January 8, 2019 — What a glorious year in metal we just experienced. After the sheer amount of quality albums that were released in 2018, there is no question that the genre is as healthy and full of life as ever.
January 15, 2016 — When looking back at 2015, the only thing that seems to matter is the passing of Lemmy Kilmister. Of course losing Phil “Philthy Animal” Taylor in November was sad but Lemmy was on another level - one of the pillars of the entire rock ’n roll universe.
March 7, 2013 — In the year of 13, the second phase of GHOST B.C. begins with the release of the second psalm Infestissumam on April 8, 2013 on Loma Vista Recordings.
February 22, 2013 — Sweden’s GHOST B.C. (formerly known as “GHOST”) recently released their first promo video for the song, “Secular Haze.” While the video is a performance on a stage from a 70’s variety tv show, the song itself is pretty psychedelic.
December 15, 2012 — Get excited… yesterday, Sweden’s GHOST teased a new website containing parts of a new song. Today, they have posted the full track, “Secular Haze”. Check it out:
December 23, 2011 — 2011 was a very productive and enjoyable year for extreme music, perhaps the best in years. Thus, it was not an easy task choosing what we enjoyed best since they were just so many.
November 7, 2011 — Sweden’s GHOST have announced a set of U.S. shows following their unfortunate drop-off from the recent ENSLAVED tour. Dubbed “13 Dates of Doom”, the tour marks the first shows since their appearance at Maryland Death Fest and The Studio at Webster Hall in NYC earlier this year.
September 9, 2011 — Sweden’s GHOST have just announced that they are dropping out of the U.S. tour with ENSLAVED and ALCEST, which is scheduled to start later this month (see our previous post).
July 8, 2011 — Norwegian progressive/psychedelic black metal band ENSLAVED will be returning to North America this Fall for a headlining tour marking the band’s 20th anniversary. Support will come from Swedish sensation, GHOST, as well as France’s ALCEST.
February 27, 2011 — So the internet has been abuzz with hype surrounding this (supposedly) brand new band, GHOST. Obviously, overrated super hyped debut albums (i.e. MACHINE HEAD’s Burn My Eyes) are nothing out of the ordinary, but thankfully, GHOST’s Opus Eponymous is not one of them.