Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Celtic Frost - Cold Lake (1988)

Celtic Frost - Cold Lake (1988)

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Side one
1. "Human II" (Intro)     1:06
2. "Seduce Me Tonight"     3:18
3. "Petty Obsession"     3:17
4. "(Once) They Were Eagles"     3:39
5. "Cherry Orchards"     4:19
6. "Juices Like Wine"     4:17

Side two
7. "Little Velvet"     3:40
8. "Blood on Kisses"     3:29
9. "Downtown Hanoi"     4:15
10. "Dance Sleazy"     3:32
11. "Roses Without Thorns"     3:26

CD edition bonus tracks
12. "Tease Me"     2:47
13. "Mexican Radio"      3:32

Celtic Frost Band Members
Tom Gabriel Warrior – lead and backing vocals, rhythm guitar, effects
Oliver Amberg – lead and rhythm guitars, effects, backing vocals
Curt Victor Bryant – bass, effects, backing vocals, lead guitar on track 11
Stephen Priestly – drums, backing vocals
Michelle Villanueva – backing vocals, additional lead vocals on track 5
Brian Hewett – rap on track 1, backing vocals on track 2
Xavier Russell – backing vocals on tracks 1 and 11

Cold Lake is the 3rd studio album by Swiss extreme metal band Celtic Frost, released on 1 September 1988 by Noise Records. It features a new lineup, reformed by bandleader Tom Warrior with newly joined musicians Oliver Amberg, Curt Victor Bryant and Stephen Priestly. Despite it being marketed to exploit the mass appeal of glam metal, the album has more of a traditional heavy metal sound. The album was not popular with the group or its fans and is no longer available to buy, making the LP much sought after by collectors.

After a subsequent North American tour (which saw the addition of a second guitarist, Ron Marks to the groups ranks), financial trouble, personal tension between the band members and an ill-fated relationship with their record label led to a complete dissolution of the band. Six months later, Warrior decided to reform the band with Stephen Priestly back on drums, Oliver Amberg on guitars and Curt Victor Bryant on bass. The resulting album "Cold Lake" was a disappointment to most of the group's established fan-base but achieved notable success in the North American market. Bryant fired Amberg and former live guitarist Ron Marks returned as a guest for the recording of "Vanity / Nemesis" in 1990. The most significant change, however, was the return of early bassist Martin Eric Ain. But Celtic Frost's reputation did not fully recover. The group’s next (and, as it would turn out, last for several years) album was a collection of rare and unreleased recordings called "Parched With Thirst Am I and Dying" in 1992. The compilation's title was inspired by an old Roman prayer. It featured unreleased material, re-recorded versions of older songs and some studio session versions, closing the chapter on one of the most important underground and experimental bands of all time.

Years Active
1984 – 2008 (24 years)

Founded In
Zurich, Zürich, Switzerland

Celtic Frost Members
Curt Victor Bryant (1988 – 1993)
Martin Eric Ain
Oliver Amberg (1988 – 1989)
Reed St. Mark (1985 – 1992)
Ron Marks (1987 – 1990)
Steven Priestly (1986 – 1992)
Thomas Gabriel Warrior (1984 – 2008)

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