Septicflesh returns with new single inspired from Vlad the Impaler history

On the verge of launching their new album, the Greek band Septicflesh comes back to Romania for an exclusive show to take place on Saturday, May 24 in Rockstadt Club in Brasov. The invitation is not random. One of the best received bands of Rockstadt Extreme Fest 2013, Septicflesh came back with a new single, Order of Dracula, inspired from Vlad Tepes’ history, an excellent moment to hold a concert in the Transylvanian region.
Named Titan, the new Septicflesh album includes ten songs recorded in Devasoundz studio in Athens, Greece, and composed along the Philharmonic Orchestra of Prague. The album is mixed and mastered by Logan Mader (Gojira, Fear Factory, Cavalera Conspiracy). “We are exhausted by proud of our result. We have worked hard with Logan to provide you the complete death metal soundtrack. The songs are progressive and emotional, and the sound is aggressive and powerful. We have reached a new level of the extreme music.”
Created in 1990, Septicflesh is currently the major metal group in Greece and one of the most appreciated bands on the metal stage in Romania. With eight studio albums released by now, Septicflesh have reinvented the musical concept once with the release of their album Communion (2008), a musical journey that continued then with The Great Mass (2011), believed to be the top of symbiosis between death metal and symphonic arrangements, musical parts created together with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Prague.
The Septicflesh concert at Club Rockstadt is part of a series of warm-up events for the Rockstadt Extreme Fest 2014, an event to take place in August between 14 and 16, in Rasnov. The tickets cost RON 50 till May 23 and RON 65 for the tickets purchased in the day of the concert which you will find only at the club.
Tickets are available in the network (and, at Rockstadt Club and in the network of the Uman shops all over the country.

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