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Black Metal Friday: “Keravnos Kyvernitos” by Rotting Christ
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Rotting Christ Band Photo

Rotting Christ has been a band since 1987. They pretty much singlehandedly pioneered the Greek style of black metal. Euronymous from Mayhem had been planning to sign them to his label just before his murder at the hand of Varg Vikernes.

Here with the official video for the second track of their ninth studio album, Theogonia, is Rotting Christ with “Keravnos Kyvernitos.” Watch the video here below.

The band’s name has certainly provoked a fair share of controversy over the years. Dave Mustaine of Megadeth, who is now a born-again Christian, once even refused to play a Greek festival until the band was dropped from the roster. Nevertheless, Rotting Christ is beloved by legions of black metal fans the world over.

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