There is more than one artist with this name: 1.) Celeste is a French black/sludge/post-metal/hardcore band with ex-Mihai Edrisch members. They released their first EP, "Pessimiste(s)", at the end of November 2006, an album in 2008 entitled "Nihiliste(s)", their second full-length, "Misanthrope(s)" was out in February 2009, their third album ''Morte(s) Née(s)'' in early 2010, their fourth album "Animale(s)" in 2013 and their fifth album "Infidèle(s)" was released on September 28th, 2017. "Pessimists, nihilists, misanthropes and deadborns: the history of Celeste is just as it sounds: negative, gloomy and destructive. A sevenfold, life-denying deluxe noise-theatre." This is Metal Hammer's conclusion on Celeste's last album "Animale(s)". Four years later, after more than ten years of existence and more than 300 shows all around the globe, Celeste releases the highly anticipated follow-up, their sixth album "Infidèle(s)". Celeste, along with Blut Aus Nord and Deathspell Omega, may be considered as one of the most important bands of the worldwide famous French avant-garde black metal scene. However Celeste's influences are so wide that this label does not do them justice. The spectrum of their sound is hard to define but at the same time easy to recognise by its uniqueness. As Metal.de puts it: "Celeste are gargantuan and obscure, mysteriously black. No ray of light can penetrate the darkness surrounding them. Yet, if you need a picture you should imagine 'Animale(S)' as a faceless, gloomy monstrosity which uses its countless arms to pick elements from various musical pidgeon-holes without giving a shit whether it is black or doom metal, post-hardcore or sludge. The only thing which matters is that Celeste successfully managed to follow their agenda with many more facets than on their first albums." Not yet satisfied with the level of detail on "Animale(s)", Celeste have doubled their efforts in writing and producing "Infidèle(s)". Thus their new album is by far their most diversified to date, showcasing ever richer melodies. While "Animale(s)" was rather a cohesive concept album, on "Infidèle(s)" each song is different and stands on its own. Celeste have gone a long way from their relentless first albums where you could barely notice when a song finished and the next one started. Here we are facing 10 different absolute entities, each with its own character and emotion. As usual vocalist Johan worked closely with a photographer in order to create an artwork which matches the artistic vision of the band. The worldwide renowned artist Marta Bevacqua accepted the challenge and the massive production with ten female models was certainly worth the effort. The resulting artwork of "Infidèle(s)" is simply iconic. Celeste still are, and will always be the masters of black. Like no others they understand its various shades, its warmth and its coldness, its exclusiveness and immersiveness, its monstrosity and its beauty. 2.) Celeste is an Italian progressive rock band composed of Giorgio Battaglia (bass), Leonardo Lagorio (keyboards, flute), Ciro Perrino (percussion, flute, vocals) and Mario Schiavolini (guitars, violin). They published their first album in 1976. This album is well-known among Progressive Rock fans becaus it is litterally drenched with Mellotron ! 3.) Celeste is an up and coming band from Atlanta, Georgia. They have four members: Joel, Paul, Greg and Kenny. 4.) A pianist/composer from New Guinea, and has a self-named album that was released in 2003. 5.) Celeste is also a singer/songwriter from Virginia with a sound reminiscent of Carole King and Norah Jones. 6.) Celeste is a Norwegian rock band from Lillestrøm. They consist of Remi Nordby on guitar/vocals, Espen Skjærlund on bass and Øystein Indrevær on drums; established in the autumn 2006. Celeste released the EP "Bring It Back EP" in April 2009. 7.) Celeste is known as Malibu's Rock-Angel. Hailing from Malibu, California. U.S.A. This Alternative/Pop/Rock/R&B crossover artist has been on the scene since she was 11 years old. Now on Sell A Band to get out from label's shelving her efforts.