Thomas Gabriel Fischer (aka Tom G. Warrior) is among the accurate legends of Western european rock. As mastermind behind renowned avant-garde Swiss thrashers Celtic Frost, the person needs no more launch, as his countless enhancements in the genre remain researched as gospel by era upon era of youthful aspiring steel gods. But Fischer’s tale didn’t end with Celtic Frost and pursuing some many years of inactivity, the vocalist/guitarist came back with a fresh band project known as Apollyon Sunlight. Also featuring previous Coroner drummer (and Frost roadie) Marky Edelmann, guitarist Erol Unala, bassist Dany Zingg and key pad participant Roger Muller, the band’s 1998 debut E.P. God Leaves (And Dies) bore small resemblance towards the Celtic Frost of outdated, but anyone acquainted with Fischer’s C.V. understood this is to be likely. Greatly infused with components of digital music and commercial metallic tendencies, both this and following long participant, 2000’s simply called Sub (where programmer Donovan Szypura changed Muller) had been released by Sanctuary Information. Just how practical or long-term a endeavor Apollyon Sun could become for Fischer continues to be to be observed, but provided these early hints, his disposition towards the brand new and continuously breaking new innovative ground continues to be undiminished.