Former SEPTIC FLESH Bassist/Vocalist Talks About THE DEVILWORX

THE DEVILWORX, the new band formed out of the ashes of Greek "dark gothic metallers" SEPTIC FLESH, have posted two demo tracks at their official web site. Check out the songs "Wrath" and "Sloth" at this location.

In a recent interview with Chronicles of Chaos, Spiros Antoniou (ex-SEPTIC FLESH bassist/vocalist) explained how the idea for THE DEVILWORX came about.

"We officially got together after SEPTIC FLESH had split up, and I think even more than with SEPTIC FLESH, the goal was really to do something unique and extraordinary," he said. "The band is made up of myself on bass and vocals, Chris Antoniou (also of SEPTIC FLESH) on guitars and synths and then Fotis, who played with SEPTIC FLESH on their European tour in 2002, on drums. So far we have recorded four tracks in our home studio, two which have since been posted on our web site."

Regarding what can we expect from The DEVILWORX in the near future, Spiros said, "We are working very hard in creating more new material. Chris has signed a contract with Digi-Guys, a 3D company of the famous Pinewood Studios, where some of the scenes in films like 'Alexander the Great' and 'Tomb Raider' were shot, and they basically commissioned him to compose the music for the video game 'Wardevil', which will be released for the XBox console sometime this year. So right now, Chris is busy negotiating with them to add a DEVILWORX song to the game's soundtrack. He is also composing the soundtrack for a 3D animation movie, although I can't really say too much about that. The music of both projects will be possibly recorded in cooperation with the Symphonic Film Orchestra of Moscow, who also performed the music for the movie 'Hellraiser IV'. Other than that, we are looking to get a contract settled with a decent label, and hopefully release an album shortly thereafter."

Read the entire interview at Chronicles of Chaos.


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