Welcome to Source of Steel - The Heavy Metal Museum. For the metal head who likes to own or collect physical CDs, Source of Steel is my website dedicated to the love of physical metal on shiny plastic discs. Micro-reviews, thoughts, pics of my own collection and random utterances are abound. The site started out purely as a way of sharing my rarities to like-minded fans, but now (for longevity's sake more than anything) it is open to new physical metal music bits I've picked up, including new releases and other random shit.

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Friday, 21 October 2016

Septic Flesh - Revolution DNA


2 different versions of the fifth album of Septic Flesh (or Septicflesh, as they're now known). This was their last album of the 90s, and continued to keep up the quality and standards for which they are renowned. I've always found these guys hard to categorise (nailing them with a 'death metal' tag just doesn't seem right!), as they ploughed their own route in extremity - I guess death metal is the closest approximation though. Both versions were released on Holy Records, with the top being the initial release on Digipak, and the bottom version being the 'red jewel cased' limited edition re-press they did in 2005 (limited to 1,000 copies, with bonus tracks).

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