Titans were the most ancient of all the gods in Greek mythology –
They were immortal giants of incredible strength, descending of the
Earth and the Sky, the forefathers of all things epic. Much like
Septicflesh, if you will. Riding the waves of success off their 8th
studio album, “The Great Mass”, comes this deity of a record, a
pure and powerful example of all of their musical prowess. A
testament to the Greek Symphonic Metal giants’ dexterity, this
“Titan” emerges out of the darkness and plunges into the
airwaves, screaming to be heard.
shows off guitarist’s Christos Antoniou‘s maturity in the challenging
world of classical instruments, setting Septicflesh apart from so
many contenders to the throne. The path to glory has been paved ever
since the celebrated comeback of 2008, “Communion” was its name.
Septicflesh have long back made us grow accustomed to their massive
deadly guitars, edging darkness, haunting gothic melodies and
skillful orchestral arrangements.
Septicflesh comment: “We now present our second video clip since our founding. The first was ‘The Eldest Cosmonaut’ from the album ‘A Fallen Temple’. This time we chose the song ‘Prometheus’ from our latest album ‘Titan’. The storyline revolves around the theme of transformation and crossing the thin line between predator and prey. It is something that literally delivers food for thought. Provoking, disturbing, resisting, surviving the ordeal… ”
31 Mar 15 Paris (FR) Trabendo (+Moonspell)
01 Apr 15 Esch sur Alzette (LU) Kulturafabrik (+Moonspell)
02 Apr 15 Oslo (NO) Rockefeller (Inferno Festival)
03 Apr 15 Pretoria (ZA) Witch Fest
20 Jun 15 Dessel (BE) Graspop Metal Meeting (exact date tbc)
1. War in Heaven
Fotis Benardo – drums & percussion