CELTIC FROST Mainman Will Be Well Enough To Play Next Week's SWEDEN ROCK FESTIVAL

As BLABBERMOUTH.NET first reported yesterday, CELTIC FROST cancelled their scheduled appearance at the Rock Hard Festival in Gelsenkirchen, Germany Saturday night (June 3) after mainman Thomas Gabriel Fischer was rushed to the hospital as a result of suffering from "acute kidney problems" and was flown back to Switzerland earlier today. According to the organizers of the Sweden Rock Festival (slateed for June 8-10 in Sölvesborg, Sweden), where CELTIC FROST are scheduled to perform next weekend, "We can now tell you that CELTIC FROST WILL play at Sweden Rock Festival next week, so don't worry!"

CELTIC FROST's long-awaited "comeback" CD, "Monotheist", was released on May 30 via Century Media Records (one day earlier internationally).


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