11:53 - Overrwatcher If it is consensual and the face-in-crotch woman agreed to it, cool. Otherwise, not cool. I don't trust comments with no accounts, I could have claimed to be her and nobody would know the difference.
11:15 - M C Vice Some of the comments seem to be implying the audience groping was part of the act.
10:40 - Overrwatcher You're entering a BLACK METAL concert. It's not going to be a joy ride. She should have just left if she was unhappy about the blood. I'm PC as fuck but the entire world isn't a safe space.
10:36 - Overrwatcher About that article: The actual theatrics sounded cool, the face-in-crotch is what the fuck and completely uncalled for. Blood is metal as fuck. Sexual assault not so much.
09:34 - ScreamingSteelUS I thought of that, too. The answer is no, because getting offended is stupid, but you're welcome to scoff at the ignorance with me.
After a few months without news, symphonic tyrants Septicflesh announce today that their new album is in the works. In fact, the follow-up to Titan (2014) is coming out early next year via Season of Mist in Europe and Prosthetic Records in North America. Now fans can start anticipating their next release.
Currently sharing a European tour with Portuguese metallers Moonspell, the Greeks Septicflesh have just released a new video today. You can watch here their gruesome new music video for "Prometheus", a track taken from their latest record Titan (2014). The storyline revolves around the theme of transformation and crossing the thin line between predator and prey. Curiously enough, this is only the symphonic metallers second video clip since their formation (the first being "The Eldest Cosmonaut" from the A Fallen Temple album).
As they are about to release their new album Extinct, gothic metallers Moonspell have now announced that they will be touring in the United States, Canada and Mexico in support of the record in April and May. Joining them on this trek are Septicflesh (who are also touring with the Portuguese band in Europe) and the Swedes Deathstars. See the dates below if you want to check out this tour.
Greek symphonic metallers Septicflesh have announced their new drummer. Following Fotis Benardo's departure earlier this month, the group now confirms Kerim "Krimh" Lechner (ex-Decapitated, ex-Behemoth live musician) as the new man on the drums. Check out the official statements of the band and Kerim below.
Greek symphonic metal horde Septicflesh just announced that they have parted ways with drummer Fotis Benardo. No reason was given for his departure even though they announced that Namtar from Carach Angren will be behind the drum kit on their show in Cyprus this December. Fotis was in the band for a few years and now leaves unexpectedly.
Amidst the recordings of their new albumExtinct, Moonspell have more big news to share with their European fans. The band will be touring with Greeks Septicflesh next year. This trek will happen around the time the Portuguese band plans to release their new album, in March. Do you think it's a good combination for a tour? Moonspell will headline the shows.
Now that their new album Titan is about to be released, Septicflesh offer you an exclusive piece of the output's deluxe version, which features five orchestra-only tracks that mash up various pieces of Titan. Take a listen to the never-before-heard orchestral version of "Dogma Of Prometheus," recorded with the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir right now. Enjoy!
Today is your lucky day, Septicflesh fans. Why? Because the Greek's new album Titan is currently available to stream online and in its entirety right now. While the album's official release only happens on June 24th in North America via Prosthetic Records and June 20th in Europe on Season Of Mist, you can hear it all now. Don't miss out on the opportunity to listen to the album here or over here, among other options.
Greek demons Septicflesh are preparing to release their long-awaited new album Titan on June 24th in North America via Prosthetic Records and June 20th in Europe on Season Of Mist. To whet your appetite even more, the band has released not only a brand new making of video of the album but also another new song called "Prototype" which you can check out below. So what do you think, does this make you more excited for the new album?
After announcing North American tour dates with Fleshgod Apocalypse earlier, Septicflesh also decided to premiere a brand new track today. The second song revealed so far is called "Burn." What are you waiting for? Prepare your ears and click play on the YouTube clip below to hear it.
The day Septicflesh fans have been waiting for finally arrived. Today you get to hear new material from the band's new album Titan. After three years since the last album The Great Mass, the first new song the band unveils is called "Order Of Dracul". Go ahead and satisfy your curiosity. How is this new single sounding to you? Does it raise your expectations for the rest of the album?
Septicflesh really know how to tease. As previously announced, the Greeks have completed the recordings of their upcoming full-length. Today the band reveals the album title. It will be called Titan and consist of 10 songs. The band filmed the whole recording process of the album and are now presenting the first episode. Check out the Prague Filmharmonic Orchestra and Choir sessions through the video below while you wait for Titan.
If you have been eagerly waiting for a new Septicflesh release, the band is getting there. The Greek symphonic metallers have finished recording their new, as-yet-untitled full-length album. The new album will consist 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 producer Logan Mader (Gojira, Fear Factory, Cavalera Conspiracy). The plan is to release it this summer.
While their fans are eagerly awaiting their new album, Greek extreme symphonic metal band Septicflesh has revealed today the brand new cover and the tracklist of their upcoming reissue of 1998's A Fallen Temple. The cover was designed by Seth Siro Anton and the album will be released on January 17th (January 21st in North America) via Season Of Mist. This remastered re-release includes four rare bonus tracks.
2014 is shaping up to be a killer year for international bands touring Australia, with this tour being one of the most anticipated yet. Greeks Septicflesh and Italians Fleshgod Apocalypse, two of Europe's symphonic metal heavyweights, will grace Australian shores in May, 2014 together for the first time.