CELTIC FROST Confirmed For Bulgaria's MONSTERS OF ROCK Festival

Seminal avant-garde metal pioneers CELTIC FROST have been confirmed for the Monsters of Rock festival, set to take place August 3-7 at the Black Sea resort of Varna in Bulgaria. Also scheduled to appear are MOTÖRHEAD, SAXON, UFO, KREATOR, ONSLAUGHT, MASTERPLAN, U.D.O., OVERKILL, DORO PESCH, NEVERMORE, ROSE TATTOO, GAMMA RAY and many others.

For a complete listing of upcoming CELTIC FROST tour dates, click here.

As previously reported, Century Media Records has set a May 30 North American release date for CELTIC FROST's new album, "Monotheist" (one day earlier internationally). The band's first CD in 13 years features 11 songs all produced by the band with Peter Tägtgren (HYPOCRISY, PAIN). The album will be released simultaneously in all territories in three different configurations including a limited-edition digipak containing the bonus track "Temple Of Depression" and a vinyl LP with another bonus title, "Incantation Against You".


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