Triptykon album details
2014-02-07 by Robert Davis CONTRIBUTOR | 15 Comments

Swiss extreme metal group Triptykon have announced details for the band's forthcoming album
entitled Melana Chasmata (translated roughly to mean "Black, deep/depressions,
valleys). The album will be released via Century Media on April 14 in Europe and 15 in North
America.

As with the band's last album, Melana Chasmata was produced by frontman Thomas
Gabriel Fischer and H.R. Giger has once again been hired to design the album art, which this
time around is "more colourful and expansive than on Eparistera Daimones".

You can read more about the forthcoming album here:

http://www.triptykon.net/triptykon/News.html

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Alastor
February 7th 2014

263 Comments


Yay. Giger on the block

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qiblas
February 7th 2014

378 Comments


stoked!

Mabbitt
February 7th 2014

1322 Comments


Triptykon are cool

emester
February 7th 2014

1985 Comments


more stuff to be excited for! Cant Wait!

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zaruyache
February 7th 2014

5847 Comments


More colorful? I'm hoping for some happy pink.

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Voivod
Staff Reviewer
February 8th 2014

5906 Comments


H.R. Giger is the man.

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Hockeytown
February 8th 2014

101 Comments


first album owns, super excited for this

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Wizard
February 8th 2014

19208 Comments


I think a bunch of you faggots (besides Voivod) need to go check out Hellhammer and Celtic Frost before you start pretending to like this band.

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Hockeytown
February 8th 2014

101 Comments


^ pretentious metal elitist stereotype at its strongest

DarkNoctus
Contributing Reviewer
February 9th 2014

8738 Comments


cannot fucking wait

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Wizard
February 9th 2014

19208 Comments


^ pretentious metal elitist stereotype at its strongest

Yep cuz you're probably butt hurt over my comment. Automatic self-defence-mode comment. I love this band to death as a matter of fact so how does that make me an elitist?

ResidentNihilist
February 9th 2014

960 Comments


don't feed the troll

Hockeytown
February 9th 2014

101 Comments


i love this band too, as well as celtic frost + hellhammer, but you assumed to know anonymous internet users entire musical listening histories, calling them faggots. get real buddy, grow up while you're at it. also, don't say someone is being butt-hurt and self defense mode, then go on to do the same.

ResidentNihilist
February 9th 2014

960 Comments


dude, he's just trolling don't fall for the bait

DarkNoctus
Contributing Reviewer
February 9th 2014

8738 Comments


i think the fact he called people faggots without any prior motive made the fact he was being facetious very obvious

but then as a faggot i just let it breeze me by [:



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