Septicflesh - Streaming New Album In Full


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.

After listening to Titan, tell us what you think about it. Are you pleased with the end result?





Tracks:

01. War In Heaven
02. Burn
03. Order Of Dracul
04. Prototype
05. Dogma
06. Prometheus
07. Titan
08. Confessions Of A Serial Killer
09. Ground Zero
10. The First Immortal

[Huge thanks to garmling!]


Source: facebook.com
Band profile: Septicflesh
 
Posted: 10.06.2014 by BloodTears


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13.06.2014 - 20:53
LeKiwi
High Fist Prog
Written by Guest on 13.06.2014 at 20:25

If you're judging an album after a single listening, then you're definitely missing a lot! but that's your problem...the point is, the best albums are not always easy to "digest"...they need time to grow on you! And saying that "The Great Mass" is a bunch of identical tracks is just insulting for the brain! Now go ahead and listen to "Therianthropy" and after that "Mad Architect" and than tell me that those are almost the same songs...please, do not write such bullshit!

Up until this point, my some of my favourite albums have been those that required only one listen to fully appreciate and they are indeed complex albums: Dissona's self-titled, Omb's Swinesong, Leprous' Bilateral...some people are able to judge an album from one listen. Perhaps not identical, but there were hardly any moments worthy of mention in the entire album. "Therianthropy" is probably the worst track I've ever heard from Septicflesh, so it doesn't matter if it's one that stands out in the album. "Oceans Of Grey" was the one track that matched the glory of Communion.
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14.06.2014 - 14:33
garmling
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Written by LeKiwi on 13.06.2014 at 20:53

Written by Guest on 13.06.2014 at 20:25

If you're judging an album after a single listening, then you're definitely missing a lot! but that's your problem...the point is, the best albums are not always easy to "digest"...they need time to grow on you! And saying that "The Great Mass" is a bunch of identical tracks is just insulting for the brain! Now go ahead and listen to "Therianthropy" and after that "Mad Architect" and than tell me that those are almost the same songs...please, do not write such bullshit!

Up until this point, my some of my favourite albums have been those that required only one listen to fully appreciate and they are indeed complex albums: Dissona's self-titled, Omb's Swinesong, Leprous' Bilateral...some people are able to judge an album from one listen. Perhaps not identical, but there were hardly any moments worthy of mention in the entire album. "Therianthropy" is probably the worst track I've ever heard from Septicflesh, so it doesn't matter if it's one that stands out in the album. "Oceans Of Grey" was the one track that matched the glory of Communion.


Only for you my friend...for example, "The Great Mass" amazed me after first listen, while I almost hated "Titan" after first listen, but then, after a few listens (10 I guess) it suddenly clicked and now I like it even more then "The Great Mass".....Yeah I know some albums can be good from the start (even complex ones), but some need time to enter you ears in a right way... Never judge an album (especially from such good band like Septicflesh) after first few listening attempts, give it more time, it can surprise you! Happens to me all the time....this is the second time this year, the first was with new Behemoth which I didn't like after first listen, but now it fucking slays imo!
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14.06.2014 - 18:18
s_t_s
Written by Guest on 14.06.2014 at 14:33

Only for you my friend...for example, "The Great Mass" amazed me after first listen, while I almost hated "Titan" after first listen, but then, after a few listens (10 I guess) it suddenly clicked and now I like it even more then "The Great Mass".....Yeah I know some albums can be good from the start (even complex ones), but some need time to enter you ears in a right way... Never judge an album (especially from such good band like Septicflesh) after first few listening attempts, give it more time, it can surprise you! Happens to me all the time....this is the second time this year, the first was with new Behemoth which I didn't like after first listen, but now it fucking slays imo!


Guess I've been listening to the whole album 3 time at least by now and it's growing fast ! Unlike some of you I like the clean vocals of Sotiris and "Burn" or "The first immortal" shows that his singing is (and has long time been) a part of Septicflesh. I also love the orchestra part which seem to be much more complex than in The Great Mass. Take any track and you will be amazed to spot the many changes !

About septicflesh : I love this band since the 90s and they have never disappointed me. Maybe I would say that their next album should maybe take some distance with the 3 last because then it would be very hard for them to create something not heard before.

Regarding "love at the first spin" : I agree and disagree. There are some albums I've loved from the very start like "Mechanize" by Fear Factory or "Ylem" by Dark Fortress (among the most recent) while some others really needed time like "Construct" by Dark Tranquillity or "Die Without Hope" by Carnifex. It doesn't mean that easily loved albums are not complex, guess it depends on the people out there (oh and "The Satanist" by Behemoth which disappointed me at first and now sounds almost flawless !)
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16.06.2014 - 02:56
LeKiwi
High Fist Prog
Written by s_t_s on 14.06.2014 at 18:18

Guess I've been listening to the whole album 3 time at least by now and it's growing fast ! Unlike some of you I like the clean vocals of Sotiris and "Burn" or "The first immortal" shows that his singing is (and has long time been) a part of Septicflesh.

There's significant gap in performance from his vocals on this album to Communion...just listen to these tracks and tell me that it's of the same quality...



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16.06.2014 - 15:43
s_t_s
Written by LeKiwi on 16.06.2014 at 02:56

Written by s_t_s on 14.06.2014 at 18:18

Guess I've been listening to the whole album 3 time at least by now and it's growing fast ! Unlike some of you I like the clean vocals of Sotiris and "Burn" or "The first immortal" shows that his singing is (and has long time been) a part of Septicflesh.

There's significant gap in performance from his vocals on this album to Communion...just listen to these tracks and tell me that it's of the same quality...

[videos]


Don't need to watch these videos, I know these tracks. You cannot say the performane is of a lower quality but surely he doesn't sing the same way. You could also point out that any time Sotiris sings in this album, it tends to sound differently (for instance see how he sings in The First Immortal).

Good thing tho is that he doesn't sing too often, then I agree that it would tend to get boring
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18.06.2014 - 16:00
metalgemini
The problem of Big bands...is when they want to change the direction, in Septicflesh case is the overused of the orchestra on the postproduction...overall was bit of let down...:-[
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