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Ghostemane Announces New Album, ANTI-ICON

Watch the explosive teaser for Ghostemane’s upcoming album ANTI-ICON.

Having already teased the release of his new album ANTI-ICON with a truly lovely video of a corpsepainted orgy in a morgue, genre-defying rapper Ghostemane – real name Eric Whitney – has now confirmed the record’s release date, tracklisting, and has unveiled a fiery teaser on top of all that. 

Ghostemane’s eighth full-length – the follow-up to 2018’s N/O/I/S/E – is due out on October 21, with the star explaining how it takes in, The rise and fall. Ecstasy in pain. The fragility of the quiet moments after the crash. The deafening silence filling your brain, forcing you to scream it away. The battles raging inside you. That’s the sound of ANTI-ICON.”

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A press release details Ghoste’s latest effort as a culmination of his musical mutations, a personal sonic statement reflective of many years of craft”. Colour us very intrigued indeed…

Check out the tracklisting below:

1. INTRO.DESTITUTE
2. VAGABOND
3. LAZARETTO
4. SACRILEGE
5. AI
6. FED UP
7. THE WINDS OF CHANGE
8. HYDROCHLORIDE
9. HELLRAP
10. ASMR [Anti-Social Masochistic Rage]
11. MELANCHOHOLIC
12. CALAMITY
13. FALLING DOWN

And watch ANTI-ICON’s explosive teaser:

Posted on July 22nd 2020, 6:00p.m.
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