Ghost - Infestissumam

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Release date: 16 April 2013
Style: Heavy metal, Psychedelic rock


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01. Infestissumam
02. Per Aspera Ad Inferi
03. Secular Haze
04. Jigolo Har Megiddo
05. Ghuleh / Zombie Queen
06. Year Zero
07. Body And Blood
08. Idolatrine
09. Depth Of Satan's Eyes
10. Monstrance Clock
11. La Mantra Mori [deluxe edition bonus]
12. I'm A Marrionette [ABBA cover] [deluxe edition bonus]

Papa Emeritus II - vocals
Nameless Ghoul (Air) - keyboards
Nameless Ghoul (Omega) - guitars
Nameless Ghoul (Alpha) - guitars
Nameless Ghoul (Earth) - drums
Nameless Ghoul (Water) - bass

Guest musicians
David Silverman - organ
Dave Grohl - drums, guitars

Additional info
Choir performed by the St. Trident Tenors Of Tinseltown conducted by David Richard Campbell.

Staff review by
Who are Ghost B.C. and what makes their music so appealing? To be honest, when I heard their debut album I didn't think much of these questions. All I thought was that the dark aura of Mercyful Fate around their thinly concealed heart nabbed from Blue Oyster Cult tunes like "Nosferatu" was decades too late. Listening now to their second effort Infestissumam is like having a conversation with the misunderstood Casper the friendly ghost, if he were the head of a Satanic cult. Their sound is actually readily accessible, as it turns out, and completely inoffensive, if you aren't deterred by the devil fixation.

published 02.08.2013 | Comments (14)

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01.11.2016 - 18:28
Rating: 8
Nihil's Maw
I enjoy the songwriting on this album slightly better than the songwriting on their debut album, but damn the sound is weak in this one. If they had kept the heavier sound of their first one, this might be much better.

Year Zero is awesome though... without Year Zero this album would merely be good, but that song is so cool that it pushes the whole thing into being pretty great.

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