Off The Cross Recruit Members Of Aborted, Epica, Eluveitie, Etc. For Cover Of Ghost’s “Dance Macabre”

Off The Cross have shared a cover of Ghost’s “Dance Macabre.” The track features a number of special guests including: Kris Martens (Tangled Horns, Diablo Blvd.), Jason Bernard (King Hiss), Coen Janssen (Epica), Casper De Decker (Hamelin, Rānn), Servaas Steurbaut (Bizkit Park, Bulls On Parade), Jonas Wolf (Eluveitie, Illumishade), Isaac Delahaye (Epica), Jan Coudron (King Hiss, Carneia), Alex Agnew (Diablo Blvd.), Dani Hart, Sven De Caluwé (Aborted), Jeroen Vranken (Arson), Jeroen Camerlynck (Fleddy Melculy), and Simon Duson (Carnation).

Ghost Score Third “Mainstream Rock Songs” No. 1 With “Dance Macabre”

According to Billboard, Ghost have scored their third consecutive No. 1 on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock Songs airplay chart with “Dance Macabre.” This track follows “Rats,” which topped the chart for seven weeks last year, and “Square Hammer,” which topped the chart for two weeks in 2017.

Listen To Ghost Perform At BBC Radio 1’s Maida Vale Studios

Ghost recently recorded an in-studio session at BBC Radio 1’s Maida Vale Studios and it officially aired on BBC Radio 1‘s “Rock Show With Daniel P Carter” yesterday (February 10). The group performed “Rats“, “Dance Macabre“, “Life Eternal” and “Faith” during the session, which can be heard HERE.

Ghost Perform On French TV Show “Quotidien”, Tobias Forge Gives Fully Unmasked Interview

Ghost frontman Tobias Forge recently took part in a fully unmasked interview for the French TV show “Quotidien.” You can see footage of that, along with footage of the band performing “Dance Macabre” and “Life Eternal” on the show below:

[via The PRP]

Ghost Share Carpenter Brut Remix Of “Dance Macabre”

Ghost have shared a Carpenter Brut remix of their song “Dance Macabre.” The original version of the track appears on the band‘s latest album “Prequelle.” Carpenter Brut commented:

“I’ve been a big fan of Ghost since their beginning and when I had the opportunity to open for the band in 2016, I was super excited. Last April, I received an email from Tobias himself asking if I would remix ‘Dance Macabre,’ and of course I accepted. I wanted to bring a funky and disco touch, not just confine myself to the pure synthwave style that would have been expected, but to make this remix a disco rock song and bring out the pop side of the band that is always underlying in their music.”