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Now that I officially have the disc in hand...
I'm even more impressed.
I became a recent Septic convert after the unbelievably awesome "Communion".
I have been pumped for "The Great Mass" since I heard it.
I've been listening to the first single "The Vampire From Nazareth" for months now and I love it.
I figured if that one song is any indication of what this album will sound like than not only will it be as good as "Communion" but it may even surpass it.
I was right.......and wrong.
"Vampire" has all the things that made "Communion" great but that one track was only a hint of the awesomeness that "Mass" throws at you.
I often get ripped for writing overly long album reviews with track by track breakdowns so I won't do it here.
My favorites here are...
"The Vampire From Nazareth".
"A Great Mass of Death"
Probably my favorite song at the moment..."Apocalypse"....simply amazing track.
"The Mad Architect"
"The Undead Keep Dreaming"........a really weird track but simply awesome in all its strangeness.
One of the album's curveball tracks that really work.
"Oceans of Gray".....so many layers.
Really there are no weak tracks.
There is a TON of variety.
From the sheer powerful beauty of "Rising".
To the thrashy feel of "Five Pointed Star".
And finally the one song that will make some fans a little uneasy is "Therianthropy".
This could very well be a break out song for Septic Flesh.
I dare say its radio friendly.......and the only radio friendly song on the album.
Well...about as radio friendly as Septic could be lol.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I actually think this album is brilliant and disappointing at the same time. Septic Flesh spared no expense in hiring Peter Tagtgren and the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra to craft... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Maura
This is a solid album by Septicflesh. It's got orchestration and everything. Definitely worth checking out. My favorite song off this album is "Pyramid God". Read morePublished 24 months ago by Spikedskull
Great album by a great band. Some parts are a little too slow for me but it's still great. I think they may have tried a little too hard with all of the orchestral elements. Read morePublished on July 28, 2014 by Craig Petersen
Their best album yet and can't wait for Titan this Summer! On this album they seemed to write more catchy songs instead of just cool forgetful compositions. Read morePublished on May 25, 2014 by ackbar
Simply an amazing album. I had heard a couple songs and was glad the entire album is filled with amazing songs.Published on March 24, 2014 by Greg
Pyramid God is, in my mind, the best track on the album. Though, if I had to pick a least favorite, I'm not sure I could. Read morePublished on January 13, 2014 by Bubbadabad