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TRIPTYKON with the Metropole Orkest - “Requiem (Live At Roadburn 2019)” marks the bombastic conclusion of a project over 30 years in the making: The legendary Celtic Frost/Triptykon "Requiem" performed for the first time in its entirety and with full classical orchestration (by the Dutch Metropole Orkest). “Requiem” (46:00 min.) is composed of three chapters: 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) and 3. "Winter" (06:54 / First appeared on 2006’s “Monotheist” album by Celtic Frost). This unique and groundbreaking release is available either as Deluxe Artbook (CD, DVD, LP, 7inch, Score, etc.), Special Edition CD+DVD Mediabook, Standard CD Jewelcase, Ltd. Gatefold LP+DVD or as Digital album.
Released July 30 and August 28 through Metal Mind Productions in Europe and North America respectively.
Tracks 1-11 were recorded at the 21st edition of the Metalmania Festival on March 24, 2007 in Katowice, Poland.
Tracks 12-21 were recorded at the Winternachtstraum Festival in February 2007 in Arnsberg, Germany.
1. The Burning Times
2. Era Aggression
3. In Red Iris
2. Storm 2005
- Photo gallery
- Band history
- Desktop images
- Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound
1. Gift 02:27
2. Promenade 03:33
3. Breed 03:28
4. Silent Door 02:48
5. Bella Morte 02:24
6. Nina 04:27
7. Guardian 03:20
8. Spider Shaped Leaves 04:56
9. Bark Loud 04:55
An LP / DVD set featuring a peerless performance from the Norwegian industrial Black Metal godfathers (captured live at the esteemed Roadburn Festival 2017).
The pioneering industrial black metal force to emerge in the early 1990s, Mysticum brought to the world a completely unique brand of extreme and Psychedelic discordant Black Metal with insane drum machine patterns and synths.
They were originally signed to Mayhem guitarist Euronymous' Deathlike Silence Productions label. However, this venture was cut short following his death, forcing Mysticum to look elsewhere for the release of their eventual debut album and genre classic, In the Streams of Inferno (1996). A perfect concoction of cold, primitive Black Metal and forward-thinking ideas, Mysticum has had a lasting and profound impact on many since the 1990s, so when the long-talked about follow-up album, Planet Satan, surfaced in 2014, these godfathers of the scene rightly returned to reclaim their throne.
In light of the release, Mysticum decided that a return to the stage would be the next logical step, but it had to be done their way, without compromise; and so, with Herr General Cerastes, Dr Best and Svartravn stood upon three 3 metre high podiums surrounded by screens, with one of the most intense light and sound spectacles witnessed at an Extreme Metal show, Mysticum stunned the crowd into submission.