Celtic Frost conceptual continuation project Triptykon, with full classical orchestration by the Dutch Metropole Orkest, presenting the trilogy of songs spanning 1987 to the present.
The album features cover art entitled “Blood Angel” created by Daniele Valeriani. Frontman, guitarist, and founder Thomas G. Warrior had this to say:
We are truly, deeply delighted to be able to have been granted the opportunity to finish this unique project begun by Celtic Frost so many years ago, and to finally share the completed recording with the world. This album is the result of two years of passionate work, and it marks the conclusion of a musical idea first considered over three decades ago. Moreover, this Requiem also represents drummer Hannes Grossmann’s first recording with Triptykon, and we are very proud to feature him in such an extraordinary context. It was an incredible honour to collaborate with the Metropole Orkest, conductor Jukka Iisakkila, guest vocalist Safa Heraghi, and the esteemed Roadburn festival. In fact, there couldn’t have been a better partner for the Requiem project than Roadburn. We are releasing this Requiem album in memoriam of our deeply missed friends and collaborators Martin Eric Ain and HR Giger.
- 1. “Rex Irae” (06:34 min.) (First appeared on 1987’s “Into The Pandemonium” album by Celtic Frost)
- 2. “Grave Eternal” (32:28 min.) (Newly written middle part)
- 3. “Winter” (06:54 min.) (First appeared on 2006’s “Monotheist” album by Celtic Frost)
Slated for release on May 15, 2020, the album will arrive in the following formats:
- Special Edition CD + DVD Mediabook
- Ltd. Gatefold LP + DVD (With LP-Booklet and 2x poster)
- Standard CD Jewelcase
- Ltd. Deluxe Artbook with coloured LP + CD + DVD + coloured 7Inch (With bonus track, score book of 60 pages, 3x poster, artprint and photocard)
- Digital album
Unlimited black 180g. vinyl and selected ltd. coloured editions!
- Tom Gabriel Warrior – voice, guitar
- Hannes Grossmann – drums, percussion
- Vanja Slajh – bass, vocals
- V. Santura – guitar, vocals
Tags: celtic frost, death metal, symphonic
3 thoughts on “Triptykon Announces Release of Requiem (Live at Roadburn 2019)”
Not the damm Orchestra gimmick….
I praise this man for rockin’the skullet though, balding sucks. The eyeliner is gay though.
To be fair, the aging tranny look kinda suits Tom.
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