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Rotting Christ Posts New Song "Fire, God And Fear" Online

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Greek black metal veterans Rotting Christ has posted a new song online entitled, "Fire, God And Fear". You can check it out below. The song comes from the band's forthcoming new album, "The Heretics," which is set to be released through Season Of Mist on February 15th. Speaking about the song, the band stated:

"Dear Metal brothers around,

"After almost three years of silence and countless hours of inner search, we can proudly announce our fresh artistic worry that is represented from the song "Fire, God and Fear" that is taken from the upcoming opus "The Heretics'" that will be released later next year. A song that definitelly won't create a clear opinion on how the new album will sound but can show the Heretic and atmospheric approach we have choosed with our latest creation. Hope you will enjoy our new creation and untill we cross paths mentally...

"Non Serviam brothers & sisters!"

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f*** you Orchard Records for blocking You Tube in U.S..

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