Ghost has shared a music video for the song "Faith" from the band's fourth and latest studio LP, Prequelle. The clip was shot at various stops on Ghost's recently completed, hugely successful "A Pale Tour Called Death" North American run. The trek visited nearly 40 cities, including Chicago, New York, Los Angeles and Toronto.
Meanwhile, frontman Tobias Forge told Loudwire in a new interview that fans shouldn't expect any new music from the band until at least 2020. He explained, "From our perspective, at least, 2019 is already over. That doesn’t limit me from writing or starting the steps, but when it comes to having a consecutive three months (for) studio time, there is no such time in 2019. That will happen, probably, in Spring 2020.”
Ghost’s 2019 is already packed with international touring, including a four-month run opening for Metallica next summer, arena shows in Europe, festival gigs in Australia and more. Although Forge has mused about doing an EP next year, those plans seem to be on hold for now.
Prequelle debuted at Number Three on the Billboard 200 and features the chart-topping single "Rats" and the Top Five track "Dance Macabre." Earlier this month, Ghost nabbed two Grammy nominations, Best Rock Album for Prequelle and Best Rock Song for "Rats." Three years ago, Ghost became the first Swedish rock band ever to win a Grammy -- 2016's "Best Metal Performance" for the song "Cirice."
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CHECK IT OUT: Watch the video for "Faith":