CELTIC FROST: New Demo Track Posted Online
CELTIC FROST have posted a new version of the previously released demo track "Ground" at this location.
Commented guitarist/producer Erol Unala: "This Saturday I just finished mixing a new version of 'Ground', this time it's the full band, recorded live at our rehearsal room. The vocals and lead guitar overdubs were added shortly thereafter."
CELTIC FROST have yet to announce a record label or release date for their long-awaited new album, tentatively titled "Probe". Joining Unala and mainman Tom Gabriel Fischer on the recording is the group's original bassist Martin Ain.
As previously reported, Fischer recently announced plans to record a solo album, tentatively due next year. The as-yet-untitled effort will reportedly contain material that "is very closely related to my personal life and emotions," according to Fischer. "It is much more somber and utterly dark [than previous band APOLLYON SUN], as has been my life in recent years. The music can perhaps be described as dark wave, electronica... or, much better, as my innermost feelings and emotions turned into soundscapes, aural paintings."
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