According to Rotting Christ's Facebook page, the band has entered the studio to begin the recordings for a new album. The album is scheduled for release in "early 2016". This means that the follow-up to Kata Ton Daimona Eaytoy is coming at last. All you have to do now is wait a little bit longer and start anticipating new music from the Greek melodic black metallers.
Diabolical death/black metal outfit Belphegor will make their long overdue return to North American shores with a headlining tour this fall. Joining them on their trek dubbed the Voices From The Dark Tour 2014 are the Greek masters Rotting Christ as well as Beheaded from Malta and Svart Crown from France. Not bad, right?
Norwegian black 'n' rollers Vreid have announced a six-date tour of Japan as support for Greek melodic black metallers Rotting Christ. Vreid will be promoting their latest release Welcome Farewell in the month of January next year.
The Greeks Rotting Christ will hit the road together with super group Twilight Of The Gods on October 16th, and both bands released albums this year. With Negură Bunget and other bands as support acts, the tour will travel through Europe to end on November 5th. The first announced gigs have already been confirmed and you can see the dates below. Many more tour dates will be announced soon!
Greek melodic black metal institution Rotting Christ have premiered today a brand new video, which is also their first for the most recent opus Kata Ton Daimona Eaytoy. The video was made for the song "Χ Ξ Σ" (or "666") and was directed by Jon Simvonis and Aji Stone. You can expect something more elaborate than the videos bands usually put out. Also, there might be a snake in there somewhere. See it for yourself right here.
If you can't wait any longer to listen to the new opus from melodic black metallers Rotting Christ, you can already check out Kata Ton Daimona Eaytoy in its entirety. The album is available for streaming here and also here. Is it a good release? Is it better than Aealo? You can be the judge of that.
Rotting Christ must be feeling very giving as the band has premiered online the third song off their new opus Kata Ton Daimona Eaytoy. You can listen to "P'unchaw Kachun - Tuta Kachun" over here or on the player below. The new album release date is now less than a month away as Season Of Mist will release it on March 1st, 2013 in Europe (March 5th in North America).
"Kata Ton Demona Eaftou", a new track off Rotting Christ's forthcoming eleventh full-length studio album, has premiered today on a number of websites. As the release date of Kata Ton Daimona Eaytoy approaches, you get to listen to a new song here or even over here and see another facet of the album. Thanks to the magic of Soundcloud, the song is also available below.
Rotting Christ have posted a new lyric video for their song "In Yumen / Xibalba" which you can watch below. "In Yumen - Xibalba" is taken from Kata Ton Daimona Eaytoy (Do What Thou Wilt), the brand new album from the Greek extreme metal band. The album is set for release on March 1st, 2013 in Europe (March 5th in North America) through Season Of Mist. More album details were earlier reported here.
The new Rotting Christ album might only be coming out in March but today you can listen to the opening track "In Yumen - Xibalba" and something new from the band since Aealo. The six-minute track is available for free download over here, provided you enter your email in the widget and follow the guidelines. You will receive an email with a link to download the song.
Greek melodic black metallers Rotting Christ's forthcoming album entitled Kata Ton Daimona Eaytoy (or Do What Thou Wilt) has been scheduled for a March 1st (March 5th in North America) release next year through Season Of Mist. The band has now finally unveiled the cover artwork and tracklist, which can be found below. This will be the follow-up to Aealo. The new musical creations are yet to be revealed, but it shouldn't take much longer.
Greek melodic black metallers Rotting Christ have just disclosed the release date and title of the band's eleventh studio full-length. Their forthcoming opus is entitled Do What Thou Wilt and will hit the stores on next March 1st via Season Of Mist. The band's latest release was Aealo in 2010. There are still no musical or visual teasers at this point, but more should be revealed in the coming weeks.
Greek melodic black metal masters Rotting Christ have been secluded of late and working on the follow-up to 2010's Aealo, but now frontman Sakis Tolis and company have given a sign of life. The forthcoming album recording sessions are almost over, the band recorded the new album in Athens and promises to release samples soon.
Rotting Christ will embark on a European headlining tour in April. This will be the last leg of the Aealo Tour 2010-2011.
Support on the trek will come from Omnium Gatherum, Daylight Misery and Dark End on the whole tour. De Profundis will support from 28.04 till 10.05, Arcturon from 8.05 till 15.05, and Riul Doamnei from 10.05 till 15.05.
Rotting Christ will be headlining a North American tour in March and April, with support from Melechesh, Hate and Abigail Williams. Get those dates here.
Rotting Christ - Aelo European Tour:
Apr. 28 - Wiatrak - Zabrze, Poland
Apr. 29 - Melodka - Brno, Czech Republic
Apr. 30 - Colloseum - Kosice, Slovakia
May 01 - Club 202 - Budapest, Hungary
May 02 - Gambrinus - Cluj Napoca, Romania
Rotting Christ are headlining the Apostles Of Darkness Over The Americas Tour in March and April. Support on the trek will come from Melechesh, Hate, Abigail Williams and Lecherous Nocturne.
Apostles Of Darkness Over The Americas Tour Dates:
Mar. 09 - Jaxx - W. Springfield, VA
Mar. 10 - Championship Bar & Grill - Trenton, NJ
Mar. 11 - Montage Music Hall - Rochester, NY
Mar. 12 - Rocko's - Manchester, NH
Mar. 13 - Webster Theater - Hartford, CT
Mar. 14 - Karma - Patchouge, NY
Mar. 15 - Petite Campus - Montreal, QC
Mar. 16 - Mod Club - Toronto, ON
Mar. 17 - Blondie's - Detroit, MI
Mar. 18 - Peabody's - Cleveland, OH
Mar. 19 - Reggie's Rock Club - Chicago, IL
Mar. 20 - Station 4 - St. Paul, MN