Living Sacrifice Singled Out Week: Ghost Thief

Living Sacrifice have released their new album "Ghost Thief" and to celebrate we asked Bruce Fitzhugh and Rocky Grayto to tell us about some of the new songs. Today they tell us about the title track. Here is the story:

Bruce: This is one of the last songs that we wrote for the record and it came out of a group writing session. Lance pulled the riffs from 2 different ideas and we started jamming them together. After a few hours, it came together.

Lyrically it became one of the main themes of the record and so we picked Ghost Thief for the title. It speaks of the quickness of this life and how death is inevitable reality. And then it speaks of the hope we have in God and an afterlife in heaven.
Rocky: I really like the 4 on the floor drums on the verses. This is a monster mash of riffs but it works.

Bruce: one thing I can add on this is the fade in drum/guitar intro. That was Jeremiah's idea and I freakin love how it came out. when everything comes in on that it is great, then we break into that trash intro riff. I agree with Rock, when Lance locks into that 4/4 beat on the verse, I cannot help myself but head bang. So fun to play.

Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourself and learn more about the album right here!

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