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Ghost’s New Video For Faith Is Deliciously Disturbing”

Ghost’s new video for Faith isn’t for the squeamish

Swedish occultists Ghost have released a new lyric video for Faith.

It’s the third single to be released from last year’s Prequelle album, following Rats and Dance Macabre.

The band previously shared a live video of Faith from their A Pale Tour Named Death shows, and have now dropped a much more sinister clip.

We wish to inform you Ghost’s song Faith has a deliciously disturbing lyric video ready for viewing,” say the band. And they’re not wrong – unless you’re really into lobotomies and the dissection of human brains.

Earlier this week, Ghost announced details of The Ultimate Tour Named Death, which visits the UK and Europe this November and December.

The band will be joined by All Them Witches and Tribulation throughout the 18 shows.

Tickets go on sale Friday July 12 at 10am UK time.

Ghost UK and Europe tour 2019

November

16: Nottingham Motorpoint Arena, UK
17: Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, UK
18: Glasgow The SSE Hydro, UK
20: Dublin 3Arena, UK
22: London The SSE Arena, Wembley, UK
23: Leeds First Direct Arena, UK
30: Katowice, Spodek, Poland 

December

01: Prague Universum, Czech Republic
03: Budapest BSA, Hungary
05: Mantova PalaBam, Italy
06: Zurich Halle 622, Switzerland
08: Barcelona St. Jordi, Spain
10: Lisbon Sala Tejo, Portugal
11: Madrid Vistalegre, Spain
13: Strasbourg Zenith, France
17: Rockhal Luxembourg, Luxembourg
18: Nantes Zenith, France
19: Toulouse Zenith, France

Ghost tour poster 2019
Posted on July 11th 2019, 10:39a.m.
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