Rotting Christ - Genesis


8.3 | 219 votes |
Release date: 2002
Style: Black metal, Gothic metal

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01. Deamons
02. Lex Talionis
03. Quintessence
04. Nightmare
05. In Domine Sathana
06. Release Me
07. The Call Of The Aethyrs
08. Dying
09. Ad Noctis
10. Under The Name Of The Legion

Additional info
Re-released in May 2008 as a limited edition vinyl (250 copies) via Night Of The Vinyl Dead.

Guest review by
Netzach
Rating:
7.5
This one has been a companion to me for a couple of years now, and counting. Not the optimal companion like a mix between a cat and a lemur would be, though. Yes, a cat-lemur would most certainly cause sheer annihilation of any physical device used for adorability measurement. Rotting Christ's Genesis is more like a raccoon. Not that raccoons aren't adorable, but bear with me here. And with "bear," I already have used up my annual allotment of animal references.

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published 05.05.2015 | Comments (3)

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11.07.2013 - 01:17
TrollandDie
Pretty solid album. It can stretch near-boredom territories at times; but the song structures are so well defined that it keeps your interests peaked by the end of each track.

My first Rotting Christ album and I look forward to more.
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14.01.2015 - 22:52
Rating: 8
flightoficarus
Stamp Tramp
Lex Talionis and Quintessence are awesome. There are definitely some bland areas and missteps though. Every song seems to have a really cool part, but it is often marred by some poor choice right next to it.
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