Rotting Christ post new song

2013-01-26 by Voivod STAFF | 14 Comments
Rotting Christ have posted the eponymous song from their upcoming album ΚΑΤΑ ΤΟ ΔΑΙΜΟΝΑ ΕΑΥΤΟΥ (release date: 1/3/2013), via the following location:

http://www.metalhammer.gr/magazine/news/4010-rotting-christ-kata-ton-daimona.html

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Voivod
Staff Reviewer
January 26th 2013
6639 Comments


Song is great, but it's a carbon copy of "In Yumen/Xibalba".

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dragoth
January 26th 2013
247 Comments


Great song, really looking forward to the rest of the album now, these guys are awesome

FrozenVain
January 26th 2013
2584 Comments


Really good song.
"but it's a carbon copy of "In Yumen/Xibalba"."
Rotting Christ has always been like that. Certain songs are very alike while others are completely different.

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
January 26th 2013
6639 Comments


@FrozenVain

I agree and that's part of the band's attraction in the first place, but those two new tracks are too alike for their own good.

FrozenVain
January 26th 2013
2584 Comments


@Voivod

Hm...yeah, I guess. Many of Rotting Christs other tracks tend to deviate into something else like one minute into them, but it seems like these two new songs don't so I have to agree with you. Hopefully the rest of the songs will be more different.

YUJOS
January 26th 2013
972 Comments


Song is great, but it's a carbon copy of "In Yumen/Xibalba" (2) with more tsabounes!!



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demigod!
January 26th 2013
47015 Comments


i forgot about this band, holy shit.

skoopy48
January 26th 2013
1676 Comments


Cool song

Wizard
January 26th 2013
19839 Comments


Band sucks, no suprise this was a weak song.

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
January 26th 2013
6639 Comments


with more tsabounes

Οι τσαμπούνες ακούγονται γαμάτες εδώ. Επιτέλους ένας Έλληνας metal μουσικός που εκμεταλλεύεται την Ελληνική μουσική παράδοση.

For the record, tsabouna is the Greek version for bagpipe and it is an important part of the Greek folk music.



Band sucks, no surprise this was a weak song

I humbly beg to differ on both assessments, you should listen to albums such as Non Serviam or Triarchy Of The Lost Lovers, Rotting Christ have no match in what they are doing.

Spag
January 26th 2013
1965 Comments


Not bad.

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PortalofPerfection
January 26th 2013
687 Comments


I was afraid of this. They're getting too comfortable with their sound. It was damn amazing on Theogonia, and still damn good on Aealo, but it's wearing thin. It's still good but another whole album of songs like that, I don know...

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Tyrael
January 27th 2013
20988 Comments


rules

as expected

TheFlightOfTheNazgul
February 11th 2013
55 Comments


Songs like Xibalba and this one make me sooooo happy... 07 - 4 live stous katsapliades ... Ολη η Θεσσαλία εκεί...



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