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ROTTING CHRIST in studio

ROTTING CHRIST in studio
June 14, 2009, 10:33:44 PM
Greek extreme metal veterans ROTTING CHRIST have issued the following update:

"New songs composing process has almost been completed and the band is ready to enter the studio for the recording sessions of its upcoming album that will follow up the very successful latest album, 'Theogonia'. Sakis Tolis (vocals, guitar) will take care of the production again, and as being the main composer too, he declares that he had his most trippy and exhausted simultaneously experience on his career squeezing his mind drawing down ideas that will follow up the band's latest album, 'Theogonia', and the end of the process find him as well as the whole band totally convicted that they finally managed it. We haven't more to say than proving it with the upcoming recordings and of course with its release that roughly estimated to be released in January 2010."

Re: ROTTING CHRIST in studio
June 15, 2009, 04:00:05 AM
Any sane individual will avoid this. Only Thy Mighty Contract and Non Serviam are real!

Re: ROTTING CHRIST in studio
June 17, 2009, 12:34:38 AM
Any sane individual will avoid this. Only Thy Mighty Contract and Non Serviam are real!

What about Triarchy of lost lovers? I was thinking about testing the waters with this band some more

Re: ROTTING CHRIST in studio
June 17, 2009, 01:38:38 AM
Any sane individual will avoid this. Only Thy Mighty Contract and Non Serviam are real!

What about Triarchy of lost lovers? I was thinking about testing the waters with this band some more

Call that one a watered-down Non serviam.

Re: ROTTING CHRIST in studio
June 17, 2009, 03:06:12 AM
Their demos and Passage To Arcturo deserve mentioning too.

In all honesty I think lately they have been crawling back to quality music. Their last 3 albums have contained a few standout tracks, perhaps theyll join other older bands who seem to be creating modern day excellence.

Re: ROTTING CHRIST in studio
June 17, 2009, 06:17:58 AM
Their demos and Passage To Arcturo deserve mentioning too.

In all honesty I think lately they have been crawling back to quality music. Their last 3 albums have contained a few standout tracks, perhaps theyll join other older bands who seem to be creating modern day excellence.

Having seen them live last year I highly doubt this as they were simply dreadful - rockstar posturing, boring songs...just awful.