In an interview with Vincent Eldefors, the chief editor of Sweden's Tartarean Desire, conducted on September 22, 2005, ROTTING CHRIST band leader Sakis Tolis revealed that NIGHTFALL guitarist George Bokos has joined the band on tour. He replaces former guitarist Kostas, who left the group in July 2004. It has not yet been decided if George will join the band on a permanent basis but so far everything is working out well, according to Sakis. In the same interview, which can be found online at TartareanDesire.com, Sakis talks about plans for a second DVD release, the group's split with Century Media Records, and MEGADETH mainman Dave Mustaine's refusal to share the bill with ROTTING CHRIST, among other topics.ROTTING CHRIST are currently touring Europe as part of the "Blitzkrieg III" package together with VADER, ANOREXIA NERVOSA and LOST SOUL.
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