Septic Flesh / Titan
Album:Titan Collection:General
Artist:Septic Flesh Added:Jul 2014
Label:Prosthetic Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2014-07-25 Pull Date:2014-09-26 Charts:Loud
Week Ending:Sep 14Aug 17Aug 10Aug 3

Recent Airplay
1.Sep 11, 2014:Sounds of the Underworld
Confessions Fo A Serial Killer
4.Aug 05, 2014:Eclectic Erudition week 06 summer '14 My Dad's Records
bonus serial killer symphonic
2.Aug 14, 2014:Sounds of the Underworld
Prometheus, Dogma
5.Jul 31, 2014:Sounds of the Underworld
Confessions Fo A Serial Killer, Titan
3.Aug 07, 2014:Sounds of the Underworld
Confessions Fo A Serial Killer

Album Review
Dark Emperor
Reviewed 2014-07-18 
Years have passed since Septic Flesh made a ruckus back in their Holy Record's days. Evolving from an Atmospheric Doom Metal background to full-blown look-at-me Symphonic Death Metal, the band still manages to capture your attention with imposing songs. The deep growls of Spiros Antoniou is one of the main selling points of the band. With less technical skills than Fleshgod Apocalypse and not being as brutal and Death Metal proficient as MaYaN, they still have enough traction to command attention and respect.

1. (5:41) - Crushing and dramatic track. Perfect mixture of brutality and fancy instrumentation's. (4.5 out of 5).
2. (3:16) - Pummeling riffs and blistering drums... check. Very fun track. (4.5 out of 5).
3. (3:33) - Trippy tempo changes with classical string instruments and funky percussion's. Not your typical track but equally exciting. (5 out of 5).
4. (5:37) - Doomy/Moody passages with lush arrangements and creepy choirs. (5 out of 5).
5. (4:03) - Mellow headbaning opening section that leads to Dimmu Borgir-esque arrangements. (4.5 out of 5).
6. (6:35) - Super dramatic, reminds us of a heavier version of Therion with manly vocals. (5 out of 5).
7. (3:55) - Omen-esque arrangements make this song quite engaging. It also helps when the guitars are pretty standard (and well crafted) (5 out of 5).
8. (4:51) - Funky psychosexual song with brilliant melodic passages and hypnotic vocals, one of the best in this release. (5 out of 5).
9. (3:54) - Standard 'heavier' song that feels a bit disconnected an a filler piece. (2 out of 5).
10.(3:57) - Dark ambiance makes this haunting piece truly engaging and bone-chilling. (5 out of 5).

Recommended: All of them. But mostly 8, 7

NOTE: Second CD contains all the symphonic elements with no vocals or anything

Track Listing
1.War In Heaven 6.Prometheus
2.Burn 7.Titan
3.Order Of Dravul 8.Confessions Fo A Serial Killer
4.Prototype 9.Ground Zero
5.Dogma 10.The First Immortal