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Review: Ghost – Popestar EP

Many wouldn’t disagree that Ghost (aka Ghost BC) are the best act to break out in in the 2010s. Each album is exciting, they have a great image and concept, and perform amazing live shows. Following their Grammy-nominated album Meliora, ‘Popestar’ features three cover versions and original track ‘Square Hammer. This sounds like the start of a whole new album ...

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Ghost to release new EP ‘Popestar’ this week

Pope Idol. Yesterday we brought you the news of the new Ghost track ‘Square Hammer’. This was later revealed as the first track from upcoming EP ‘Popestar’. The EP will be released 16/09/16 (this Friday) and produced by Tom Dalgety, who has previously worked with Royal Blood and Killing Joke The band released this rather odd trailer today “Popestar” track ...

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Ghost reveal brand new song, ‘Square Hammer’

Everyone’s favourite Swedish-satanic-rock-crew Ghost have revealed a brand new track. Square Hammer is widely thought to be our first taste of a promised new EP by the band that will feature “mostly covers”and due for release later this year. One of Ghost’s Nameless Ghouls commented: “We’re very proud of it. We’re obviously thrilled to be able to play something new. ...

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GHOST haunts Deezer online

Deezer: “Behold our first ever Metal Deezer session with Ghost. AMEN.” Music streaming service Deezer has shared the entire haunting session of Ghost. The session includes three songs taken from their latest album, ‘Meliora’ and includes the songs ‘From The Pinnacle To The Pit’, ‘Circle’ and ‘Absolution’. You can enjoy the entire session here: Europe and North America will be ...

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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 ...

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Review: Ghost – Meliora

When Ghost first began to make headlines back in 2010 with their debut album, Opus Eponymous, there was something genuinely exciting about the band. Not only was their ability to stay anonymous in an internet age unique, but the music they played was different to a lot of what was going on.  Their combination of doom and pop had a ...

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Reading & Leeds Festival: Limp Bizkit, BMTH, Mastodon and many more added to line-up

As if the line-up wasn’t awesome enough, a shed-load of names were added to the billing of this year’s Reading and Leeds festivals. The third headline act joining  Metallica and Mummford & Sons, are The Libertines. Don’t worry, some more RAMzine favourites such as Limp Bizkit, Mastodon, Bring Me The Horizon, All Time Low, and Frank Turner – among many, ...

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Top 10 moments of Sonisphere 2014

10. Progress Wrestling “This is Progress” This Sonisphere weekend RAMzine discovered the world of wrestling, bought to us by Progress Wrestling. Progress brands themselves “Punk Rock Pro Wrestling”. I can guarantee fun at their shows! Rock music + Pro Wrestlers + major crowd participation = one hell of a show, better than some set we saw this weekend! It was ...

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Seven new bands added to Sonisphere 2014

Sonisphere 2014 has announced 7 new acts for this year’s line up. Alice In Chains will be performing as part of their only UK festival appearance of 2014. Lead vocalist William Duvall commented: “We’re very excited to be playing once again at Sonisphere, particularly as this year has us joining our long-time friends in Metallica. It should be a fun ...

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Top Rock and Metal Albums of 2013

What a year for Rock and Metal! We started 2013 with the highly anticipated album from Muse ‘The 2nd Law’, the album went straight to number one in the UK Rock Album Charts. We then saw new band Mallory Knox take Black Veil Brides and Foo Fighters from the number One spot with their album ‘Signals’. We had new albums from such ...

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