Tobias Forge joins Brock to discuss the new release IMERA. He talks about how knowing the song Hunters Moon was going to be placed in a film affected the writing process, his daughter singing on a track, and how he kept ideas fresh for their 5th record. Plus, Swedish Fish or Swedish Meatballs? This and more will also be revealed in the Rapid Fire round.
GRAMMY Award winning Swedish rock band Ghost have elevated themselves to one of the most esteemed and celebrated musical acts in the world today. Three consecutive #1 Active Rock radio singles; debuting at #1 (Rock) + #3 (Top 200) on the Billboard album charts; accumulating well over a Billion streams; headlining arena tours (including sold out shows at The Forum in L.A. + Barclays Center in Brooklyn NYC), touring 3 continents over 5 years with Iron Maiden, opening stadium shows for Metallica, and gracing magazine covers and television screens the world over… these are just a few facets of the Ghost mosaic. The band’s consistent challenging of boundaries of song craft and theatricality continues to grow formidable and fiercely passionate legions of supporters amongst the public and the media alike. Ghost’s occasionally dark lyrical content is always balanced by a keen melodic edge, as brandished on their infectious single “Hunter’s Moon”. The single is featured as the end credit song in, Halloween Kills, and is off to a blistering start. The new album “Impera” is available everywhere you get your music. Coupled with the announcement of a nationwide US arena tour, featured car in Nascar, premonitions have 2022 becoming the year of Ghost.