|Studio album by Septic Flesh|
|Released||February 18, 2003|
|Recorded||Studio Fredman, Sweden, May–June 2002|
|Genre||Symphonic metal, melodic death metal, industrial metal|
|Septic Flesh chronology|
Sumerian Daemons is the sixth studio album by the Greek death metal band Septic Flesh. It was released by Hammerheart Records (now known as Karmageddon Media) in 2003. It was originally the band's final album before they disbanded later the same year, until they reformed in 2007.
The cover art for the album was a real background constructed in accordance with Spiros' instructions by a Greek FX team that usually works for films and advertisements, called the Alahouzos Bros.
The words "Demon resurrection passages from The Book of the Dead" and "Two hours since I've translated and spoken aloud the demon resurrection passages from The Book of the Dead" in "Unbeliever" (2:29-2:32 and 3:56-4:03) come from horror movie Evil Dead II.
All lyrics written by Sotiris V..
|1.||"Behold... the Land of Promise"||Christos A.||2:10|
|3.||"Virtues of the Beast"||Spiros A.||5:17|
|5.||"When All is None"||Spiros A.||4:38|
|6.||"Red Code Cult"||Sotiris V.||4:09|
|7.||"Dark River"||Spiros A., Sotiris V., Christos A.||3:56|
|8.||"Magic Loves Infinity"||Sotiris V.||3:58|
|9.||"Sumerian Daemon"||Spiros A.||4:04|
|10.||"Mechanical Babylon"||Spiros A.||4:55|
|11.||"Infernal Sun"||Sotiris V.||3:26|
|12.||"The Watchers"||Sotiris V.||4:14|
- Septic Flesh – production
- Natalie Rassoulis – soprano
- Gore – backing vocals on "Unbeliever"
- Fredrik Nordström – production, engineering
- Patric J. – sound engineering
- Hammerheart Records – executive production