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.
Ghost B.C. (Ghost) do not allow potential fans to become casual bystanders. The Satanic doom / heavy metal act strive to convert you through a unique brand of deceptively beautiful music, leaving listeners convulsing and speaking in tongues, much like those inside the most fundamental Evangelical or Pentecostal church.
Due to recent legal issues, Satanic Swedish heavy metal band Ghost have been forced to adopt the moniker Ghost B.C. for albums and merch sold in the United States. Despite the change, one of the band's nameless ghouls borrows a line from country-pop starlet Taylor Swift by declaring in a new interview that Ghost will "never ever ever ever ever ever" call themselves Ghost B.C. through speech.
Ghost B.C. (aka Ghost) fans will have to wait another week before the band's 'Infestissumam' album comes out due to some rather bizarre circumstances. It turns out that one of the pieces of the band's album artwork has caused uproar from four different manufacturers they approached to put their packaging together.
Ghost B.C. (aka Ghost) became underground titans with their debut album, 'Opus Eponymous,' and the buzz has only increased since the pious heavy metal group released 'Secular Haze,' the first single from their sophomore record, 'Infestissumam.'
'Secular Haze' surrounds the listener with nervous carnival sounds mixed with evil and b