ROTTING CHRIST: 'Keravnos Kivernitos' Video Posted Online

Greek black/death metallers ROTTING CHRIST have posted their video for the song "Keravnos Kivernitos" at The clip was directed by Bob Katsionis and comes off the group's latest album, "Theogonia", which came out last month via Season of Mist.

"Theogonia" was recorded at SCA Studios in Greece with bandleader Sakis Tolis handling the production and mixing and mastering duties. According to a press release, "the 10 new tracks see the band going back to their darker, more savage and faster musical roots and attitude, adapting an ancient Greek as well as ethnic presentation by inclusion of a large choir singing in the ancient Greek language throughout the album as well as the use of bizarre oriental samples and walls of keyboards."

ROTTING CHRIST will embark on an extensive European tour this month beginning with the third edition of The Domination Tour. The band last year announced the addition of NIGHTFALL guitarist George Bokos as a full-time member of the group.

ROTTING CHRIST's "Passage To Arcturo" and "Non Serviam" albums were reissued in January 2006 with bonus audio and video tracks via Season of Mist.


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