After first unveiling Papa Emeritus IV as their next singer in early 2020, ushering in the latest era of the band, Ghost have finally delivered on long-promised new material with the new song “Hunter’s Moon,” which is featured on the Halloween Kills movie soundtrack.
This latest single has arrived just hours after Ghost announced a co-headlining U.S. tour with Volbeat, which is set to kick off on Jan. 25 with special guest Twin Temple as the opening act. It’s the first new material from the ghastly Swedish outfit spearheaded by mastermind Tobias Forge since 2019’s retro-rocking, two-track Seven Inches of Satanic Panic EP.
Work on the successor to 2018’s Prequelle, Ghost’s fourth studio album, began over a year ago as Forge disclosed that he was writing new music through the fall of 2020 with intentions on recording in January and that he was targeting a late 2021 album release. Everything, so far, appears to have fallen in place, even amid a disruptive pandemic that will likely remain impactful next year as well.
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