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  1. Pick one. I like Ghost, but I dig Motley Crue more.
  2. Digital version available now. Physical copy out next month. 01. Square Hammer 02. From The Pinnacle To The Pit 03. Con Clavi Con Dio 04. Per Aspera Ad Inferi 05. Body And Blood 06. Devil Church 07. Cirice 08. Ghuleh/Zombie Queen 09. Year Zero 10. Spoksonat 11. He Is 12. Mummy Dust 13. Absolution 14. Ritual 15. Monstrance Clock http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/ghost-releases-live-album-digitally-physical-version-out-in-january/
  3. Ghost is starting their Popestar tour soon! And they have a new song out as well: I just bought a ticket for the show in Portland. (The closest show to me is Sacramento but it's a festival, and I don't do festivals. They're also playing LA but I can't make those dates and I don't like LA, so Portland it is!) Is anyone else going? Tour dates are: The Popestar Tour 2016 9/16 The Armory – Rochester, NY 9/17 Revolution Rock Festival – New London, CT 9/18 MONSTER ENERGY ROCK ALLEGIANCE FESTIVAL – Chester, PA 9/19 Stage AE – Pittsburgh, PA 9/21 Masonic Auditorium – Cleveland, OH 9/23 Minglewood Hall – Memphis, TN 9/24 Texas Munity – Fort Worth, TX 9/25 Houston Open Air – Houston, TX 9/27 Brady Theater – Tulsa, OK 9/28 The Pageant – St. Louis, MO 9/30 Midland Theatre – Kansas City, MO 10/01 Sonic Boom – Janesville, WI 10/02 Louder Than Life Festival – Louisville, KY 10/03 The Fillmore – Detroit, MI 10/04 Kalamazoo State Theatre – Kalamazoo, MI 10/05 Paramount Theatre – – Cedar Rapids, IA 10/07 Paramount Theatre Denver, CO 10/08 The Complex – Salt Lake City, UT 10/09 The Wilma Theater – Missoula, MT 10/11 MacEwan Hall – Calgary, Canada 10/13 The Vogue Theater – Vancouver, Canada 10/14 The Moore Theater – Seattle, WA 10/15 McDonald Theatre – Eugene, OR 10/16 The Roseland Theater – Portland, OR 10/18 Riverside Municipal Auditorium – Riverside, CA 10/20 The Wiltern – Los Angeles, CA 10/21 The Wiltern – Los Angeles, CA 10/22 Brooklyn Bowl – Las Vegas, NV 10/23 Discovery Park – Sacramento, CA 10/25 Comerica Theatre – Phoenix, AZ 10/27 City Bank Auditorium – Lubbock, TX 10/28 The Aztec Theater – San Antonio, TX 10/29 Voodoo Music Experience – New Orleans, LA 10/31 Metroplex – Little Rock, AR 11/02 The Hard Rock – Orlando, FL 11/03 Fillmore Miami Beach – Miami Beach, FL 11/04 The Florida Theatre – Jacksonville, FL 11/05 THE FILLMORE – Charlotte, NC 11/07 The Ritz – Raleigh, NC 11/09 Queen Elizabeth Theatre – Toronto, Canada 11/11 Metropolis – Montreal, Canada 11/12 Kings Theatre – Brooklyn, NY
  4. Wherever you are & whatever you're doing hobo, have a happy 3rd anniversary!
  5. Mysterious Swedish buzz band GHOST will play a special a concert this Saturday, December 15 in their hometown of Linköping at Cupolen. Limited tickets are still available here. Also this Saturday for those seeking redemption, GHOST cult leader Papa Emeritus (rumored to be REPUGNANT/SUBVISION's Tobias Forge, who takes the stage in the form of "a satanic pope") will bestow a special offering to those who sign up with their e-mail addresses beginning at 10 p.m. local time. GHOST is putting the finishing touches its next studio album, due out in 2013 on Loma Vista Recordings, the new record label founded by Tom Whalley in partnership with Republic Records, a division of Universal Music Group. Papa and his Nameless Ghouls have summoned Nashville-based Grammy Award-winning Nick Raskulinecz (DEATH ANGEL, DEFTONES, FOO FIGHTERS, RUSH) to produce this offering. GHOST's debut album, "Opus Eponymous", was released in late 2010 in Europe and in early 2011 in North America via Rise Above Records. In an early 2012 interview with Full Metal Jackie's nationally syndicated radio show, one of the "Nameless Ghouls" from GHOST was asked why he thinks his band has garnered support from such high-profile musicians as James Hetfield (METALLICA) and Phil Anselmo (DOWN, PANTERA). "We like to think [it's because of] our playfulness in terms of not — I almost said think[ing] too much — obviously, we think, but we feel a lot and we try not to limit ourselves to genre," he said. "Even though we're a hard-rocking band, we try to mix everything from death metal elements to new-wave choruses. And I think that sort of resonates to… I wouldn't say only an older generation [because] we have a lot of new, younger fans, but I think that anybody who is older than 35 might have a stroke of nostalgia or whatever." On the topic of whether he can foresee a day when the members of GHOST won't be anonymous anymore, he said, "I think there is a difference between being anonymous and unmasked. Where SLIPKNOT actually wear masks still, while KISS during their unmasked days didn't. Obviously, it's a thing of the times. What we're trying to do, it's very hard to maintain. If the actual goal was to not be known, we try to maintain that, but in the long run we can't really expect that to be something everlasting. Most of our fans are actually quite keen on not knowing, which works to our favor, but I think there is a difference between people knowing who is behind the mask or being unmasked. We can't really see ourselves going up on stage and afterwards just dropping the masks saying, 'Oh, it's me, it's me, actually. Can you see?' No, no, no… We don't want that. We don't want to spoil it. That's the whole reason why we are anonymous and we try not to show ourselves. We try to eliminate, not the human aspects, but the humane aspects, if you want. We want to put Papa Emeritus in the limelight. He's supposed to be the living character, even though rigor mortis has basically set in in his poor old body. But that's the face of the band. He's the person, everybody else are just puppets." Regarding GHOST's future plans, he said, "These 18 months since we released the album has been a lot of touring. We play a lot of concerts and our goal has always been to put on a show that was way more theatrical than we have had the opportunity to, sort of, perform or display in this type of touring. Even though this is a tour where we're actually allowed to flex our muscles a little bit, you can't expect to have a production. We have our windows, we have a few things, but I'd say that our short-term goal, for now, when we have a new album out, will be to start bringing forth a way more theatrical show that will be a lot more intriguing with a few magic tricks."
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