ROTTING CHRIST Frontman Featured In New Video Interview - "The New Album Might Be Our Darkest Album Ever"
frontman Sakis Tolis is featured in a new interview with Asif Salam at SoundShock.com, conducted on December 19th in London, England. Check it out below:Rotting Christ Interview at SoundShock.com
will release their new album, Kata Ton Daimona
Eaytoy, on March 1st in Europe and the 5th in North America via Season
of Mist. The title means means Do What Thou Wilt and according to the
infamous English occultist Aleister Crowley (1875–1947) this "shall be
the whole of the law" of the coming Æon of Horus.
Fans can download a full song from the album for free right now! All you need to do is go to Season-of-mist.com,
enter your email address in the widget and follow the guidelines. You
will receive an email with a link to download 'In Yumen – Xibalba', the
opening track from Kata Ton Daimona Eaytoy.
The track is streaming below:ROTTING CHRIST - In Yumen / Xibalba
According to a press release, "the principle of Do What Thou Wilt is
the threat leading through this amazing album, which is inspired by
ancient cultures around the globe. Rotting Christ employ poetry from the
Sumerians and Incas as well as a Romanian folk song, the tale of an
undead Russian water spirit, Voodoo, Zoroastrianism and other sources."
The album, mixed by Jens Borgen
(AMON AMARTH, PARADISE LOST, KATATONIA, OPETH), features the following tracks:'In Yumen-Xibalba'
'P'unchaw kachun- Tuta kachun'
'Grandis Spiritus Diavolos'
'Kata Ton Daimona Eaytoy'
'Cine iubeste si lasa'
'Ahura Mazd?-A?ra Mainiuu
Welcome To Hel
' (bonus track vinyl and box; see photo above)
About the album, leader Sakis Tolis told Greece's Rock Overdose:
"It's definitely something refreshed. We have proved all these years
that the reason we release an album is because we have to say something
new to the world. Otherwise our discography would be over long time ago.
So we are dealing with a Rotting Christ album that will bring the band
at least one step forward in terms of composition and always faithfully
within the limits of Rotting Christ." Rotting Christ
vocals, guitars, bassThemis Tolis
Read the entire interview here.
(Sakis Tolis live photo on Barge To Hell by Charlene Tupper)