Berklee College of Music Adds Four Septicflesh Tracks to Their Library

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Boston’s Berklee College of Music is the largest independent college of contemporary music, whose library includes some of the most interesting and complex modern compositions out there. Now, it’s been revealed that Berklee has added four new songs to their library — by Greek symphonic death metallers Septicflesh!

“We are very honored to announce that Berklee College of Music, one of the most prestigious music schools in the world, has asked [guitarist/keyboardist] Christos Antoniou for various compositions from his orchestral scores to be included in their libraries,” said the band via their Facebook.

Specifically, the orchestral arrangements for the tracks are being accepted into Berklee’s library. That said, anyone who knows Septicflesh’ music knows that the orchestral aspects of their songs are a huge portion of what they do.

The tracks being accepted are:

  • “Dark Art” (Codex Omega, 2017)
  • “Enemy of Truth” (Codex Omega, 2017)
  • “Portrait of a Headless Man” (Codex Omega, 2017)
  • “The Vampire from Nazareth” (The Great Mass, 2011)

SEPTICFLESH, is proud to announce that guitarist and orchestral composer, Christos_Antoniou(Septicflesh-Chaostar), has…

Posted by SepticFlesh on Monday, May 10, 2021

Which leaves fans asking the very obvious question: no “Anubis?” C’maaan, Berklee!

In any event, a huge congratulations to Septicflesh on this prestigious development! We look forward to hearing what epic, steepled death metal tracks you have in store for us in the future. Listen to “The Vampire from Nazareth” below:


Words by Chris Krovatin