Category: Septicflesh

Septicflesh – Titan


Titan is symphonic metal band Septicflesh’s ninth full-length album that continues with the brutal symphonic death metal assault of its predecessors. It is more of the same epic-ness from Septicflesh and shares the same pros and cons as before. War in Heaven opens the album with an epic metal track with plenty of orchestration augmenting the grandiose feel of the album. (more…)

Septicflesh – Communion

I definitely do not consider myself a metalhead, but this is one of the most brutal metals albums I listen to from time to time. Greece’s Septicflesh plays a very epic, brutal form of symphonic death metal. Their Communion album is focused around Hellenic, Egyptian, and Sumerian mythology and much of the music makes you feel like you are part of Alexander the Great’s army conquering Persia. The music is appropriate for the movie 300 which is based on events just fifty years or so before Alexander the Great’s conquest (more…)

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