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20:00 Septicflesh (Greece)
Greek symphonic death metal band Septicflesh formed in 1990. Led by Sortiris Vayenas (guitar), Spiros Antoniou (bass and vocals), and Christos Antoniou (guitars), the band quickly released a debut EP, Temple of the Lost Race, in 1991. Their first official full-length, Mystic Places of Dawn, followed in 1994. From there the band released a handful of albums, notably taking on a female soprano vocalist (Natalie Rassoulis) for the recording of 1997's Ophidian Wheel and 1998's A Fallen Temple. In 1999, the band was able to snag the services of legendary producer Fredrik Nordström (Opeth, At the Gates) for that year's Revolution DNA. With a number of albums receiving positive response and a handful of successful tours, Septicflesh soon signed to Hammerheart, which released their next album, Sumerian Daemons, in 2003. CommunionBut, although the band's star was on the rise, things were not what they seemed, and Septicflesh decided to call it a day later that year. Christos went off to focus on work with Chaostar, late-arriving keyboardist Bob Katsionis worked with Nightfall, and Sortiris started a solo project under the moniker Aenaos. But, as with most bands, a little time and space were all that was needed, and in 2007 Septicflesh announced a reunion appearance at that year's Metal Healing Festival in their native Greece. The band soon signed a new deal with French label Season of Mist, and released its seventh album, Communion, in 2008. The new-look Septicflesh, rounded out by Fotis Benardo on drums, also featured an 80-musician/32-vocalist orchestra and choir. The Great Mass (2011) and Titan (2014) were similarly ambitious affairs that utilized the talents of the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra, and Codex Omega (2017), the band's tenth studio long-player, was produced by extreme metal specialist Jens Bogren (Opeth, Dimmu Borgir).
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