Ghost moves to the arena level with a 3 hour setlist offering a little for everyone. I just wish Tobias Forge would shut up sometimes.
Sweden’s Ghost keeps expanding its musical palette. “Prequelle” is an excellent pop metal hybrid.
As 2016 comes to an end, I have come to the conclusion that it wasn’t a great year for music. We’ve lost too many great musicians (a trend I fear will continue as the pioneers of rock and pop aren’t getting any younger), and few releases have managed to really grab me. There were a lot…
Ghost’s “Popestar” tour stopped in Montreal, delivering a unique blend of pop, classic rock and metal wrapped in a pseudo satanic gimmick.
While we wait for a follow up to their Grammy winner “Meliora”, Ghost offers an EP of covers that keep pushing the boundaries of metal and hard rock.
It’s time to wrap up 2015 and pick out the best musical moments of the year. Who made the cut?
Sweden’s Ghost played an excellent show to a rabid crowd.
Swedish band blends doomy metal riffs with catchy melodies and prog rock sounds to present a great album that defies categorization.