ROTTING CHRIST Release Second New Track, “Heaven and Hell and Fire”
Greek metal trailblazers ROTTING CHRIST have unveiled a video for the new song “Heaven and Hell and Fire“. “Heaven and Hell and Fire” is the second track from their new album ‘The Heretics’(coming Feb. 15, 2019) and the video is available now exclusively at Loudwire.
‘The Heretics’ was recorded by ROTTING CHRIST guitarist George Emmanuel at his studio Pentagram and mixed by Jens Borgen (AMON AMARTH, AT THE GATES, ARCH ENEMY, and more). Pre-orders for ‘The Heretics’ on limited deluxe CD Box, jewel case CD, limited LP and more are available HERE.
Regarding the track, ROTTING CHRIST founder and front-man Sakis Tolis comments, “We’re pleased to present to you the second track from our upcoming album ‘The Heretics‘. The song “Heaven and Hell and Fire”, is another chronicle of heresy and is influenced by John Milton’s saying: “The mind is universe and can make a heaven of hell, a hell of heaven.” “
The artwork for ‘The Heretics‘, illustrated by Greek artist Maximos Manolis, and track list can be seen below.
ROTTING CHRIST previously launched the lead track “Fire, God and Fear“.
ROTTING CHRIST were the first Greek band to break out from the underground and make their impact felt worldwide. The band return with their stunning new album ‘The Heretics’. In a signature style honed by 30 years of toil and triumph, the quartet deliver heavy metal thunder so epic that it could have been forged by the gods themselves. The anthemic “Heaven and Hell and Fire”, “The Raven” and “Fire God and Fear” are staggering in their size and breadth. The power and majesty of ‘The Heretics’ can only be achieved by a band with a lifetime’s devotion to heavy metal, and proves these pioneers to be among the genre’s all-time elite.
ROTTING CHRIST are available for interviews upon request.
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