Septicflesh are progressing at fast pace in the making of their next full-length, which is tentatively due in the first half of 2017 The Greek demons are currently announcing to record once again with the Filmharmonic Orchestra of Prague on the 18th and 19th of December. Guitarist and award winning classical composer Christos Antoniou has already successfully collaborated with the Czech orchestra for the acclaimed previous Septicflesh masterpieces ‘Communion’ (2008), ‘The Great Mass’ (2011), and ‘Titan’ (2014).

Septicflesh have previously revealed that the work on their next album is already in full swing. The band stated: “We are proud to announce that Septicflesh are in the middle of the writing process for the follow up to our latest  album ‘Titan’. We will work with Swedish producer Jens Bogren at Fascination Street studios. Our new drummer Krimh will be appearing for the first time on a full recording. We can promise you a dark opus that will add new dimensions to the sound of Septicflesh.”

You can expect a grandiose album that is targeted for release in early 2017. More news coming soon.