Greek extreme metallers ROTTING CHRIST will embark on a South American tour in June 2008. Exact cities and dates will be announced soon.
A teaser flyer for the upcoming trek can be found at this location.
ROTTING CHRIST will film its December 8, 2007 concert in Athens, Greece for an upcoming DVD.
Poland's Interia TV recently conducted an interview with ROTTING CHRIST mainman Sakis Tolis. Watch the 10-minute clip at this location.
The MetalList webzine has posted video footage of ROTTING CHRIST performing at the Moscow Metal Fest on September 22, 2007 at Tochka Club in Moscow, Russia. Watch the clip below.
ROTTING CHRIST will embark on the "Lucifer Over America Tour 2008" in February/March. Support on the trek will come from IMMOLATION, BELPHEGOR and AVERSE SEFIRA. Tickets are available via EnterTheVault.com and all normal ticketing systems.
As previously reported, ROTTING CHRIST's video for the song "Enuma Elish" has been posted on YouTube. The track comes off the Greek extreme metallers' latest album, "Theogonia", which came out in January via Season of Mist.
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