|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Mirrored Revelation||8||Audio||2002||Arctic Music Group|
|2||Instinct||10||Audio||2005||Metal Age Productions|
|3||Spirits||4||Audio||2000||Not On Label|
Norwegian Celebratum was formed as a Doom/Death Metal band in 1996 by Romul (vocals, bass), Wharrl (guitar), Scython (guitar) and Stig (drums). Stig eventually joined the army and was then kicked out of the band. His replacement was Vargon of Hellstorm. The band then changed their musical style to Death/Black Metal and in 1999 they recorded their first demo, "Carpe Noctem", which was well received. The following year they recorded the second demo, "Spirits", in the Swedish Abyss Studio. They also played their first gig that year.
In 2001 they were signed to Arctic Music Group. Romul decided to concrate on vocals only and then Telal (bass) was recruited. At the end of the year they began recording their first full-length album, "Mirrored Revelation", in Abyss Studio. It was then released the following year and at the end of the year Scython left the band. The band also began work on new material.
In 2003 Telal was kicked out of the and was replaced by Vlad Tepes. Morchyon (guitar) also joined the band which made the line-up complete. The band also began playing a few live shows.