Rotting Christ, Deus Mortem, Stillborn and Impure Declaration will play together as part of the “Ravens of Dispersion over Poland” tour.
Rotting Christ is a Greek black metal band formed in Athens in 1987. As of 2019, the band has released thirteen studio albums and a number of minor releases. The formation’s recordings are probably the most popular in Greece. In the course of more than twenty years of existence, the band has undergone stylistic changes more than once, from raw black metal sounds, to heavy doom/death metal, to melodic black metal, very different from Scandinavian black metal bands such as Emperor or Limbonic Art. About Deus Mortem, on the other hand, it can be said that few bands in Poland have brought so much freshness to extreme music in recent years, without leaning outside the orthodox framework of the genre. Commanded by Necrosodom (Anima Damnata, Plaga, Azarath), the band does it with “killer perfection” and at absolutely “world level”; the best proof of which is Kosmocide, hailed by Chaos Vault as one of the most important records of 2019. Stillborn is a Polish band from Podkarpacie region, performing music from the borderline of black and death metal. Formed in 1997 in Mielec. Impure Declaration, on the other hand, appeared on the Polish black/death scene relatively recently and, without asking anyone for their opinion, proudly stood in one line next to Bestial Raids or Temple Desecration.