CELTIC FROST Reunion Official, New CD On The Way

Despite former CELTIC FROST mainman Tom Fischer's previous statements to the contrary, the much-rumored reunion of the Swiss avant-garde metal act is very much in the planning stages and the group's comeback album should surface before the end of the year or in early 2003. Fischer recently spoke to Metaluk.com about the upcoming reunion and he revealed that the band (featuring the classic Into The Pandemonium foursome of Thomas Gabriel Fischer (guitar/vocals), Reed St. Mark (drums), Martin Eric Ain (bass), and Ron Marks (guitar), with various guests being brought in to augment the sound) are currently working on a new album which will be "very unique, experimental, dark and heavy." Keep checking Metaluk.com for the full interview, which is scheduled to be posted online shortly.


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