Tag Archives: Ghost
by Michael McCarthy Each year, I feel overwhelmed before writing a “best albums of” list. There are always so many releases that I’ve loved during any given year, it makes it very difficult to narrow them down to a reasonable number. (When I first listed my best from this year, it was 144...Read more
All of Ghost's songs are melodic, but this one is perhaps the most melodious of them all with Papa's warm and inviting, Satanic vocals... Catchy stuff! ...
Review by Michael McCarthy Photos by Joshua Bernard (and may not be used elsewhere without permission) Before I get into my review of Ghost’s show at the House of Blues in Boston this past Monday on September 28th, I must praise their opening act, a band called Purson, who hail from London, England. ...Read more
You may recall that the Ghost song above, “From The Pinnacle To The Pit,” was a #songoftheday last week. We also gave their new album, Meliora, a gleaming review. Well, their unholy tour kicks off tonight at The Fillmore in Silver Spring, MD. The band will trek through North America through November 1, before...Read more
Meliora is the third full-length album by Swedish rockers Ghost. The title is the Latin adjective meaning “better,” so it should come as no surprise that this is Ghost’s best album to date. Recently, Ghost unveiled their new frontman Papa Emeritus III, who just so happens to sound like Papa Emeritus II and...Read more
THE BATTLE FOR PHILADELPHIA… THE CITY OF “BROTHERLY LOVE” GHOST RESCHEDULE CONCERT IN WAKE OF COINCIDING PHILADELPHIA PAPAL VISIT [MESSAGE FROM THE CLERGY] We wish to inform you that due to Frankie’s visit next month in Philadelphia, we received a letter informing us that Ghost fans would not be able to use public...Read more
Charlene’s 2011 release Moonchild was a truly remarkable album of singer/songwriter indie/folk music that garnered her more critical acclaim than most artists who released albums that year. To that end, she ranked high on more year end best lists than one could count. That much praise is always a lot to live up...Read more