10 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
434 Ratings
434 Ratings
Jollyroger. ,

Ghostship

This song is dark, good groove, lyrics are educated evil, at 48 years old it is good to hear such freshness in music, great talent dwells in this band….great job on this and all their work. Looking forward to seeing them live.

ahmorgan97 ,

This is gonna be GOOD!

Even from just the single alone, you can tell this is going to be a phenomenal album! The torture is going to be having to wait until August! Great job, GHOST!

Ed Baxter ,

End to End - A Perfect Album

I was turned on Ghost a few years ago by my brother. He gave me a copy of Opus Eponymous and I couldn’t get enough of it. I listened to it constantly and ended up buying it on vinyl. It was so long since I found an album or band that I loved so much. Then my brother took me to see them live in NYC back when they were still touring in support of the Opus Eponymous album, and I thought they were great. What a fun live show and they were tight as musicians. Papa’s voice was flawless live.

I couldn’t wait for a new album since it was about two years since I got Opus. Before officially releasing Infestissumam, they released two singles. Secular Haze, which I immediately fell in love with, was first, follow by Year Zero. My mind was blown. How could this song with a chorus that starts by shouting “Hail Satan” be so catchy? Year Zero has become one of my favorite songs of all time. When Infestissumam was released, I thought it was amazing. Rather than put out a retread of Opus Eponymous, Ghost grew and evolved and released another solid album. Again like candy, I listened to it constantly. I saw Ghost two more times as the were supporting Infestissumam. As before their show was fun and their sound live was solid. They quickly became my new favorite band.

So now we get Ghost’s third offering, Meliora. Is it as good as the first two albums? No, it’s even better. As a fan I don’t think I could have hoped for more. From the lead track Spirit all the way through to Deus In Absentia, this album is perfect. The production is phenomenal, the music is rock solid, and the vocal are phenomenal. I can’t wait to see them live in NYC in September. So I guess it’s true… If you have Ghost, you have everything.

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