Greek symphonic death metallers Septicflesh gave a show on October 9 in Kyiv. The performance took place in support of the band’s latest critically acclaimed album "Codex Omega", and 4 years after its last visit to Ukraine.
The band’s set featured 5 songs from its 10th record, including "Dante's Inferno", "Dark Art", "Enemy of Truth", "Portrait of a Headless Man" and, judging on the reaction of the audience, one of the most favorite songs from the album — "Martyr". Naturally, the group did not ignore the insistent demands of the crowd, playing old classics like "Anubis", "Pyramid God" and "The Vampire from Nazareth".
One of things, which made a good impression about the gig, was a good quality of sound and light show at the concert — which is not a common thing for the venue where the event took place. As the promoters later said, both the light and the sound equipment weren’t provided by the local club, but by the band and the organizers.
After the gig in Kyiv, Septicflesh played a few shows in Minsk and several cities of Russia. In the immediate plans of the band are 2 performances in Yekaterinburg and Samara.
Septicflesh's set list:
- Portrait of a Headless Man
- Pyramid god
- Enemy of truth
- The Vampire from Nazareth
- Lovecraft's death
- Dante's inferno
- Dark art
Photos by Mila Immortality
Text by Anastezia G.
Noizr thanks VA Concerts for the accreditation