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Ghost's Next Album Will Be Darker

11/03/2016
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Ghost

(TeamRock) Ghost's follow-up to 2015 album Meliora will be "darker" and the subject matter will feature the "return of a deity" according to one of the band's Nameless Ghouls.

Describing Meliora as a "pre-apocalyptic" record, the Ghoul says their upcoming fourth album - expected in 2017 - will be a natural progression on that theme.

He tells Whiplash: "Let's just say that it's a continuation of Meliora, but it's sort of a response. I've used the word 'pre-acopalyptic' on Meliora. It's sort of the height of civilisation - it's symbolism.

"Just look at the cover, skyrisers and everything. You don't even see the ground. It's all covered and built material. And, obviously, there has to an end to that. So there will be a call and response. And the next album will be the response to that.

"So if there was an absence of a God, there might be a return of a deity, which usually comes in horrible form. So it will be a darker album." Read more here.

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