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Ice Shaped God - Rotting Christ - Non Serviam (Cassette, Album)

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  • Zolozahn
    In this version (in contrast to Rotting Christ - Non Serviam) tape font colour is gold, and insert is different. Recorded at Storm Studio September - October Track A4 misspelled on release, but correctly noted in tracklist above.
  • Dataur
    Ice Shaped God Lyrics: Petrified shadows / Malevolent motives / Open the fifth gate of lent / Enter to a snowy fantasmagoria / Emerge from nowhere / No father no mother / An unnature utterus / The.
  • Mugis
    Rotting Christ - Non Serviam (I will not Serve). Dont forget to worship your undergrounf local scene! - geitridefrasmaronilabiccithege.co
  • Ducage
    Ice Shaped God by Rotting Christ, released 23 January “Non Serviam” () has a characteristic sound of the Storm studio (which was essentially the band's private studio) that marked the whole Greek scene and established the band as one of the most acclaimed death metal acts worldwide. Rotting Christ. go to album. Unus by.
  • Zulkikus
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Non Serviam on Discogs.
  • Golkree
    In Latin, Non serviam translates to "I will not serve", and Biblically refers to Satan's refusal to serve God. It also has some different connotations in secular literary works. Frontman Sakis Tolis has the words tattooed on his stomach.. After 12 years of discontinued print, the album was re-released by The End Records in Contrary to popular belief that drum programming was used on.
  • Kagalmaran
    My first exposure to Rotting Christ came from hearing the song "Ice Shaped God", on 'The Haunted Mansion'. Idiotically, I recall thinking the guy said it was "I Shape God" at first, so it took a little while before I was even aware of the correct title. Over time, I'd go on to record a couple more songs from the radio, that came off of this album.
  • Tosida
    Released in October , Non Serviam is the second full-length album from the Greek Black Metal band, Rotting Christ. It was released by Unisound Records and, apparently, they did little to promote this great record. I've read that the album was somewhat rushed, not getting the proper time for mastering.
  • Akijin
    Rotting Christ continued to refine their distinctive extreme metal sound (part black, part death, part anyone's guess) with their second full album, Non Serviam, which, above all else, seemed to relinquish much of its already impressive predecessor, Thy Mighty Contract's tendency towards accelerated tempos. Sure, certain songs ("Where Mortals Have No Pride," "Mephesis of Black Crystal," "Ice.

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