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Celestial Season

From: Netherlands
Last Known Status: Disbanded

Latest Celestial Season News

Below is our complete Celestial Season news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Delain Taps George Oosthoek

After previously announcing both Alissa White-Gluz and Marco Hietala as guests to appear on a new album, Delain has now issued this update about bringing on another guest vocalist:

"And yet another guest performance for our upcoming record 'The Human Contradiction.' We're proud to announce the return of: George Oosthoek.

"The collaboration between Delain and George goes way back! He already performed with us on our debut Lucidity and has often joined us at live gigs over the years. His brutal grunts don't find their equal easily, and since our upcoming record 'The Human Contradiction' in many ways re?ects back on our earlier work that featured his grunts, we are very excited about this reunion!"

George adds: "They tricked me!!!! Just kidding! It was a pleasure working with the girl and guys again. From what I've heard 'The Human Contradiction' is Delain's heaviest album up till now. It sounds massive. I'm honoured that they asked me to be part of it. I hope you will like it too. Rock on!!!"

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Celestial Season Regroups

Legendary nineties Dutch doom metal band Celestial Season has announced that it will regroup and perform at the Roadburn Festival 2012 in Tillburg on April 14th, 2012. The band will perform the groundbreaking album "Solar Lovers" in it's entirety at the Midi Theatre. Go to the Roadburn website for more information. You can read the full interview about the reunion by going here.


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Celestial Season To Reissue "Solar Lovers"

Nineties doom band Celestial Season will reissue their most popular disc, Solar Lovers, March 28. The Dutch band's third album was recorded in 1995 and includes "Body as Canvas," "Fandago" and "The Holy Snake." Celestial Season broke up in 2002.

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