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Septicflesh Reveals "Ophidian Wheel" Reissue Details

Following the release of latest full-length "The Great Mass" (reviewed here), Septicflesh's previous albums have been seeing re-issues via Season of Mist.

"Ophidian Wheel," the third installment in a series of five deluxe re-issues, will hit stores on October 25th (October 29th in North America) in a remastered edition including three previously unreleased bonus tracks. Below is the brand new cover artwork, designed by Septicflesh vocalist/bassist Seth Siro Anton himself.

"Ophidian Wheel," which follows "Mystic Places of Dawn" and "Esoptron" (both reissued earlier this year), marked a critical turning point in the band's career upon its release in 1997. On this album, the Greek demons further expanded their musical vocabulary, and added female soprano vocalist Natalie Rassoulis. "Ophidian Wheel" sees the band moving even further into the symphonic-laden and classically-tinged metal arrangements that have become their calling card.

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