# Nov 25, 2012 @ 6:39 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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6. tag writes:

2Ruptured Souls; the reason they are doing this once again is that the 2002 re-issues themselves are extremely hard to find and in that 10 year span SepticFlesh has grown from a band that almost no one know to a band that every extreme metal fan knows. Many of these fans want the old albums, but have no way of locating physical copies. Its not a cash grab, because lets be honest, there is no profit for the band in extreme metal record sales. This is purely for the fans who cannot obtain their material. If I were you, I would just be stoked that you have the rare editions that fans lust over! The same thing happened with Amon Amarth. After they released the Persuit Of Vikings video their popularity exploded and the old albums were impossible to find, So Metal Blade reissued the entire back catalog. The label is actually helping fans out by doing this. The worst is when labels release "special rare collector's platinum edition" of an album that's only 6 months old, is cheaper than the original standard edition and features a ton of new content. That's when we should be upset.

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7. silvermountains writes:

why....

# Nov 27, 2012 @ 2:40 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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8. BrianMN writes:

I’m going to agree with Grimwar.
Everyone on here knows how much I love Septic but it was Communion that got me into them.
I’ve gone back and explored the back catalog and I understand why the early albums hold a special place with the fans.
But sorry I’d much rather hear the first four albums redone.
Septic doesn’t really click with me till Revolution DNA.
But that seems to be the case with a lot of bands in get into later like Dimmu Borgir.
A lot of Dimmu fans love For All Tid but I can only go as far back as Spiritual Black Dimensions.

That said I do like this album cover better.

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