In March 2007, guitarist Sotiris Vayenas revealed his plans for a new solo project called Aenaos. On February 19, 2007, Septic Flesh announced a reunion for Greece's Metal Healing Festival featuring Orphaned Land, Rage and Aborted, set to take place July 20–22. On April 3, 2007, Blabbermouth.net reported the band reunited for a seventh full-length CD, for French record label Season of Mist. According to guitarist and composer Christos Antoniou, the release would feature a full orchestra and a choir, totalling 80 musicians and 32 singers. Septic Flesh finalized the new album, Communion, in Studio Fredman in Sweden; it was released in April 2008.
By this time the band had changed its name from Septic Flesh to Septicflesh. According to guitarist Christos it looks better and states a new phase in the band. On September 10, 2009, the band announced that they had begun work on a new studio album, tentatively planned for release in the beginning of 2011. On December 17, 2010, the band released the first single from the new batch of material titled "The Vampire From Nazareth" and announced that the new album will ship April 28 in the UK, and April 29 In the USA. On February 12, 2014, the band released details about their new album entitled 'Titan'.
The album was released on the 20th of June 2014 to mostly positive reviews. Discography: Forgotten Path (1991, Demo Tape) Temple Of Lost Race (1991, LP) Mystic Places of Dawn (1994, CD/Pic-LP on Holy Rec.) Esoptron (1995, CD on Holy Rec.) Ophidian Wheel (1997, CD on Holy Rec.) A Fallen Temple (1998, CD on Holy Rec.) Forgotten Paths (The Early Days) (1999, Compilation on Black Lotus Rec.) Revolution DNA (1999, CD on Holy Rec.) Sumerian Demons (2003, CD on Hammerheart Rec.) Communion (2008, CD on Season Of Mist Rec.) The Vampire from Nazareth (2010, Single on Season Of Mist Rec.) The Great Mass (2011, CD on Season Of Mist Rec.) - Spiros Antoniou Bass, Vocals (harsh) (1990-2003, 2007-present) See also: ex-Chaostar, ex-Thou Art Lord, ex-Obsecration (live) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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