CELTIC FROST: 25-Minute Video Interview Available

October 1, 2007

Metalkult.com has posted the final installment of its four-part, 25-minute interview with CELTIC FROST's Thomas Gabriel Fischer and Martin Eric Ain on the group's groundbreaking 1984 album "Morbid Tales".

The video was shot on May 7, 2007, at guitarist/vocalist Fischer and bassist Ain's hotel near The Fillmore East at Irving Plaza in New York City, where CELTIC FROST were playing a gig on the third leg of their international tour behind 2006's brutal return to form "Monotheist". That night's gig was in support of headliners TYPE O NEGATIVE.

In the four episodes, Fischer and Ain talk about their formation in the cold-war Eighties, the gear they used to conjure "Morbid Tales"'s inhuman sounds and how they inadvertently created one of the one of extreme metal's most influential albums.

To see this video, go to Metalkult.com now.

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