Update from Greek demons SEPTICFLESH, yesterday (March 17th)in Europe. The album will be available in North America on March 25th.
?s Roy Kristensen got in touch with Sotiris V to find out the secrets behind the new album. The following is an excerpt from the interview:
Q: I guess that most people, at least those who are not new to the metal scene the last year, know about Septicflesh. And it?
?s been quite a journey throughout all these years. You?
?ve searched different journey, not all equally successful. So, how do you view Septiflesh?
? past, thinking of your music from the beginning up til today? (PS; you don?
?t have to make a book out of this reply, but it would surely be interesting to learn in short your views on the various albums)
?I feel proud for the course of Septicflesh on the realm of extreme music. With each album we evolved our sound, pushing our boundaries further while keeping our basic identity intact. Of course, it is understandable that some prefer some stuff better than other. For example, people that are more into brutal death metal prefer albums as Sumerian Daemons. At the same time there are people that feel more intense emotions by listening to a more melodic album as Revolution Dna. As time passes we feel more confident on our song writing and try to focus on what we do best, keeping the songs more to the point. Also from Revolution Dna and after that, the production is stronger giving the last three albums an advance in comparison with the older releases.
Read the full interview atImhotep.
Meanwhile, Imhotep's MySpace has been updated to stream the SepticFlesh track 'Anubis'. Check it out at this location.