Kata Ton Daimona Eaytoy (Do What Thou Wilt)
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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!
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.Read more ›
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My favorite band of all time. Sakis is an incredible songwriter and terribly underrated in the underground community. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Frank
When you think there's no possible way they could top their previous work, Rotting Christ release one of the best albums of the century. Read morePublished 19 months ago by SkudGobang
This album is just plain @$$ boring still nothing can be as great as Theogonia that was just a complete masterpiece for some reason the sound on this album is just bland nothing... Read morePublished on February 14, 2014 by Warren
Of the 20 or so metal albums I have picked up this year, this is the best. As other reviewers have noted, it has very interesting vibe: extreme metal blended with elements of... Read morePublished on August 29, 2013 by AKS
this CD is a little different. If your a fan of their music I'd say get it as you can not get what they put out by any other group. Read morePublished on August 24, 2013 by richard stargel
Those who follow Rotting Christ know this band's art very well, especially those who love the last couple albums (Theogonia & AEALO) will love this album. Read morePublished on June 12, 2013 by Yunizar Rifai
Pure genius. The album shows the maturity of such an accomplished band. The use of each civilisations instruments and languages were combined with full throttle metal, amazing... Read morePublished on June 1, 2013 by Jimk