Set your DVRs! Ghost have been booked to perform on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert! Just in time for Halloween, Ghost will be broadcast into your homes on the night of Oct. 30, officially performing in the early hours of Halloween day.

This marks Ghost's first major televised performance in the U.S. The Late Show has experienced a nice bump in the ratings since Stephen Colbert took over for David Letterman, with the show drawing in over three million viewers per night according to a recent report by the L.A. Times.

Despite Ghost's Satanic Cult concept hindering their mainstream success in the past, the band's new track "Cirice" has been doing extremely well on the Active Rock chart, currently sitting at No. 11 just below Foo Fighters' "Outside" and Halestorm's "I Am the Fire."

"As soon as our reputation proceeds us into a typical 'Disney' concern, certain theme parks, certain venues, if they're owned by this or that company or they have such and such theme [they won't allow us]," a nameless ghoul recently told us about Ghost being banned from various mediums. "Generally, our image, our lyrics; it's always going to work against us when it comes to commercial media outlets."

Be sure to watch The Late Show With Stephen Colbert on Oct. 30 at 11:35PM ET to see Ghost perform on national television!

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