While the physical release of Septicflesh’s forthcoming live Blu-ray/DVD, Infernus Sinfonica MMXIX (read our review here), is only scheduled for 31 July, the Greek masters of all things dark and symphonic are proud to share a pre-release screening with the world. The show itself, an onstage spectacular that featured over 100 classical musicians and choir members from the Symphonic Experience Orchestra, Enharmonía Vocalis Choir and the National University of Mexico Children’s and Youth Choir, was filmed in Mexico last February and is brought to vivid, powerful life in this format – something not to be missed.

The band commented on the event, stating: “We are very excited to share with our fans the chance to pre screen ‘Infernus Sinfonica MMXIX,’ our very first concert with a full orchestra and choir on stage which was filmed in the heart of Mexico City. Our management team at Hard Impact arranged an exclusive streaming event for all of you to witness this before the official Blu-ray release. The date is set for June 27th, beginning at 21:00 CET. Ticket link will be issued at purchase and will be valid for 12 hours to view from the start of the event. sit back in the comfort of your home and watch the symphonies come to life!”

If this small taste of things to come piques your interest, be sure to purchase your ticket for the event: access will be sent via email and is valid for 12 hours once the show stream goes live on 27 June 2020, from 21:00 CET.

Pre-orders can be placed through Season of Mist here, and while you’re there, browse some of the gorgeous vinyl reissues of the band’s back catalogue.

Artwork for ‘Infernus Sinfonica MMXIX’ by Septicflesh

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