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Septic Flesh were a gothic-influenced death metal band from Athens, Greece with dark and macabre synth atmospherics very similar to famed countrymates Rotting Christ.

Formed in 1990, the line-up stayed fairly stable over the years except on albums The Ophidian Wheel (1997) and A Fallen Temple (1998), which featured a leading female vocalist, Natalie Rassoulis.

Their music combined hyper-fast technical death metal, melodic death metal, gothic metal, and industrial metal, a concoction that made them one of the most acclaimed yet still relatively unknown bands of the extreme metal category.

After nearly 14 years as a band, Septic Flesh split up in October 2003. TheDevilWorx would be formed a year later by some former members. Chaostar was created in 1998, by the band's guitarist, Chris Antoniou, in which he continued to play after Septic Flesh disbanded.

Line-up

  • Sotiris Vayenas - guitar (1990-2003)
  • Spiros "Seth" Antoniou - vocals, bass (1990-2003)
  • Christos Antoniou - guitars, samplers (1990-2003)
  • Fotis Giannakopoulos - drums (2003)
  • Babis "Bob" Katsionis - keyboards (2003)

Guest members

  • Natalie Rassoulis - soprano vocals (1997-1998)

Former members

  • Akis Kapranos - drums (1999-2003)
  • George Zaharopoulos - keyboards (2001-2003)

Discography

  • Temple of the Lost Race (1991)
  • Mystic Places of Dawn (1994)
  • Esoptron (1995)
  • The Ophidian Wheel (1997)
  • A Fallen Temple (1998)
  • The Eldest Cosmonaut (1998)
  • Forgotten Paths (1999)
  • Revolution DNA (1999)
  • Sumerian Daemons (2003)

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