Fresh from a US co-headline tour with Volbeat, Ghost took to The Ministry for a “release ritual”. The nine-piece band played four songs from the recently released ‘Impera’ starting with a thundering ‘Kaisarion‘.
The blistering set was then finished with a keyboard-led rendition of ‘Spillways’. Watch footage of the concert below.
Ghost originally recorded ‘Enter Sandman’ as their contribution to Metallica’s epic ‘Blacklist’ project.
Ghost released their fifth album on Friday. In a four-star review, NME wrote: “Whereas ‘Prequelle’ concerned itself with the plague and pestilence prevalent during Europe’s Middle Ages, this time round Ghost are telling stories set within the 19th century, buoyed by the chug and twiddle of incoming Opeth guitarist Fredrik Åkesson.”
“And yet the music that Ghost make over twelve tracks, more than ever before, is a truly delicious pop-rock proposition.”
Next month, Ghost will head out on a headline tour of UK and Europe, with support from Uncle Acid And The Deadbeats and Twin Temple. The run of shows starts in Manchester on April 9 and wraps up in Budapest on May 18.
The full list of dates is below and tickets can be purchased here.
09 – Manchester, Arena, UK
11 – London, O2 Arena, UK
13 – Glasgow, Hydro, UK
15 – Birmingham, RWA Arena, UK
17 – Rotterdam, RTM Stage Ahoy, Netherlands
18 – Paris, Accor Arena, France
19 – Cologne, Lanxess Arena, Germany
21 – Leipzig Quarterback Immobillen Arena, Germany
22 – Frankfurt, Festhalle, Germany
24 – Prague, Arena, Czech Republic
27 – Tampere, Nokia Arena, Finland
29 – Stockhom, Avicii Arena, Sweden
30 – Oslo, Spektrum, Norway
01 – Malmo, Malmo Arena, Sweden
03 – Brussels, Forest, Belgium
05 – Milan, Mediolanum Forum, Italy
07 – Barcelona, Olympic Arena Badalona, Spain
08 – Madrid, Vistalegre Arena, Spain
11 – Vienna, Stadthalle, Austria
13 – Zurich, Hallenstadion, Switzerland
15 – Hannover ZAG Arena, Germany
16 – Munich, Olympiahalle, Germany
18 – Budapest, Arena, Hungary
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