Aealo

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Aealo
Rotting Christ Aealo.jpg
Studio album by Rotting Christ
Released February 15, 2010
Recorded Lunatech Studios, Katerini, Greece
July - October 2009
Genre Black metal
Length 50:05
Label Season of Mist
Producer Sakis Tolis
Rotting Christ chronology
Thanatiphoro Anthologio
(2007)
Aealo
(2010)
Κατά τον δαίμονα εαυτού
(2013)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]
Metal Storm N/A[2]

Aealo is the tenth full-length album by Greek extreme metal band Rotting Christ. It was released on 15 February 2010 via Season of Mist.

Vocalist Sakis Tolis stated that "AEALO is the transcription of the Ancient Greek word 'ΕΑΛΩ' into the Latin alphabet. It means thrashing, catastrophe or destruction, and reflects the musical and lyrical content of the album".[3]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Sakis Tolis, except for "Orders from the Dead" by Diamanda Galás.

No. Title Length
1. "Aealo" 3:40
2. "Eon Ænaos" 3:57
3. "Δαιμόνων βρῶσις" (Greek for "Demons' food") 4:56
4. "Noctis Era" 4:49
5. "Dub-Saĝ-Ta-Ke" 2:57
6. "Fire, Death and Fear" 4:34
7. "Nekron Iahes..." (instrumental) 1:08
8. "...Pir Threontai" 4:48
9. "Thou Art Lord" 4:51
10. "Santa Muerte" 5:28
11. "Orders from the Dead" (Diamanda Galás cover) 8:57
  • Track 3's name is transliterated as "Daimóno̱n vró̱sis"

Personnel[edit]

Rotting Christ
Additional personnel
Production
  • Rotting Christ – arrangement
  • Sakis Tolis – production, engineering (keyboards), mixing
  • Dimitrios Ntouvras – engineering (vocals and all other instruments), mixing, mastering

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