Septicflesh post new song
2014-05-29 by Voivod STAFF | 18 Comments
Greek symphonic death metal band Septicflesh have posted a new song at the official YouTube channel of Prosthetic Records.

The new song, titled "Prototype", is part of the upcoming Septicflesh album Titan, which is due on June 23.

You can check the new song right here:

Tagged: Septicflesh

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Confucius
May 29th 2014
185 Comments


Song sucks. Mystic Places of Dawn was better.

R6Rider
May 29th 2014
4679 Comments


Album is gonna suck unfortunately.

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BigPleb
May 29th 2014
36979 Comments


Every song released for this has been dull.

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R6Rider
May 29th 2014
4679 Comments


Yeah, it's like they didn't even try.

Sabrutin
May 29th 2014
921 Comments


Better than the first two songs, but I haven't high expectations for the album.

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Willie
Moderator
May 29th 2014
16049 Comments


This album is a bit dull compared to the previous one. They tried to push the symphonic stuff further and kind of lost something in the process.

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Sabrutin
May 29th 2014
921 Comments


They should seriously think on adding more clean singing, because the clean singer has a damn good voice. Just think of the chorus from Anubis or Last Stop to Nowhere.

Makemebad35
May 29th 2014
754 Comments


Man, yeah this is sounding just meh. I liked the 1st song they released for this album. It's a shame because I really liked the last album. I'll still give this a chance though.

Willie
Moderator
May 29th 2014
16049 Comments


It's a good album. Overall, if you liked the last one you'll like this one about the same.

titanslayer
May 29th 2014
1896 Comments


Easily the best song they've released so far

emester
May 30th 2014
3903 Comments


huge step down from communion. fuck I was excited for this...

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Emyay
May 30th 2014
5964 Comments


SANGREEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAL

Sabrutin
May 30th 2014
921 Comments


HOW REAL

Metalstyles
Staff Reviewer
May 31st 2014
8371 Comments


@Willie
If I've found all the pre-released songs dull and thoroughly unexciting, is there any point in me checking out the whole thing? Is the rest considerably better, or about the same as the songs already released?

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
May 31st 2014
6195 Comments


^^^I'm wondering about that too.

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TheNotrap
May 31st 2014
8108 Comments


3/5


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R6Rider
June 1st 2014
4679 Comments


yup^

It's a good album. Overall, if you liked the last one you'll like this one about the same.

I doubt it.

LifeFeedsOnLife
June 8th 2014
105 Comments


They should honestly just cut the damn orchestra out of this album.. Sounds like it's going to be mediocre at best.

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