The Sala Caracol is the stage chosen to flood the city with metal music, offering two presentations in a single evening and on the same stage. Inquisition will bring its latest album from the United States and Rotting Christ will present its latest album, Rituals.
Inquisition is a band created in 1988 in Santiago de Cali (Colombia) which started out with thrash metal but had adapted its style to Black Metal by 1994. Two years later, Dagon (its creator) travelled to the USA in search of a drummer, finding Incubus, the duo’s current drummer.
The personality of the group lies mainly in the voice of Dagon, who intentionally sings monotonously, in order to take the audience into a state of trance. With its latest album, Obscure Verses for the Multiverse, the group has reached the top of Black Metal and in April this year, they announced that they will release an album this year.
Rotting Christ is an extreme metal band which was created at the end of the 1980s in Athens by the brothers, Sakis and Themis Tolis. After several changes in the group, it is now rounded off with George Emmanuel and Vaggelis Karzis. After eleven studio albums, this year, it is presenting its latest masterpiece, Rituals.
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