Titan (album)

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Studio album by
ReleasedJune 20, 2014
RecordedSeptember - October 2013.
StudioDevasoundz Studios (Athens, Greece), Smecky Studios (Prague, Czech Republic)
Genre Symphonic death metal
Label Season of Mist, Prosthetic Records, Ward Records
Producer Logan Mader, Septic Flesh
Septicflesh chronology
The Great Mass
Codex Omega
Singles from Titan
  1. "Order of Dracul"
    Released: April 15, 2014 [1]
1."War in Heaven"5:41
3."Order of Dracul"3:33
8."Confessions of a Serial Killer"4:51
9."Ground Zero"3:54
10."The First Immortal"3:57


  • Christos Antoniou - lead guitar, orchestrations
  • Sotiris Anunnaki V - rhythm guitar, clean vocals
  • Seth Siro Anton - bass, unclean vocals, artwork
  • Fotis Benardo - drums, percussion, sound engineering
Additional musicians
  • FILMharmonic Orchestra, Children Choir Of Prague
    • Adam Klemens - orchestra conductor
  • Choir
    • Antonia Tzitzika, Babis Alexandropoulos, Eleni Konstantaki,
    • Fotini Athanasaki, Giannis Stamatakis, Kostas Zampounis,
    • Lito Messini, Lydia Zervanou, Maria Vlachopoulou,
    • Panagiotis Priftis, Thodoris Aivaliotis, Vasilis Asimakopoulos
  • Logan Mader - producer, mixing, mastering
  • Gerard Marino - orchestral arrangements pre-mixing
  • Jan Holzner - sound engineering
  • Steve Venardo - drum tracking
  • Petr Pycha - music contractor, recording supervisor
  • Corn Studio - artwork
  • Alex Logos - costumes
  • Ioanna Symeonidi - makeup artist, photography
  • Ioanna Metaxa - makeup artist, photography
  • Prokopis Vlaseros FX Studio - costumes
  • Marios Theologis - photography
  • Jon Simvonis - photography


Chart (2014)Peak
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Flanders) [6] 191
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Wallonia) [7] 99
Finnish Albums (Suomen virallinen lista) [8] 37
French Albums (SNEP) [9] 112
US Top Heatseekers ( Billboard ) [10] 7

Release history

CDJapanJune 18, 2014 [11] Ward Records
CDEuropeJune 20, 2014 [12] Season of Mist
CDNorth AmericaJune 23, 2014 [13] Prosthetic Records

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