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Ghostemane Announces New Album With Video of An Orgy Inside a Morgue

Ghostemane has announced his 2020 album ANTI-ICON with an NSFW video on YouTube.

Rap-metal artist Ghostemane has taken an NSFW approach to announcing the follow-up for his 2018 album N/O/I/S/E by uploading a controversial new music video that features a corpsepainted orgy in a morgue. In doing so, Ghoste revealed that his new album, ANTI-ICON, will come out this year, but hasn’t given a specific release date yet.

Originally posted to Instagram, the video was removed by the platform because it violated Community Guidelines involving nudity and sexual activity. But an age-restricted version is still up on YouTube (you’ll have to sign in to your YouTube or Google account to verify your age), titled ANTI-ICONXX/XX/2020, indicating a release sometime this year.

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Ghostemane, whose real name is Eric Whitney, explained his thinking behind his music and style in an essay published to Revolver last year.

“N/O/I/S/E is rap, metal, industrial, techno, ambient and acoustic,” he said. “It’s a speedball of every sound and idea I’ve ever had, an occult dystopian nightmare pried from deep inside my chest, sent to you covered in blood. I didn’t hold back anything. I think different genres are like paints, different hues and colors for expressing different ideas and emotions. So if I feel something, I follow that. I find the sound that fits that feeling and I push it out of me, even if it’s imperfect, even if it sounds “bad,” even if you can’t stand it. If it rings with my truth — if it sounds like how I feel — then it goes on the fucking record. End of story.”

Ghostemane is currently out on the Hiadica Euro Tour across Europe with Parv0, which kicked off yesterday. Here’s a list of the remaining tour dates:

February

28 Lisbon, Portugal — Lisboa Ao Vivo

March

01 Madrid, Spain — La Riviera
02 Barcelona, Spain — Razzmatazz
04 Glasgow, UK — G2
05 Manchester, UK — Manchester Academy 2
06 London, UK — Electric Brixton
08 Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg — Rockhal
09 Paris, France — La Cigale
11 Ghent, Belgium — Vooruit
12 Cologne, Germany - Carlswerk Victoria
13 Amsterdam, Netherlands — Q-Factory
14 Hamburg, Germany — Große Freiheit
16 Berlin, Germany — Astra
17 Leipzig, Germany — Felsenkeller
19 Gdansk, Poland — Parlament
20 Warsaw, Poland — Progresja
21 Krakow, Poland — Kwadrat
23 Prague, Czech Republic — Forum Karlin
24 Zürich, Switzerland — X-TRA
25 Munich, Germany — Technikum
26 Milan, Italy - Magazzini Generali
28 Ljubljana, Slovenia — Kino Siska
29 Budapest, Hungary — Durer Kert
30 Viena, Austria — Arena

April

01 Lviv, Ukraine — !FESTrepublic
02 Kyiv, Ukraine — Atlas
04 Kransodar, Russia — Arena Hall
05 Voronezh, Russia — Aura
07 Moscow, Russia — Glavclub
08 UFA, Russia — Club XI
10 Samara, Russia — Zvezda
11 Ekaterinburg, Russia — Teleclub
12 Novosibirsk, Russia — Podzemka
14 St. Petersburg, Russia — Morze
15 Minsk, Belarus - RE:PUBLIC
16 Vilnius, Lithuania — Loftas
18 Riga, Latvia — Palladium
19 Tallinn, Estonia — Cathouse
21 Helsinki, Finland — The Circus
23 Stockholm, Sweden — Fryshuset
25 Oslo, Norway — Parkteatret
26 Copenhagen, Denmark — Vega

Ghostemane Tour 2020
Posted on February 28th 2020, 7:30pm
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