Celtic Frost

Celtic Frost

Celtic Frost was an influential extreme metal / avant-garde band from Zürich, Switzerland. They are known for their heavy influence on the extreme metal and gothic metal genres. The group was first active from 1984 to 1993, and re-formed in 2001. Following Tom Gabriel Fischer’s departure in 2008, Celtic Frost decided to break up again. Celtic Frost’s frontman, guitarist and singer Tom Gabriel Fischer, adopted the alias Tom Warrior.

Vintage Magazines with Celtic Frost

Screamer Magazine February 1992

Screamer Magazine February 1992
Issue: February 1992. Featuring: MSG. Also Included 24-7 Spyz, Armed Forces, Blitzspeer, Hexx, Lillian Axe, Nuclear Valdez, Pyschefunkapus, War Babies and Much More.

Screamer Magazine October 1991

Screamer Magazine October 1991
Issue: October 1991. Featuring: Ozzy Osbourne. Also Included Van Halen, Bang Tango, Craig Goldy, LA Guns, Napalm Death, Ratt, Richie Sambora, Sacred Reich, Sepultura, Sick Of It All, Vinnie Moore and Much More.

Screamer Magazine September 1990

Screamer Magazine September 1990
Issue: September 1990. Featuring: Anthrax. Also Included Every Mother's Nightmare, Queensryche, Vixen, Annihilator, Cry Wolf, Mother Love Bone, Savatage, Shy England, Yngwie Malmsteen and Much More.

Screamer Magazine March 1990

Screamer Magazine March 1990
Issue: March 1990. Featuring: Scorpions. Also Included Sound Garden, Damn Yankees, MSG, Julliet, London Quireboys, Lord Tracy, Rory Emerald, Salty Dog, Voivod, Vain, XYZ and Much.

Screamer Magazine January 1989

Screamer Magazine January 1989
Issue: January 1989. Featuring: BulletBoys. Also Included Celtic Frost, Black Cherry, Voivod and Much More.

Articles with Celtic Frost

Martin Eric Ain (Celtic Frost / Hellhammer) – R.I.P.

“The sands of time will never run, for an immortal dead man” Hellhammer/Celtic Frost, “Visions Of Mortality”, 1984, lyrics by Martin Eric Ain. —————————– Martin Eric Ain. 18. July 1967 – 21. October 2017   “I have had to draft a disconcerting number of obituaries in recent years, mourning the loss of individuals who were… Read more »


Screamer Magazine February 1992

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Screamer Magazine October 1991

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Screamer Magazine September 1990

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Screamer Magazine March 1990

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Screamer Magazine January 1989

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