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Triptykon Enters European Album Charts

Triptykon, the new band from Celtic Frost and Hellhammer mastermind Tom G. Fischer, has entered the album charts in several European countries with their debut effort, ""Eparistera Daimones." The album charted highest in Finland where it secured the number 28 spot and also found success in Germany and the bands native Switzerland with rankings of number 81 and number 73 respectively. The album is now available worldwide via Century Media/Prowling Death Records.

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1. hellrat writes:

fvck...from the little bit i've heard, this record sound fvckin killer....texural, malleable soundscapes with some brutally heavy sh** on there....look forward to giving it a full and proper complete listen

it seems more folks would be aware of this latest of warrior's unique works??? ah hell, who the fvck knows...

check it out---fvckin killer tunes

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2. deathfreak writes:

The album kicks ass

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3. James Hunnicutt writes:

"Eparistera Daimones" is a masterpiece in of itself & a wonderful continuance to Tom G. Warrior's legacy... Buy it! You won't be disappointed
myspace.com/triptykonofficial

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4. Cynic writes:

Just ordered this in, picking it up tomorrow so it'll be a frosty day \m/

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