Vanity/Nemesis Album

Celtic Frost

About Vanity/Nemesis

Vanity/Nemesis is the fourth studio album by Swiss heavy metal band Celtic Frost, released on April 11, 1990 through Noise Records. Modern reviews see this album as a return-to-form compared to the band's previous album, Cold Lake, but contemporary critics panned it. The band continued experimenting and evolving their music, this time fusing elements of traditional heavy metal, thrash metal and gothic rock. It has a different sound from the black/thrash metal of the first 2 albums, or the avant-garde metal of Into the Pandemonium, although Vanity/Nemesis retains lyrical and musical elements from those releases. Vanity/Nemesis would be Celtic Frost's last studio album before the dissolution of the band in 1993 and until their return album in 2006 Monotheist. Vanity/Nemesis was re-released in 1999 with additional tracks. The album also includes a cover of David Bowie's 1977 hit "Heroes". The track "The Heart Beneath" was used on the Manga Entertainment compilation trailers on the UK, Dutch and Australian released video tapes 


Year:
1989
Disc#SongDuration
11
The Heart Beneath
3:49 
13
Wings of Solitude
4:36 
14
The Name of My Bride
4:33 
155:52 
164:40 
165:40 
173:31 
19
Vanity
4:26 
1113:47 
112
A Descent To Babylon (Babylon Asleep)
4:25 
283:05 
2107:49 
2113:48 

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