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Ghost B.C.

Ghost is the name of a devil worshiping ministry, that in order to spread its unholy gospels and, furthermore, trick mankindinto believing the end is ultimately a good thing, have decided to use the ever so popular rock music medium as a way toachieve their ends.

Standing motionless and anonymous beneath the painted faces, hoods and robes which their sect demand, the six namelessghouls of Ghost deliver litanies of sexually pulsating heavy rock music and romantic lyrics, which glorify and glamorize thedisgusting and sacrilegious, with the simple intention to communicate a message ...read more

Ghost is the name of a devil worshiping ministry, that in order to spread its unholy gospels and, furthermore, trick mankindinto believing the end is ultimately a good thing, have decided to use the ever so popular rock music medium as a way toachieve their ends.

Standing motionless and anonymous beneath the painted faces, hoods and robes which their sect demand, the six namelessghouls of Ghost deliver litanies of sexually pulsating heavy rock music and romantic lyrics, which glorify and glamorize thedisgusting and sacrilegious, with the simple intention to communicate a message of pure evil via the most effective devicethey can find: Entertainment. This is Black Metal at its most original and deceiving; compositions such as“Ritual” and“DeathKnell” majestically weave their melodic spell of evil through the senses until the listener finds themselves utterly possessedand open to any diabolical suggestion.

In May 2010 Ghost were contracted to a UK based gramophone company called Rise Above Ltd, who swore an oath statingthat they will assist the group in the task of spreading their musical blasphemies through formats such as Compact Discs,LongPlaying Vinyl Records and Digital Downloading.

The first full-length Ghost album Opus Eponymous, a daringly beautiful combination of satanic rock music with an almostunthinkable pop sensibility, was released on 18th October 2010. It is understood and agreed that Rise Above Ltd will investheavily in areas such as magazine advertising and retail marketing and employ the services of music publicity specialists inorder to expose the music of Ghost to the wider public. Specific attention will be paid to targeting people(research suggeststhese are most likely to be adolescents) who have a void in their life, perhaps caused by some form of emotional trauma orupset, that can be filled by the music and philosophies of Ghost. In time, these easily manipulated children will come to sharethe views and goals of the Ghost ministry and can prepare their own plans for the downfall of humanity....

At the beginning of 2013, Ghost announced that, for legal reasons, the band will henceforth be known as "Ghost B.C..

Ghost's second offering, Infestissumam, will be released on April 9th, 2013. « hide

Similar Bands: Pentagram, Green Carnation, Blue Oyster Cult, Mercyful Fate, Witchfinder General

LPs
Infestissumam
04/09/2013

3.7
436 Votes
Opus Eponymous
2010

3.9
462 Votes
EPs
If You Have Ghost
11/19/2013

3.6
69 Votes
Demo
2010

3.2
5 Votes

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