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Kata Ton Daimona Eaytoy (Do What Thou Wilt)

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2013 album from the Greek Black Metal masters. The album personifies the legendary band's profound and majestic Metal, which honors both their country's heritage as well as ancient cultures worldwide. On Kata Ton Daimona Eytoy, Rotting Christ embellish their signature Dark Metal with Sumerian and Incan poetry and as well as flourishes from Romanian Folk song, and lyrics inspired by tales of undead Russian water spirits, Voodoo, Zoroastrianism and other sources.

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  • Audio CD (March 5, 2013)
  • Original Release Date: March 5, 2013
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Season of Mist
  • ASIN: B00AROYO8I
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,769 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Rotting Christ has upped the symphonics and chants yet again. This album is sort of in the same vein as Theogonia and AEALO, but as we all know Rotting Christ never stay the same style for long, and have evolved to incorporate longer sections of chanting and ancient voices than the last 2 albums. The beautiful guitar melodies from Theogonia AEALO are still present, but appear about 70% as much as in the past 2 albums. The best way to put it is a mix between the very havy symphonics of Genesis and the more guitar oriented approach of AEALO. This album is thicker and heavier in production than before, and it keeps your attention. You never really know what will happen next, the music is quite unpredictable, but in a good way. The album has a solid theme and direction, but the band is insanely creative and always keeping you on your toes by introducing a new element every song, never letting the album get boring, while still bringing the rocking mid tempo melodic metal with the traditional guitar, bass and drums. All in all on par with the last 2 albums, while moving on even deeper into their own neck of the woods when it comes to metal subgenres. Most fans of rotting christ will be quite pleased im sure. I would give this a 4.5, but because of their sheer creativity and non servitude, a 5 shall be granted.
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This comment comes from a long time Rotting Christ fan.

Please don't compare this album to their old masterpieces like Thy Mighty Contract or Khronos. They are all different, they are all great in their own way. I always picture Sakis spending weeks/months crafting each song till every note is perfect. That is why I am never surprised on the time span between offerings, and I have yet to be disappointed.

Do we rate every Van Gogh painting by saying 'that's no Starry Night?' No, we enjoy all his works!!!

So, don't be a Black Metal snob. And, enjoy a great album!
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After Aealo which I considered to be Rotting Christs's weakest album to date I was understandably wary about their newest venture. Thankfully that concern was for naught as the Greek gods are back and headed in a new and interesting direction. Though the stylings of Kata Ton Daimona Eaytoy are incredibly different from anything they've previously done, the factors that made Aealo a failure have been rectified. Sakis is back in front place rather than constantly sharing the spotlight and his vocals are dead-on this time around. In a similar vein Rotting Christ is still playing with symphonic chanting elements but much like Theogonia there is a diverse variety in that chanting meaning each song stands out as a unique sound.

There is one possibly glaring negative (or positive, given your opinion); more than any previous album Rotting Christ has completely dropped all show of being a black metal band. If you thought Dead Poems was light you've heard nothing yet. They've got the ambient symphonic element down, and they occasionally toy with some heavier riffs on the album. But this is most definitely not a black metal album and an important factor to keep in mind if you're interested in picking this up; if you're comfortable with where RC has gone in recent years you'll be fine, but if you're looking for harsh and heavy black metal more in line with their early work you've come to the wrong place.

I'll give a short review of the songs. In Yumen/Xibalba opens the CD and is one of the heavier and more discordant entries, that's not to say it's bad as there's definite music prowess at play. But the song seems to be purposefully out of sync and at the same time is probably the albums closest approximations of their older work.
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Dark, catchy, chanty, epic, poetic, harmonic, melodic, tough.... many words come to mind as I listen to the MP3 download of the new RC album just purchased. I have their first album and an EP that was released prior to their full length recordings. There is a continuity here, however later recordings are far more expansive and epic in sound and scope (though early RC is pretty epic already). This album will definitely go into my top five best metal releases for 2013.
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Rotting Christ continue to astound with some of the most well-crafted, soaringly beautiful yet intense and aggressive music you will find on the market. Obviously, with a name such as theirs, the commercial impact of whatever they do will always be limited, but one hopes that there will be an increasing number of followers who will look beyond this detail and give a chance to the hugely talented and inspired Sakis Tolis and his cohorts. Has there been a better crafted tune than Grandis Spiritus Diavolos these last ten years? If there has been, not many. Such an effortless blend of male choirs, black metal vocals and heavy riffing with a pounding beat. Crammed full of creepy atmosphere yet driving you through the wall with that groove, that riff... That tune alone started to get me obsessed by this album and then all the others slowly started to reveal their glory to me. I discovered this band with Sanctos Diavolos and the subsequent albums (Theogonia, AELO and now this one - unpronounceable) have seen onwards progression in taking risks and perfecting the art of layered vocals, complex instrumental arrangements (including obsolete antique folk instruments) and the increasing use of male choirs and antique style warbling and chanting of the male and female variety. And, as unlikely as it may seem on paper, it works. It really, really works and Rotting Christ are an essential addition to the metal/rock landscape. I beg you... I beg all of you not to let this band get past you. Life will seem that much more colourful and filled with aural possibilities.
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