Rotting Christ release bonus track “Primal Resurrection”

Brothers and sisters of the sacred metal conclave, the hour is upon us to unite under the blackened banner of Rotting Christ once more. With hearts ablaze and spirits untamed, the Tolis brothers proudly present to you the bonus single "Primal Resurrection" from the recently released full-length album, Pro Xristou. For over three electrifying decades, … Continue reading Rotting Christ release bonus track “Primal Resurrection”

Daylight Misery release star-studded fundraising single “Cancerworm” in memory of Dimitris Theodoropoulos

The Athenian metal band Daylight Misery, inspired by the loss of their dear friend Dimitris Theodoropoulos (member of the progressive metal band Rex Mundi from Thessaloniki) on the 31st of May 2021 from cancer, decided to write a song called "Cancerworm" which is based on his story and everything he has been through over the … Continue reading Daylight Misery release star-studded fundraising single “Cancerworm” in memory of Dimitris Theodoropoulos

Festival Review: Bloodstock 2019 Thu/Fri – Sean’s View

We've a lot of Bloodstock stuff to go up over the next few days. With a big group of us there as crew and punters, we managed to cover a fair whack. Here's Sean's take on the opening evening and the first full day. Thursday After a few weeks of our annual #RoadToBOA pre-festival interviews, … Continue reading Festival Review: Bloodstock 2019 Thu/Fri – Sean’s View

Festival Review: Bloodstock 2019 Day 1 – Ross’ View

After a couple of years away from Catton Hall, 2019 saw me return to Bloodstock, my first since 2016 and second overall. As is tradition, we headed down from Glasgow (ish) on the Thursday with a slightly different crew compared to that year – this time, it was myself, Mosh, Sean and Aidan. With a … Continue reading Festival Review: Bloodstock 2019 Day 1 – Ross’ View

Gig Review: Incineration Fest, London (12-13 May 2018)

Despite a price increase from last year, the lure of a great atmosphere at the festival along with some quality bands, including Taake, Abbath and Rotting Christ, was strong enough to get me to London for the second year in a row. Once again the festival did not disappoint and the lack of clashes saw … Continue reading Gig Review: Incineration Fest, London (12-13 May 2018)

Rotting Christ arrested for having a scary name – now released

Greek black metallers Rotting Christ were arrested earlier in the week (12th of April) in Georgia, apparently on charges of suspicion of Satanism and terrorism while on tour throughout Europe. It's not the first time they've been flagged up for their controversial name, having performed under a different name in South Africa a few years … Continue reading Rotting Christ arrested for having a scary name – now released