Santura. Its dark, seedy, malicious music. On the upside, "Tree of Suffocating Souls" is not the only fist-pumping, easy to digest nugget here. Triptykon's official website Tom Fischer's official blog . Tom's tyrannical vocals and Santura's raspy vocals go hand in hand and honestly, I wish every song included him, especially on the second track where Santura's vocals are used throughout the whole song and on In the Sleep Of Death as well.
Risk-taking is something that has typified the very artistic ethos of Fischer across his long career, and although all his forays into various styles havent been successful, it is hard to argue against the fact that his experimentations alongside the basal style he has honed for himself since his return to metal has been nothing short of stellar. Celtic Frost laid the foundation for death and black metal, pushing metal into more obscure territories with riffing inspired by both classical music and Discharge; the group's Gothic sensibilities in songwriting and dress still loom over underground metal. Melana Chasmata is the kind of album that you listen to and enjoy but wont come back to too frequently. I don't want to spoil the review right away, but this album is purely amazing and worth the 4 years of wait. Fischer became the Dethroned Emperor he once sang about from Celtic Frost's internal strife, and he wasn't going to take that lying down. From the Venom/d-beat punk-inspired occultist primitivisms of Hellhammer, to the proto-extreme metal vnt-grdist tendencies of Celtic Frost, with the latter ultimately being subjected to (in retrospect) unintended stylistic shifts that led to its first downfall, while human conflicts led to its final demise. Triptykons Melana Chasmata comes out April 15 on Century Media.
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