The Ghost Inside New Video

2013-02-08 by Josh | 22 Comments
Los Angeles, California hardcore kings The Ghost Inside have released a new video for their song ''The Great Unknown'' which documents their lives, on the open roads of America. The song, is taken from their 3rd LP ''Get What You Give''. Out now on Epitaph Records.

Listen Here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Gc_nr8U10Lc

Tagged: The Ghost Inside

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HaloDude442
February 8th 2013
712 Comments


pretty cool video

BassDemon333
February 8th 2013
3432 Comments


Love this song and the album is still awesome. Video was alright too.

nononsense
February 8th 2013
3475 Comments


Sweet video

NeoSpaz
February 8th 2013
4525 Comments


that was protest the hero

Kris.
February 8th 2013
12863 Comments


hardcore kings




since when

joshieboy12345
February 8th 2013
5377 Comments


How can they not be Kris? Such an awesome band.

MMX
February 8th 2013
4965 Comments


shut yo face

Curse.
February 8th 2013
8037 Comments


Not even a hardcore band

InFiction
February 8th 2013
3796 Comments


Not usually a fan of live videos but this was alright. Great band and good song.

NonApplicable
February 8th 2013
2163 Comments


This band's music is so monotonous.

FrozenVain
February 8th 2013
2637 Comments


kewl

XyphynX9
February 8th 2013
137 Comments


"it was definitely not pth. do you honestly think i wouldn't remember a stunt like that from a band like pth?"

Are you retarded? Sputnik posted the story about PTH asking for donations. I would link you to it but I'm not sure where it is.

XyphynX9
February 8th 2013
137 Comments


Nevermind.

http://www.sputnikmusic.com/news/25554/Help-Protest-the-Hero/

^Here ya go.

TheCollectiveFacade
February 8th 2013
1230 Comments


great band but ya they are generic as hell. Even since fury and the fallen ones, which was by far their best

Kris.
February 8th 2013
12863 Comments


damn if these guys are kings, then the hardcore scene has regressed pretty fucking terribly

KSK1
February 8th 2013
4099 Comments


Band is hella generic but I like how positive they are. Most bands have gone the other route with their lyrics I feel.

VisceralUproar
February 8th 2013
161 Comments


This video is awesome. Usually live videos are a cop out but I enjoyed this more than some full music videos. It feels really organic

TenSecondsToThink
February 8th 2013
1331 Comments


Hardcore kings? U mad bro?

AtomicShane
February 8th 2013
2090 Comments


doooooope

J0ckstrapsFTW
February 8th 2013
3671 Comments


Indeed dope

Colliiiin
February 8th 2013
677 Comments


Video was alright, I really did not enjoy that song it was quite monotonous but I guess I've heard a lot worse bands like this.

Digging: Human Bodies - No Life

renegadestrings
February 8th 2013
1488 Comments


generic metalcore, but damn if engine 45(?) and Test the Limits aren't awesome



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