Emperor's Return is the second release by the Swiss extreme metal band Celtic Frost. It was released in 1985 as an extended play and was their first record featuring American drummer Reid Cruickshank (aka "Reed St. Mark"). The band's bleak publicity photographs from this period had an influence on the fashion and style of the developing black metal genre.
Авторы текста и музыки. Return to the Eve. Исполнитель. Parched With Thirst Am I and Dying. Авторы текста и музыки. Thomas Fischer, Martin Stricker. WMG (от лица компании "Sanctuary"); BMI - Broadcast Music In. LatinAutor, UBEM, Warner Chappell, LatinAutor - Warner Chappell, CMRRA" и другие авторские общества (6).
Dark Metal Celtic Frost. Band Name Celtic Frost. Album Name Emperor's Return. Type EP. Released date 15 August 1985. Labels Noise International. Music StyleThrash Black. Members owning this album133.
Celtic Frost – Dethroned Emperor (1985 - Emperor s Return). по названию по исполнителю. Decieverion – Dethroned Emperor (Celtic Frost Cover). Celtic Frost – Dethroned Emperor (1984). Celtic Frost – Morbid Tales (Emperor s Return ep 85). 4:05. Vader – Dethroned Emperor (Celtic Frost Cover). Slaughter – Dethroned Emperor (Celtic Frost cover). Celtic Frost – Dethroned Emperor (Rehearsal 1984).
By: Celtic Frost (1985, Rock). More albums from Celtic Frost: Morbid Tales by Celtic Frost. To Mega Therion by Celtic Frost. Cold Lake by Celtic Frost. Monotheist by Celtic Frost. Vanity, Nemesis by Celtic Frost. View all albums . Emperor’s Return. By: Celtic Frost (1985, Rock). 1. Circle Of The Tyrants.
Emperor's Return (1985) by Celtic Frost. Labels: Noise Records. Genres: Thrash Metal, Death Metal. Songs: Circle of the Tyrants, Morbid Tales, Dethroned Emperor, Visual Aggression, Suicidal Winds. Members: Tom G. Warrior, Reed St. Mark, Martin E. Ain, Stephen Priestly.
Hands down, Emperor's Return is the best of Celtic Frost's non full-length fare (unless you're experiencing it in conjunction with the first EP on the CD reissue), and the ramp up towards the band's most brilliant album. Normally it might lose a little luster in the fact that "Circle of the Tyrants" would also appear on To Mega Therion, but I honestly prefer this less atmospheric version for its earthly charms, and alongside "Dethroned Emperor" and "Morbid Tales" it belongs on any highlight reel of their stronger work. It is a very sad fact that when certain non-informed metal fans are asked about Celtic Frost's second EP "Emperor's Return", the collective response is a very loud and infuriating "What?" While that response may cause true metallers to tear their hair out in frustration, cooler heads will find it quite understandable.