Ghost And Volbeat Commemorate Co. Tour With Metallica Single Covers Featuring

GHOST and VOLBEAT commemorate the joint titles with individual metal covers featuring

ghost And fulbit They’ll be making headlines across the US from January 25, and to celebrate the archaeological tour, bands have teamed up with black records For a limited edition 7-inch double-sided edition featuring each band’s contributions to Metallica Black List Charity album: ghostcover for “Song for Metallica” On the “G side” and fulbit‘s “Don’t step on me” On the “fifth side”. The seven inches will be pressed on clear vinyl and limited to just 3,000 units with 115 copies available at each tour stop on a first-come-first-served basis (maximum one per customer).

All proceeds from splitting seven inches will be divided equally between Foundation all within my hand The charities chosen by the artists: Aranatq camp (ghost) And Children’s Cancer Foundation (fulbit).

The 26-date US rink will feature the support of Los Angeles temple twin. Tickets for all dates in living nationProduced tours are on sale now, with tickets and VIP packages for the band available at ghost-official.com and volbeat.dk.

ghostFourth #1 in a row at Active Rock Radio “moon hunter” recently moved guitar world To note that “the juxtaposition of theme and composition is something Swedish rock bands have always heard about, and they do it to better effect this new song.” The origins of the track and its appearance in the box office phenomenon “Halloween kills” It can be traced back to the band’s 2018 premiere at The Forum in Los Angeles. Ryan TurekVice President of Feature Film Development at Bloom House Productions (“Get out”And ‘wickedest’And “Cleansing”And “we”And “injury”) attended the show that ran out completely, and established an instant relationship with ghost‘s Tobias Forge A visit that eventually led to the visit of the writer/co-director David Gordon Green On the North Carolina set of “Halloween kills”. Almost three years after the day after that first fateful exchange, “moon hunter” It will be released on DSPs, will play as “Halloween kills” End credits are rolling in, and it will be released on January 21, 2022 as a 7-inch collectible single by Luma Vista Recordings (Features the exclusive B side “Halloween Kills (Main Title)”, performed, produced and engineered by John CarpenterAnd Cody Carpenter And Daniel Davis).

fulbitLatest album “Servant of the Mind”, Which a gun Calls ‘Excellent… the darkest and heaviest fulbit Advance So Far, “Released on December 3 via Republic Chronicles. to “Servant of the Mind”, the band consisting of Michael Poulsen (guitars/vocals), John Larsen (drums), Rob Kaggiano (guitars) and Caspar Boy Larsen (bass), they took their signature heavy metal sound, psychobilly and punk ‘n’ roll up high during the show PaulsenHis keen ability to write songs and tell stories. “Seldom has such a successful band seemed so predatory,” he says. Kerang! Album Magazine. Upon the album’s release, it reached the top of several international sales charts, reaching number one in Germany, Denmark and Austria, number two in Switzerland, number four in Finland, number five in the Netherlands, and number six in Sweden and Sweden. It ranked first and second on the Billboard Current Hard Rock Albums chart and the Current Rock Album chart. New album featuring Billboard’s first modern rock songs “Shotgun Blues” And “Wait a minute, girl.”, now available in Standard CD, 2LP Deluxe Vinyl (in several limited edition variants, full information below) and Deluxe Digital Edition.

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