Believe it or not, there was a time when TIAMAT was relevant. It was a time before this:
Just to dispel any unnecessary speculation, that time was 1990. The relevant album in question was indeed their Swedeath opus Sumerian Cry, which, for the record (no pun intended) was the first full-length to be recorded at Sunlight Studios in Stockholm (Left Hand Path, No Canonization, and Dark Recollections were all recorded there in the following four months). So believe it or not, this horrible band was once really good and actually kind of important in the overall history of Swedish Death Metal. Weird, right?
Maybe we'll talk about Treblinka at some point, too. Maybe not.