GHOST: Multi-Camera Video Footage Of 'Square Hammer' Performance From Los Angeles

GHOST: Multi-Camera Video Footage Of 'Square Hammer' Performance From Los Angeles

Multi-camera fan-filmed video footage of Swedish occult rockers GHOST performing their new song "Square Hammer" on October 20 at the Wiltern in Los Angeles, California can be seen below.

"Square Hammer" is taken from GHOST's latest EP, "Popestar", which debuted at the No. 1 position on Billboard's Top Rock Albums and Hard Rock Albums charts and sold over 21,000 copies in its first week. The release is also the first EP to top the Top Rock Albums chart in its 10-year history.

"Popestar" was released on September 16 by Loma Vista Recordings and is available online and in record stores on CD, vinyl, and digital. The surprise five-track offering also contains covers of selections by ECHO & THE BUNNYMEN, SIMIAN MOBILE DISCO, EURYTHMICS and IMPERIET. "Popestar" was recorded by Papa Emeritus III and his Nameless Ghouls in Linköping, Sweden and produced by Tom Dalgety (PIXIES, ROYAL BLOOD, OPETH).

Additionally, GHOST released a deluxe version of "Meliora", their acclaimed 2015 Grammy Award-winning album. "Meliora Deluxe" contains the "Popestar" EP as a bonus disc (CD or LP or digital).

The arrival of the "Popestar" EP coincided with the launch of the band's 41-city U.S. headlining "Popestar" tour, which kicked off on September 16.

GHOST is known for its eccentric performances and is composed of six members easily recognized for their satanic attires. Five men who call themselves as Nameless Ghouls play the instruments while the lead vocalist is known as Papa Emeritus. The Nameless Ghouls who are wearing identical devil masks and costumes represent the five instrumentalities or elements (fire, water, air, earth and aether or quintessence) while their leader Papa Emeritus represents the group's anti-pope symbol.

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