Septicflesh - Revolution DNA

7.8 | 199 votes |
Release date: 1999
Style: Atmospheric death metal


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01. Science
02. Chaostar
03. Radioactive
04. Little Music Box
05. Revolution
06. Nephilim Sons
07. DNA
08. Telescope
09. Last Stop To Nowhere
10. Dictatorship Of The Mediocre
11. Android
12. Arctic Circle
13. Age Of A New Messiahs
14. Misery's King [Re-release bonus]
15. The Thief Of Innocence [Re-release bonus]
16. Telescope [French version] [Re-release bonus]
17. Woman Of The Rings [Remastered] [Japanese bonus]
18. The Eldest Cosmonaut [Video remix] [Japanese bonus]

Spiros Antoniou - vocals, bass
Sotiris Vayenas - vocals, guitars
Christos "Chris" Antoniou - guitars, samplers
Akis Kapranos - drums

Additional info
Started on 12 July '99 in Fredman Studio (Sweden).
Sound engineer: Fredrik Nordström.
Produced by Fredrik Nordström and Septicflesh.
Mastered at The Mastering Room (Sweden).
Executive producer: Holy Records.
All artwork and layout by Adrien Bousson at Season of Mist's graphic desk.
Samples courtesy of Spectrasonics "Distored Reality".

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05.08.2016 - 16:46
Rating: 9
Metal Addict
Finally got a limited edition vinyl re-release of this album, and, after listening to it, I can say I forgot what a jewel it is! Yes, it is the most melodic and experimental Septicflesh record, which might not please every fan of the band. Still, in my opinion, Revolution DNA is an album without weak tracks. Beginning with Science and ending with Age Of New Messiahs, it takes you for one emotional ride with touching guitar melodies, hard riffs and vocal interchanges of Sotiris and Seth.
Favourite tracks: Science, Little Music Box, Nephilim Sons, DNA, Telescope, Last Stop to Nowhere, Android.
"And we are not who we think we are
We are who we're afraid to be"
- Lux Occulta "The Opening of Eleventh Sephirah"
15.12.2016 - 21:51
Rating: 8
Weird album. Definitely different for SF. Probably gets a higher rating if it's released by an industrial band.
Follow your heart, not trends.
08.07.2017 - 01:39
Rating: 7
High Fist Prog
Sounds like Sumerian Daemons, but more gothic and...weaker.
04.07.2019 - 10:18
Rating: 7
It's a good album, but it doesn't have the dark atmosphere that Sumerian Daemons and onward have.
Oh Glorious Metal

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