Released in US by Combat/Noise with red logo, title, and lettering (all other versions came with white logo, title and lettering), and a gatefold sleeve with inner painting; initial version came with a lyric sheet.
Design – Martin Stricker, Thomas Gabriel Fischer. Design – Martin Eric Ain, Micha Good. Drums, Timpani, Percussion, Vocals, Synth – Reed St. Mark. Engineer – Jan "Mann" Nemec. Liner Notes – Thomas Gabriel Fischer. Management – Andy Siegrist, New Requiem Management. Photography By – Alex Solca, Christopher Bruckner, Sepp Sinovatz, Terri Mochizuki. Photography By – Alex Solca, Sepp Sinovatz.
Celtic Frost (/ˈkɛltɪk frɒst/) were a Swiss extreme metal band from Zürich. They are known for their strong influence on the development of extreme metal. Formed in 1981 as Hellhammer, the band became Celtic Frost in 1984 and was active until 1993. It re-formed in 2001 and disbanded following frontman Tom Gabriel Fischer's departure in 2008
Into the Pandemonium" stands as a synonym for a battle that the band could not win. Right from the beginning, Tom G. Warrior and his sidekicks were doomed to failure, because the concept of the album brought the band to its knees. I believe quite a few Celtic Frost fans must have tried to force themselves into liking this album.
Band Name Celtic Frost. Album Name Into the Pandemonium. Data de lançamento 02 Novembro 1987. Labels Noise International. Recorded at Horus Sound Studio. Estilo de MúsicaDark Metal. Membros têm este álbum380.
Into the Pandemonium (1987) by Celtic Frost. Labels: Noise Records. Genres: Avant-garde Metal, Thrash Metal Members: Tom G. Warrior, Martin E. Ain, Reed St. Mark, Claudia-Maria Mokri, Lothar Krist, H. C. 1922. Jurgen Paulmann : Viola (Tracks 4, 10, 11). Recorded from January-April 1987, at Horus Sound Studio, Hannover, Germany. The tracklist reflects the original European LP issue. Some different versions are: - The Canadian LP lists "Sorrows of the Moon" as the fourth track on the first side, but it is actually "Tristesses de la lune" and "Sorrows of the Moon" never plays. The American version also replaces "Sorrows Of The Moon" with "Tristesses de la lune". This configuration also appeared on the 1990 reissue.
Of the first three Celtic Frost albums, the production of Into the Pandemonium is the most flawed. And that's the direct result of the record company not believing in the album and not wanting to invest in the band's career. DID The label's lack of support cause the band to implode or were there other factors? There were other factors, but that was the prime cause. After experiencing these conflicts with Into the Pandemonium, we knew we couldn't go on like this. We were an increasingly artistic and ambitious band. We had found success and we didn't want to waste it.
Celtic Frost One In Their Pride (Porthole Mix) (Into The Pandemonium, 1999). Celtic Frost Mexican radio ("Into the Pandemonium",1987). Celtic Frost (Into the Pandemonium) One in Their Pride. Celtic Frost 1987 - Into The Pandemonium (Full Album). Celtic Frost Tristesses De La Lune (Into The Pandemonium, 1987).