Celeste (band)

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Celeste
Celeste, live Berlin 2015

Celeste, live Berlin 2015
Basic information
Origin Lyon, France
Genre Black Metal, Sludge, Post-Hardcore
Founded 2005
Current members
Johan
Guillaume
Sébastien
Royer

Celeste is a french band from Lyon. Founded in 2005, Celeste plays a mix of styles from Sludge, Black Metal and Post-Hardcore. From their beginnings they released five albums up to now.

History[edit]

Celeste was founded 2005 in the Lyon Hardcore-punk-scene and has not changed its members since then.[1] Some members played initially as part of the screamo-Band Mihai Edrisch too, which divided in 2006 in Celeste and Daïtro.[2]

2006 they released their first EP, followed in 2008 by their first album, released by the German label Denovali Records. [1] Since then, they released four more albums and toured wide parts of Europe repeatedly, Russia, Asia and the USA.[3]

Style[edit]

Celeste plays a mix of sludge, Black metal and Post-hardcore,[4] with elements from Doomcore[5], Doom Metal and Death Metal[2]. The band refuses other bands as influences.[1]

Discography[edit]

  • 2006: Pessimiste(s) (EP, Matrix)
  • 2008: Nihiliste(s) (Denovali Records)
  • 2009: Misanthrope(s) (Denovali Records)
  • 2010: Morte(s) Nee(s) (Denovali Records)
  • 2013: Animale(s) (Denovali Records)
  • 2017: Infidèle(s) (Denovali Records)

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