Greek metal maestros SEPTICFLESH land the #3 spot on Loudwire’s “Top 20 Metal Albums of 2014” list with their Prosthetic debut “Titan”, which they say features “some of the most evil guttural vocals ever put to tape, a hair-raisingly creepy children’s choir, cinematic themes and a level of sophistication above any symphonic death metal act.”
SEPTICFLESH recently amicably parted ways with drummer Fotis Bernardo and have just announced the addition of Kerim “Krimh” Lechner (ex-Decapitated, ex-Behemoth). The band says, “We are excited to start this new chapter with Kerim and looking forward to getting back on the road.” Lechner added, “I feel very honored to join such a great band. SEPTICFLESH‘s music is outstanding and unique. It is melodic and heavy but with groove. Exactly how I like it! I can’t wait to start a new chapter and see everyone on the road!”
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