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
Swedish heavy metal act Ghost have proven to be one of the most bizarre major successes of 2012. Having kept their faces out of the spotlight with an evil Pope frontman and cult-like black hooded robes, Ghost signed a record deal with Seven Four Ent., which is under the Universal umbrella. Luckily for fans, Ghost are now finishing up their first album under that deal, which will be released in 2013.
Swedish metal band Ghost have been getting a ton of attention lately for their unique blend of heavy metal and doom. Although five of the six members of Ghost exist without names, the musicians still belt out hilarious lines in the vein of GWAR, the most recent of which contains the wisdom: "Hard rock is about who has the biggest d--k and pop music is about who's got the smallest."