Septicflesh

Septiclfesh were once thought dead and buried until 2007 bought them back to life and with a new vision. The Greek symphonic death metal band with a 100-member orchestra and choir crafted Communion, an album that flirts frivolously with Egyptian mythology but still clamp firmly down with the mandibles of darkness. Sangreal speaks volumes about Septicflesh, it is a 5-minute epic of captivating storytelling, non-guttural growls, memorable guitar assaults and headbanging moments, an inspiring drum performance with more double kicks than a martial arts contest and you finish, feeling fulfilled with the journey taken place. Surprisingly accessible but incredible all the same.

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