Interview: A Nameless Ghoul of Ghost at Reading Festival

RAMzine spoke to a Nameless Ghoul at Reading Festival 2015, prior to the bands headline set on ‘The Pit’ stage.

‘Meliora’ is the 3rd album to be released by the band. The album has stormed charts across the globe having gone straight to number 1 in both Sweden and Finland, and landing at Number 8 in the USA, and top 25 in the UK.

We find out how this Nameless Ghoul feels about the reception of the album, as well as some general chit chat about identity and such things.

Watch the full interview here:

Ghost put on a show unlike any other band of this time, their experience shows, and the new album is quickly proving that Ghost are one of the biggest metal bands of this year.

The band have now announced their first UK headline tour, as follows:

Dec 12                Beckett University       Leeds  

Dec 14                Rock City                          Nottingham      

Dec 15                Institute                            Birmingham

Dec 16                Academy                           Newcastle         

Dec 18                ABC                                     Glasgow            

Dec 19                Ritz                                      Manchester                      

Dec 20               Academy                          Bristol 

Dec 21                KOKO                                 London

Tickets are available from Friday 4th September @ 9am.

Support comes from Swedish band Dead Soul.

About Victoria Purcell

Editor of RAMzine - Creator of content - Chaser of Dreams. Lover of Cats, Metal, and good ol Classic Rock. \m/


  1. he says near the end….”so now you get the sense that we’re_________, but we’re pretty far fucking from in reality”. Anyone understand what he said at 5:09?

  2. he sounds a lot like jonas from katatonia….the plot thickens

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