Saturday, October 20, 2012

Final shows for the year + new t-shirts

We have several upcoming shows, they will be our last for 2012.

Oct. 26th in Sacramento w/ Valdur and Chronaexus

Oct. 27th in West Sacramento w/ Killgasm and Minenwefer

Nov. 4th in San Francisco w/ Deiphago and Ritual Combat

After these shows we will be taking a break from shows for a while in order to finish
our upcoming full length "Head of the Infidel, Head of Blasphemy". Drums have already
been recorded, so it shouldn't be much longer. 

New t-shirts will be available at these upcoming shows for $10.

Further information on the album will be unleashed as things fall into place. 
Until then, Hail Satanas! Ave Lucifer! 666

Sunday, July 22, 2012

New show confirmed!

Other than the upcoming show with Teratism in SF and Chronaexus/The rain in endless fall in Sacramento
we have been added to another SF ritual with Grave Ritual/Sanguis Imperem in late August.

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Burnt Ramen was a success. Great fucking night, great fucking bands.
Here is a clip from that night.

Our next ritual shall once again take place in Faggot Babylon (San Francisco)
August 3rd with TERATISM.

And August 8th in Sacramento with Chronaexus and The rain in endless fall.

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Rotten Funeral Returns to On the Y 
for the Minenwerfer CD Release Show

 Additional upcoming shows:

 - July 14, 2012 at Burnt Ramen in Richmond w/ Gravehill, Azathoth, and many more.  

- August 03, 2012 at  Submission SF w/ Teratism + TBA

- August 08, 2012 at On The Y w/ The rain in endless fall + Chronaexus 

More info coming soon.  

Rotten Funeral @ Submission SF 6-16-12 

Sacrificing that disgusting cesspool that is San Francisco.
For those of you who missed us, we shall return in August 

666 Rotten Funeral Supports PANZERGOAT 666

Monday, April 23, 2012


Here is the part of the review which covers Rotten Funeral as well as our other band Killgasm.

"Rotten Funeral, a straightforward, corpsepaint-adorned black metal act descended from Darkthrone and/ or Burzum with a pleasing blend of droning riffs, a steady cadence, and harsh rasps were the best of the early bands. Although sort of typical, Rotten Funeral were easily at their best when rolling along with a simple pacing. Surprisingly, Rotten Funeral were also able to provide a sense of atmosphere in a very sterile environment with an attempt at stage dressing.

Everyone’s favorite Satanic grindcore act Killgasm were next and, although I’d never really listen to recordings from the band, their delivery is infectious with all out blasts, screeches, and more than a hint of tongue in cheek humor. The drummer has his shtick down pat, as I’ve witnessed his brand of humor before when Killgasm appeared on a bill with Dodsferd last year."

The rest of the review can be viewed here ----> BLOOD PACT WITH THE DEVIL SHOW REVIEW

Thanks to everyone who came out. Despite getting into a car accident, and a storm, we still made it. All the bands were great and looking forward to the next time we invade Los Angeles.

Sunday, April 1, 2012

Ritual at Dude's Garage

Video of our Ritual at Dude's Garage.
March 30, 2012 - Guest Vocals by Necro Omen
Rotten Funeral "Head of the Infidels - Head of Blasphemy"