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CELESTINE are a five piece post-metal outfit hailing from the island country of Iceland.While their influences include the groovy polyrhythms of MESHUGGAH and the ambience of ISIS,the band refuse to merely write mimicry.Instead they expound on the sounds of their idols to create songs that are not only unique,but memorable.

The band recently self-released their debut,"At the Borders of Arcadia"in Iceland in 2008.So impressed with the release,Milkweed Records has agreed to re-release it in the U.S.A. and around the world.Featuring 6 epic songs of heavy post-metal,"At the Borders of Arcadia" is highly recommended and a must own for fans of CONVERGE, BURIED INSIDE, ISIS, MESHUGGAH, and NEUROSIS.


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At the Borders of Arcadia
Celestine Experimental/Post Metal

Review by Marty McFly
Special Collaborator Errors and Omissions Team

— First review of this album —
2 stars Noisy and building the atmosphere from feelings of terror (or horror?) while combining it with more acoustic parts, that's Despair. Track is quite short, just 4 minutes, but that doesn't matter in general at all, because whole album is of EP size (25 minutes). Fortunately that it's not so long, because it's ear frontal assault of worst kind. As I said, screaming, harsh guitars and music. While I'm not fan of this genre, the rest (atmosphere that doesn't work here, dark elements) are not so strong to attract me.

2(-), this is big disappointment to be honest. I've expected more, maybe foolishly (because they're from Iceland)

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