Fan-filmed video footage of GHOST's June 18 performance at the Graspop Metal Meeting in Dessel, Belgium can be seen below.
GHOST recently announced the "Popestar" U.S. headlining tour — a 35-city run that will include two rituals at The Wiltern in Los Angeles this coming October. Tickets purchased for select shows will include a digital download of new music that will be made available the day their fall rituals begin. Check out Ghost-Official.com for participating dates and details. VIP packages are also available.
GHOST has completed work on a new EP for a fall release via Loma Vista. The effort, which consists primarily of covers, was helmed by English producer Tom Dalgety, who has previously worked with ROYAL BLOOD and KILLING JOKE, among others.
GHOST won the Grammy for "Best Metal Performance" during the pre-telecast ceremony at the 58th annual Grammy Awards. GHOST was nominated for the song "Cirice" from the band's latest album, "Meliora".
"Cirice" recently reached the Top 10 at rock radio, the first song from the band to get significant airplay in the U.S.
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