CELTIC FROST's MARTIN AIN Describes Incident With Former Session Guitarist

The Norwegian edition of MTV's "Headbanger's Ball" has posted a short video clip of Martin Ain and Franco Sesa of CELTIC FROST talking about one little incident they had in the U.S. with their previous session guitarist, namely Norway's own Anders Odden.

Odden formed the legendary Norwegian death metal band CADAVER in the late 1980s, and is now playing in a group called MAGENTA with his wife Vilde Odden.

MAGENTA was set to do a mini-tour with Paul Raven's MOB RESEARCH in November 2007, but the trek got canceled due to Raven's tragic death.

CELTIC FROST's video for "A Dying God Coming into Human Flesh", a song taken from their first album in 13 years, "Monotheist", can be viewed at YouTube. The fascinatingly gloomy clip was filmed in mid-August 2006 by up-and-coming Swiss director Jessie Fischer (no relation to singer/guitarist Tom Gabriel Fischer) in Zürich, Switzerland.


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