Monotheist - Celtic Frost Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Heavy Metal / Artist: Celtic Frost / Audio CD released 2006-05-29 at Century Media / Disc #1 ... more
Monotheist - Celtic Frost ... Tracklisting
3 Dying God Coming Into Human Flesh
4 Drown In Ashes
5 Os Abysmi Vel Daath
6 Temple Of Depression
8 Domain Of Decay
9 Ain Elohim
11 Synagoga Satanae
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by - written on 15/05/08 (Very useful, 17 readings)
Over ten years after their break-up, Swiss metal legends Celtic Frost reformed with the high-profile comeback release 'Monotheist,' an album that successfully recaptures much of what made them great in the first place, without feeling like a step backwards for a band that was constantly reinventing itself. This is a difficult album to approach, even for those inducted into the world of extreme metal. It's predominantly slow, ominous and crushingly heavy, interjected with old-school thrash metal reminiscent of the 'Morbid Tales' and 'To Mega Therion' releases, and it's almost always overlong. The hammering production values make for a loud and excruciating ... Read the complete review
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