Earlier this week we reviewed the sophomore record from Milton Keynes based Melodic Metallers Chasing Ghosts. It comprises an intriguing trio of cuts which combine a male/female vocal harmony in different blends to achieve a mournful, yet rich vision. We had the pleasure of speaking to Lee Brueton (Songwriter, Bass, Synths) about “Bring Me Suffering“.
The importance of getting the full potential from your material by getting the right person to do the mixing and mastering is something that is not lost of Milton Keynes based Melodic Metallers Chasing Ghosts. The quartet who comprise Lee Brueton (Songwriter, Bass, Synths), Ashley Clark (Rhythm Guitar), Rich Still (Drums) Harry Mitten (Lead Guitar)
These days credited as a solo project of Swedish singer songwriter Tobias Forge, who performs under the names Papa Emeritus and Cardinal Copia, Ghost recorded their third studio album “Meliora” back in 2015 with the title from the Latin for “the pursuit of something better“. It won a pair of Grammy Awards for both it’s lead
Between Christmas and New Year it’s Listmania season here at Metal Noise. We bang our heads together, have a few beers and celebrate The Good, The Bad and The downright Ugly of the past year with a bunch of short lists of things we think are worthy of note. So today’s action is the Top
Released through Noise Records in 1987, “Terrible Certainty” is the third studio record from German Thrash Metallers Kreator. It was recorded in Horus Studio in Hannover Germany under the watchful eye of producer Roy Rowland while Ghost were clearly influenced by the artwork of Phil Lawvere. Guitarist, vocalist and principle songwriter Miland “Mille” Petrozza is
Metallica have announced that they will be bringing their “Worldwired” European Stadium & Arena Tour to us in 2019! Starting in May, with support from Ghost and Bokassa, there will be only a trio of chances to see them upon our shores in June… 8th Dublin, Slane Castle 18th Manchester, Etihad Stadium 20th London, Twickenham
So it’s not actually called the “Golden Gods” awards outside of the UK but… it sounds better. The Metal Hammer Award Winners were announced as follows, with videos below; Metal Anthem Award: Ghost – “Square Hammer” Up & Coming Award: Night Demon Best Debut Album Award: Dool – “Here Now, There Then” Best German Band Award: Sodom Best Album Award: Heaven
Heavy Music Awards 2017 – The Winners BEST ALBUM presented by EMP Architects – All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us Architects Interviewed a HMA THE H Ashley Maile BEST UK BAND presented by UPRAWR Black Sabbath BEST INTERNATIONAL BAND presented by PPL Gojira BEST LIVE BAND presented by Eagle Rock Entertainment Enter Shikari BEST