The Ghost Inside have announced that they will be releasing a new live album that was captured during their 2019 comeback concert in Los Angeles.
The record, entitled "Rise From The Ashes: Live At The Shrine" will be released digitally on July 30th, followed by a vinyl release in January via Epitaph Records. We were sent the following background details about the album:
"On an early morning in November 2015, The Ghost Inside was involved in a head on collision that took the life of their bus driver as well as the driver of the other vehicle. Jonathan Vigil (vocals) suffered a fractured back, ligament damage, and two broken ankles. Zach Johnson (guitar) had 13 surgeries for a femur injury and Andrew Tkaczyk (drums) lost his right leg above the knee. The future of the band was completely unknown throughout 2016, as everyone struggled to heal their extensive injuries.
"The road to recovery was both mentally and physically extensive but The Ghost Inside were determined to get back to doing what they love. Nearly four years later, the band did just that returning to the stage July 2019, 1,333 days after their bus accident. Originally meant to take place at the historic Shrine Auditorium, tickets sold out so quick that the gig had to be moved to the parking lot. The updated parking lot location sold out at 8,000 tickets.
"The accident will always be a defining moment for The Ghost Inside, but never what defines them.
"On July 10, the band will celebrate the two-year anniversary of The Shrine show with a world premiere of their concert film Rise From The Ashes on July 10 at 6pm PT/9pm ET.
"The livestream will feature the 2019 show in its entirety, as well as, a Q&A will the band. The concert will be available for stream 48 hours after premiere."
Tickets are on sale here.