It's one of the hottest rock tickets of the fall and we want you to be able check out Avenged Sevenfold up close and personal. Loudwire and Noisecreep have teamed up with A7X to give you the opportunity to win a pair of tickets to the show of your choosing on the band's fall trek.
Swedish cult metal band Ghost (Ghost B.C.) have teamed up with Vice to create the documentary-style web series 'Papaganda.' Episode One of the series was posted yesterday (Sept. 11) and the video explores Ghost's past, present and future lineage of vocalists. Oh yeah, and the flick features the first-ever interview with singer Papa Emeritus II without makeup … sort of.
"Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour." - Peter 5:8.
The lucky children of Brooklyn, N.Y., were fortunate enough to experience a ritual from Ghost (Ghost B.C.) on the night of Sunday, July 29. The heavy metal cult brought the entire 'Opus Eponymous' album (sans 'Deus Culpa') and the meat of 'Infestissumam' for an unforgettable performance at the Music Hall of Williamsburg.
Earlier this month Avenged Sevenfold whet the appetite of their rabid fanbase with the announcement that they would be hitting the road in October. The band revealed some of the details for their ‘Hail to the King’ fall tour run with Deftones and Ghost B.C. including the dates and cities, but now A7X have confirmed the specific venues and ticket onsale dates.
Messianic metal act Ghost (Ghost B.C.) have unveiled a new music video for 'Monstrance Clock,' the closing track of the band's sophomore album, 'Infestissumam.' The clip showcases footage from Ghost's 2013 Los Angeles and New York City performances, and also features fans cleansing their souls inside the act's very own confessional booth.
Before Ghost (aka Ghost B.C.) took to the stage of New York City's Webster Hall on May 11, we were given the opportunity to sit down with one of the act's nameless ghouls for an exclusive interview. Carrying an eerie sense of wisdom, the ghoul offered much detail on Ghost, allowing those who wish to listen a deeper understanding of the demonic act.
It's infinitely soul-nourishing to witness a live performance unlike anything you've ever experienced. Iconic acts such as Iron Maiden deliver an elaborate set design with moving pieces, flames and a giant animatronic Eddie mascot, GWAR shoot blood and guts into the crowd while maiming various public figures, and basically everything brought onstage for Slipknot's stage setup could kill someone at any time. These bands are legendary for their live shows, and Swedish metal act Ghost (aka Ghost B.C.) are well on their way to ascending to those same heights.