Ghost's Nameless Ghoul Explains Deeper Meanings Behind New Look
The Ghoul tells RockNLive: "This album takes place not at the same time as the last one. We wanted it to look like art deco 1920s in the US. The Ghouls should look like a gang of very rich people having a secret meeting at a hotel."
That led to a costume rethink. "We didn't want to have clothes or robes and the religion mask," says the member. "We wanted to have beautiful costumes, suits and masks that look like statues from the 1920s." Stream the full interview here.
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