CELTIC FROST Mainman Gets His 'Death Mask'; Photo Available

CELTIC FROST mainman Tom Gabriel Fischer has posted the following message on his blog:

"Spent time at the premises of Fangoria magazine on Broadway in New York to have a life cast taken of me by Josh Turi, Tom Denier, Jr., and Eli Livingston. Tom then made a mould of it in order to allow me to manufacture my own premature death masks for an art project of mine.

"I am deeply grateful to the amazing Les Barany for arranging all of this on relatively short notice. This has been on my mind for many years, longer even than CELTIC FROST exists, and Les has made it possible for me to now proceed with it. We shall see what results from it."

Check out a photo of Tom Gabriel Fischer's "life cast" at this location.

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