I can't be bothered to bend the obtuse search function to my will so forgive me if this is a repost, but I am just getting back into this band. I used to listen to them back when Theogonia was relatively new, and listened to their next two albums after that a fair bit. They fell off my radar for quite a few years as my musical tastes generally shifted away from traditional metal, but today I ended up watching two full livestream concerts they did over quarantine and was really impressed. They're all old and grey but they sound great, the production is superb, and it's really impressive that they delivered these inspired performances to an audience they couldn't see. I like Sakis' vocals in these videos even more than the studio recordings, there's a real earnestness to his delivery that I'll trade for the "intensity" of multi-tracked vox any day. I never really listened to their older material but I've been digging into it today and really enjoying it. I read somewhere that their use of synths in the early 90s was fairly innovative at the time in BM, it's interesting to see how pervasive those aesthetics are now. Overall I'm finding that their style is still innovative and they're standing the test of time very impressively. I'm also impressed on a personal/ideological level with their active rejection of NSBM horsesh!t. I wish they'd done Keravnos Kivernitos in either of the livestream concerts, that was my jam back in the day. Amazing to see how old they look compared to this video. This song still gets stuck in my head regularly, great hooks throughout and the melodic breakdown at 3:21 is so stupidly catchy and hummable. Hooray for Rotting Christ!