If you're already a fan, there is literally no reason why you shouldn't buy this album. In a way, this is a typical Celeste album, one that grinds, claws and gnaws on your well being. Yet, as I mentioned before, there seems to be a bit more variation. Unlike the conceptual feeling of it's predecessor, the songs on 'Infidèle(s)' have their own identity. They're mostly slow, lingering pieces of music and accompagnied by haunting screams. But don't let the tempo fool you. These tunes are killers.
I you are not familiar with this band or you are just getting into black metal, it might be best to consume this album in small portions. This is the "vanta" version of black metal. Even in the metal scene you will not find anything darker or more intense than this album. More that before, Celeste managed to record a solid reference in an ever changing genre, something I can only applaud. So yeah, obviously I recommend this thing to all fans of dark and harsh music. This is a blackened masterpiece.