SEPTICFLESH To Perform With All Original Members At France's CHAULNES METAL FEST

Greek demons SEPTICFLESH will headline the Chaulnes Metal Fest in France on April 23. According to the group, "this show will be very special as all original members of the band will be on stage. That means that Sotiris Anunnaki V. (guitar, melodic vocals) will play in France for the first time in 12 years! The man's live appearances are very rare due to obligations in Greece and this will be one of the few exceptions to the rule. Be there for an exquisite mass."

Added Sotiris: "At last, after 12 long years of absence from the stages of France, I have the great pleasure to announce that I will soon come back for a special SEPTICFLESH headlining show on Chaulnes Metal Fest. So join me and the other SEPTICFLESH members, on Saturday, April 23rd for a mass of death where we will perform the new psalms, but also some favorite old material that was handpicked by our fans specifically for this occasion!"

SEPTICFLESH will release its new album, "The Great Mass", on April 18 in Europe (April 19 in North America) via Season Of Mist. The new opus will be made available in the following formats:

* CD + Blu-ray digipak
* Collector's book, including 2 CDs + Blu-ray
* 12" gatefold LP
* CD jewel case
* Digital download

The cover artwork of the album's jewel case edition, designed by Seth Siro Anton himself, can be viewed below.

"The Great Mass" track listing:

01. The Vampire From Nazareth
02. A Great Mass Of Death
03. Pyramid God
04. Five-Pointed Star
05. Oceans Of Grey
06. The Undead Keep Dreaming
07. Rising
08. Apocalypse
09. Mad Architect
10. Therianthropy

The main artwork for "The Great Mass" will appear on the limited digipak edition, the gatefold LP and the dust jacket of the collector's book.

A brand new song from SEPTICFLESH's forthcoming album, entitled "The Vampire From Nazareth", can be streamed below.

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