Tag: Rotting Christ

Crossing The Fiery Path: Into Thy Mighty World Of Hellenic Black Metal

The importance of Bathory to black metal can never be overstated. By 1990, Quorthon had already laid out the blueprints for every black metal scene of any major relevance, and this was three years before

Last Rites’ Facebook Albums Of The Week: August 5th – August 11th

“Album Of The Day” is a Last Rites Facebook feature we started whose purpose is quite straight-forward: highlight one album per day and say a few words about it. Understanding that not everyone chooses to

Rotting Christ – Rituals Review

Given that heavy metal as a discrete set of sounds and practices has been around for roughy as long as the duration of the Cold War, the casual music fan can be forgiven for assuming

Rotting Christ – Kata Ton Daimona Tou Eaytoy Review

The past several albums from Greek metal OGs Rotting Christ have seen a really fascinating bifurcated progression – on the one hand, the band has introduced a wide variety of new instruments, sounds, and musical

Rotting Christ – Aealo Review

originally written by Erik Thomas First off, I need to apologize.  My first and last experience with Greece’s long-running Rotting Christ was 1996’s Triarchy of Lost Lovers. I had their logo emblazoned on my denim jacket in High

Rotting Christ – Sanctus Diavolos Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett It’s amazing how long Rotting Christ has been around and is still able to release some top-tier black metal. I thoroughly enjoyed their last album, Genesis, so I was eager

Rotting Christ – Genesis Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett From the land of gyros and Minotaurs, arrives Rotting Christ with yet another powerful ode to the grim genre known as black metal. Just when you thought Immortal and Dimmu