|Years active||1990–2003, 2007–present|
- 1 History
- 2 Personnel
- 3 Discography
- 4 Music Videos
- 5 References
- 6 External links
Founding, Mystic Places of Dawn (1994) and Esoptron (1995)
Septicflesh were formed in Athens in March 1990 by Sotiris Vayenas (guitar), Spiros Antoniou (bass and vocals), and Christos Antoniou (guitars). They released a debut EP, Temple of the Lost Race in December with Black Power Records , 1991. The band recorded their first full-length album, Mystic Places of Dawn, in April 1994 at the Storm studio with the co-production of Magus Wampyr Daoloth (who had been the keyboardist for Rotting Christ). released by Holy Records They started working on a new album for 1995 and named it Esoptron. It was produced by Septic Flesh and George Zacharopoulos, recorded and mixed at Storm Studios in March - April 1995, mastered by Sonic Contact (France), and released by Holy Records
The Ophidian Wheel (1997) and A Fallen Temple (1998)
The group split up in October 2003, and after the breakup, its members moved on to different or existing projects: Chris Antoniou continued involvement with Chaostar, which he formed in 1998, and Katsionis played guitar for Nightfall and keyboards for Firewind. TheDevilWorx formed a year after Septic Flesh's disbanding, and featured some members from Septic Flesh's original line-up. In March 2007, guitarist Sotiris Vayenas revealed his plans for a new solo project called Aenaos.
Signing with Season of Mist and Communion (2008)
On April 3, 2007, Blabbermouth.net reported the band reunited for a seventh full-length CD, for French record label Season of Mist. According to guitarist and composer Christos Antoniou, the release would feature a full orchestra and a choir, totalling 80 musicians and 32 singers. Septic Flesh finalized the new album, Communion, in Studio Fredman in Sweden; it was released in April 2008. By this time the band had changed its name from Septic Flesh to Septicflesh. According to guitarist Christos it looks better and states a new phase in the band.
The Great Mass (2011)
On September 10, 2009, the band announced that they had begun work on a new studio album, tentatively planned for release in the beginning of 2011.
On December 17, 2010, the band released the first single from the new batch of material titled "The Vampire From Nazareth" and announced that the new album will be shipped on April 28 in the UK, and April 29 in the USA. 
Titan, new drummer and Codex Omega (2014 - present)
On December 15, 2014, it was announced that Kerim "Krimh" Lechner had joined Septicflesh as their new drummer, following the recent departure of their former longtime drummer, Fotis Benardo (a.k.a. Fotis Gianakopoulos).
In June 2016 interview it was declaired that, since early 2016, Septicflesh had been working on their tenth studio album, scheduled for release toward spring 2017.. In early June 2017, band members claimed that Septicflesh's tenth album, titled Codex Omega, is officially due to release on September 1st 2017; as like as the previous Titan, Codex Omega will be released through Prosthetic Records 
- Mystic Places of Dawn (1994)
- Esoptron (1995)
- The Ophidian Wheel (1997)
- A Fallen Temple (1998)
- Revolution DNA (1999)
- Sumerian Daemons (2003)
- Communion (2008)
- The Great Mass (2011)
- Titan (2014)
- Codex Omega (2017)
- "Septicflesh May Yet Enter the Golden Age With Their Titan". MetalSucks. 16 May 2014. Retrieved 30 August 2015.
- True, Chris. "Septic Flesh > Biography". Allmusic. Macrovision Corporation. Retrieved 2008-12-11.
- "Time Catcher". Septicflesh. Retrieved 2008-12-11.
- "Time Catcher". Septicflesh. Retrieved 2009-04-18.
- "Septic Flesh to Reunite for Greece's Metal Healing Festival". Blabbermouth.Net.
- "Reunited Septic Flesh to Record New Album for Season of Mist". Blabbermouth.net.
- Roel de Haan. "Lords of Metal ezine". Lords of Metal.
- "Featured Content on Myspace". Myspace.
- "SEPTICFLESH Hard At Work On New Material". Blabbermouth.Net.
- "Septicflesh 'Titan' New Album Details". Metal CallOut.
- "SEPTICFLESH To Release 'Codex Omega' Album In September". Blabbermouth.net. June 14, 2017. Retrieved June 14, 2017.