For those of you who have been eagerly awaiting the chance to hear the new Ghost B.C. album Infestissumam, your prayers have been answered. Pitchfork is now streaming the entire album, so click on over to listen to some good old fashioned Satanic rock/metal.
I’ve been hooked on Ghost B.C. since their debut full-length Opus Eponymous back in 2010. Their slightly quirky approach to songwriting is incredibly catchy and fun and they’re simply a fantastic band. Head on below to see their latest music video for “Year Zero”. READ MORE
NWOBHM rockers Ghost B.C. have released a music video for “Secular Haze”, which comes off their upcoming sophomore release Infestissumam (out Apr. 9th via Loma Vista Recordings). The video, directed by Amir Chamdin, was filmed in the band’s hometown of Linköping, Sweden and is an homage to the classic TV live performances of the ’70′s. It honestly looks like it was shot on VHS, which is rather charming considering how everything these days is hyper digital or shot on the ubiquitous RED camera.
Ghost B.C. will be heading out on a N. American headlining tour beginning with dates at Coachella. Support will come from Ides Of Gemini. The full touring schedule and the music video can be seen below. READ MORE
Swedish black hard rock band Ghost has changed their name to Ghost B.C. due to legal reasons. However, that isn’t stopping them from pushing forward to support their upcoming sophomore album Infestissumam, which will be released Apr. 9th via Loma Vista Recordings.
The band has also announced that they will be embarking on the “Haze Over North America 2013″ tour, which sees direct support coming from Ides Of March. All tour dates can be seen below. READ MORE
Swedish classic metal band Ghost have announced the title of their second full-length album as Infestissumam. The album will feature 10 tracks (see the full track list below) and will be released in Spring of 2013 via Loma Vista Recordings. The band recently released a new song entitled “Secular Haze”, which you can listen to below.
This album is the follow up to 2011′s Opus Eponymous (review). READ MORE