Celestial Bodies is a Dutch act, formed by members of Dead Neanderthals and Nihil. One being a heavy jazz act and the other one being a noisy black metal act, you kind of know what you might expect from this cooperation. And then you would still be shocked by this thing.
Perhaps the best way to describe this album is this one:
Imagine Haus Arafna locked up in a Norwegian basement in the nineties, jamming with Euronymous and Dead, completely wasted on drugs and alcohol. They're pissed off too and their producer thinks the best way to record it, is by using a Fisher Price tape recorder. It was either recording this album or burning a church.
So yeah, this is harsh noise, laced with blackened power electronics and some more harsh noise. Of course this is isn't suited for everyone, not even tolerable to many. But recording this thing must have been an intense and cleansing experience for these Celestial Bodies. My advice? I'm not going to give you any advice on this. I don't want to get sued because of mental damage caused by this album.
But is it good or is it bad? Well, it's awful but it's awful in a similar way than the Apes In Planet Of The Apes look like evil Apes. Those actors are meant to be made ugly and apelike and this album is meant to be awful and painful. Besides, 'Sign Of The Wolf' is is a stunning noise tune, no doubt about that. Now if you'll excuse me, I have to go slaughter some Christians for some reason...