Septicflesh Announces North American Co-Headline Tour with Dark Funeral, Support from Thy Antichrist

Greek orchestral death metallers, Septicflesh, released their 10th studio album, Codex Omega, on September 1st via Prosthetic Records. Next February and March, the band will bring their latest auditory onslaught on the road. The band has announce their upcoming North American co-headline tour with Swedish black metal legends Dark Funeral. Support will come from Thy Antichrist. Dates are set to be announced soon, so stay tuned.

The band says, “We’re returning to North America in Feb / March 2018 to support our new album Codex Omega, and with us, Swedish lords of the black Dark Funeral will co-bill the event to make it one of the most memorable packages to hit North America in very long time. Also also supporting the tour is Colombian/Texan black metal outfit Thy Antichrist… are you mortals ready? Dates coming soon…”

Codex Omega is available as a 2CD set, on purple wax vinyl as well as a US indie retail store exclusive on white wax vinyl, and on all digital outlets. Orders can be made at this location.

Codex Omega was produced by Jens Bogren (Opeth, Dimmu Borgir) and features 10 tracks of their trademark blend of mystical atmosphere, relentless death guitar riffing and pale melodies. Lyrically and musically, Codex Omega is by far the most infernal release from Septicflesh to date. As a bonus, the CD and vinyl LP will come with an extra disc comprised of three orchestral tracks, once again featuring the Filmharmonic Orchestra of Prague.

Codex Omega official tracklisting:

Disc One:

“Dante’s Inferno”
“3rd Testament (Codex Omega)”
“Portrait Of A Headless Man”
“Martyr”
“Enemy Of Truth”
“Dark Art”
“Our Church, Below The Sea”
“Faceless Queen”
“The Gospels Of Fear”
“Trinity”

Disc Two:

“Martyr Of Truth”
“Dark Testament”
“Portrait Of A Headless Man” (Orchestral Version)

“Portrait of a Headless Man” video:

 

Suicide Silence announce new EP, ‘Sacred Words’.

Extreme metalcore merchants Suicide Silence will release a digital-only EP,Sacred Words, October 23 via Nuclear Blast Entertainment.

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Extreme metalcore merchants Suicide Silence will release a digital-only EP,Sacred Words, October 23 via Nuclear Blast Entertainment. The effort contains a new single, two other unreleased tracks and three live recordings.

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Track listing:

1. Sacred Words
2. Inherit The Crown (live)
3. Cease To Exist (live)
4. Sacred Words (live)
5. Sacred Words (We Are Strong Remix)
6. Sacred Words (instrumental)

Todd Owens chats with Christos Antoniou of Septic Flesh in Oakland, California

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Todd Owens chats with Christos Antoniou of Septic Flesh 10/23/14 @ Oakland Metro – Oakland, California also on the line up were Abysmal Dawn, Carach Angren, Inquisition & Deicide

New Deicide Video Interview In Oakland And Performance Footage In San Francisco

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Jon Rexius chats with Steve Asheim of Deicide 10/23/14 @ Oakland Metro – Oakland, California also on the line up were Abysmal Dawn, Carach Angren, Inquisition & Septic Flesh

Deicide perform live 10/18/13 @ DNA Lounge – San Francisco, California 10/18/13 also on the bill were Broken Hope, Disgorge & Necronomicon

SEPTICFLESH ANNOUNCES NORTH AMERICAN TOUR WITH FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE‏

SEPTICFLESH ANNOUNCES NORTH AMERICAN TOUR WITH FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE‏

Two titans of symphonic death metal will join forces this summer for the most momentous event of the season: the Conquerors of the World festival tour! Co-headliners SEPTICFLESH (Greece) and Fleshgod Apocalypse (Italy) will join brutal death metallers Hour of Penance (Italy) and Canadian occultists Necronomicon for an international-flavored bill of musical extremism.

“We are thrilled to announce that we will be returning to North America with our blood brothers in Fleshgod Apocalypse, Hour of Penance and Necronomicon,” comments SEPTICFLESH. “This promises to be a night in darkness to be remembered as we prepare to unleash our colossal new album ‘Titan.'”

“We are proud to announce that this summer, we’ll be your guests for the Conquerors of the World North American tour,” adds Fleshgod Apocalypse. “Once again, we’ll be joining forces with Greek symphonic metal legends SEPTICFLESH. This will be a year after the outstanding experience that brought us across Europe in 2013 together, and will be just after our Australian run with them in May. As co-headliners, we will present a huge one-hour set list — the longest one we’ve ever played in your countries! We’ll be sharing the stage with our Italian brothers Hour of Penance and Necronomicon as well. The apocalypse is set for the end of June, so don’t miss it!”

Tour dates will be announced shortly, so stay tuned!

Still riding high from the success of their critically acclaimed 2011 album “The Great Mass,” Hellenic metallers SEPTICFLESH will release their new full-length album, “Titan,” on June 24 via Prosthetic Records in North America. The new CD consists of 10 songs that were recorded once again at Devasoundz Studios in Athens, Greece and in the Czech Republic with the collaboration of the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra And Choir. From there, the album was mixed and mastered in Los Angeles by acclaimed producer Logan Mader (Gojira, Fear Factory, Cavalera Conspiracy). Fans can pre-order the album here.

Fleshgod Apocalypse released their latest record, Labyrinth, this past August via Nuclear Blast Records. The album was produced, mixed and mastered by Stefano Morabito at 16th Cellar Studio and hones in on the band’s unique traits, giving fans everything they could hope for and more. Colin Marks (Origin, Kataklysm) created the cover artwork, as well as several pieces for a massive inlay. “The concept of this album is based on the myth of the Labyrinth of Knossos and every character related to it,” stated vocalist/guitarist Tommaso Riccardi recently. “We focused on the philological aspect in order to represent all the elements of the classic world and, through manic and meticulous research, managed to create a metaphor with our times, as the maze can be associated with the endless search for what we really are.”