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Swedish heavy metal band, Ghost, has announced the release of a new EP later this year.
In an interview with MetalSucks, one of their Nameless Ghouls covers topics ranging from their definition of success and stories of fans. One of the most important topics covered in the interview, however, was that Ghost would be releasing an EP this year.
As the Nameless Ghoul states in the interview, the band plans on finishing out their tour this summer, “after that, we have an EP coming out. That’s gonna be great, because that’s gonna … re-energize the whole cycle. So there’s gonna be some new material, we’re gonna have a new stage show. So it’s gonna be a completely different setting.”
Take a look at the full interview with MetalSucks, below.
Ghost, also known as Ghost B.C., are a heavy metal rock band originating from Linköping, Sweden. They formed in 2008 and released their debut album, Opus Eponymous, in 2010. In total, the band has released three studio albums, and as mentioned, have an EP on the way.
In 2015, the band released the album Meliora and received fairly positive reviews. In fact, their lead single, “Cirice,” won a Grammy for Best Metal Performance.