Ghost announces the coming of ‘PHANTOMIME,’ a five-song EP with covers of classics and deep cuts by Television, Genesis, The Stranglers, Iron Maiden and Tina Turner.
Ghost have teamed up with Def Leppard star Joe Elliot on the single “Spillways”. Check out the collaboration here.
Nathan Katsiaficas caught Swedish rock juggernaut Ghost at Bangor, Maine’s Cross Insurance Center, with the equally impressive Mastodon and Spiritbox.
Spiritbox have dropped a new EP, ‘Rotoscope’ and announced a run of US dates with Ghost and Mastodon. Get all the info here:
Ghost kick off their UK tour with Twin Temple and Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats at Manchester’s AO Arena. Frank Ralph was among the masses gathered.
If you weren’t previously convinced that Ghost is a band of biblical proportions, ‘Impera’ (Loma Vista Recordings) will change your mind.
Ghost are bringing their dark extraveganza to arenas across Europe in 2022 and you can get details on all the dates and supports here.
While the press release for their latest album, Darkness Is My Home, may tout Greek doom/occult rockers Night Resident…
Exploring uncharted waters while remaining true to their original sound, Caronte has delivered an excellent doom metal album in Wolves of Thelema (Ván Records), one which touches on the occult, old school heavy metal, and more.
As part of The Ultimate Tour Named Death, Ghost haunted the FirstOntario Centre in Hamilton, Ontario and genuinely entertained those in attendance in a rousing, 90-minute performance. Nothing More helped start the party.
Now in its tenth year, the Heavy Montréal festival took place on July 27th and 28th at Parc Jean Drapeau in Montreal. We came, we saw, we head-banged, we noshed. In celebration of a decade, here are ten things we learned at this year’s edition of the festival!
Having filled stadiums like this for years, metal titans Metallica brought their Worldwired tour to the Manchester Etihad Stadium with support from Ghost and Bokassa and you can check out the photos here.
We spoke with Silent Hearts guitarist David Gast about his favourite gear to use while writing and recording, including the Ibanez RGD Iron Label and Gibraltar Standard II bridge.