CD Review: Septicflesh– Mystic Places of Dawn

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April 19, 2013 by Dan Swinhoe

SOM 274 Septicflesh

After being together for over twenty years and releasing eight albums, Greek deathmetallers Septicflesh (previously Septic Flesh) have decided to go back to where it all started, re-releasing their 1994 debut album, Mystic Places of Dawn, combined with their first release, 1991′s Temple of the Lost Race EP.

While the band have moved on, Mystic Palaces… is still a cracking album. Rightly held up as a classic of 90s death metal, it’s mix of brutal riffing, doom and gothic keys all woven together with razor-sharp songwriting over Spiros “Seth” Antoniou’s growling vocal work.

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