ROTTING CHRIST Release Bonus Track “Primal Resurrection”

Brothers and sisters of the sacred metal conclave, the hour is upon us to unite under the blackened banner of ROTTING CHRIST once more. With hearts ablaze and spirits untamed, the Tolis brothers proudly present to you the bonus single ‘Primal Resurrection’ from the recently released full-length album, Pro Xristou.

For over three electrifying decades, ROTTING CHRIST have harnessed the whispers of ancient gods, crafting symphonies that resonate with the soul of the true metal spirit. Pro Xristou, translating fervently to ‘Before Christ’, is a blackened testament, a beacon in the dark celebrating the endurance of pagan might amidst the looming shadows of Christianity.

Primal Resurrection emerges as a phoenix from the ashes of history, embodying the essence of our signature sound—a ceremonious blend of mesmeric melodies, harrowing atmospheres, and the valiant roar of epic metal. This song is a voyage back to an era where gods walked among men, and the last pagan kings battled valiantly against the encroaching tides of oblivion, safeguarding the relics of a wisdom too profound to perish.

The full bonus track is now available on the Rotting Christ YouTube channel:

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Pro Xristou & Pro Xristou – Deluxe Edition is out now on Season of Mist & all streaming platforms


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1. Pro Xristou (Προ Χριστού) (1:29)
2. The Apostate (5:01) [WATCH]
3. Like Father, Like Son (4:35) [WATCH]
 4. The Sixth Day (3:56)
5. La Lettera Del Diavolo (4:01)
6. The Farewell (6:15)
7. Pix Lax Dax (4:33)
8. Pretty World, Pretty Dies (4:51) [WATCH]
9. Yggdrasil (5:04)
10. Saoirse (6:17) [WATCH]
11. Primal Resurrection (Bonus Track) (5:32) – Only Deluxe Editions! [WATCH]
12. All For One (Bonus Track) (3:37) – Only Deluxe Editions!
Total runtime: 55:17

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