Released in a digipak.
'Septicflesh' are present their classic "Revolution DNA" album again. The album was originally released in 1999 and is the fifth work of the technical death / gothic metal band, and it is now equipped with a new artwork and some bonus material.
Tracklist - Revolution DNA
- 4.Little music box
- 6.Nephilim sons
- 9.Last stop to nowhere
- 10.Dictatorship of the mediocre
- 12.Arctic circle
- 13.Age of new messiahs
- 14.Misery's king [bonus track]
- 15.The thief of innocence [bonus track]
- 16.Telescope [bonus french version]
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Greek symphonic death metal band from Athens, Septicflesh released their fifth studio album Revolution DNA.
This album has a haunting and almost progressive atmosphere that sucks you in right from the start and never lets you go. It's the kind of album where it's tough to pick any highlights or weaker tracks. The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.
Thisrecord never gets boring over a running time of one hour or even seventy-three minutes if you have the limited reissue.
Revolution DNA is the crossing of the threshold into new unexplored territory, and unlike many bands who have attempted the same feat, they have succeeded in creating something immense.
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