Regardless of the constant lineup changes and the current legal battle, Ghost aren’t going away anytime soon. In fact, they have been in the studio since August to work on the follow-up to 2015’s LP Meliora. According to vocalist Papa Emeritus/Tobias Forge, their fourth full-length album could be released as early as spring 2018.
While Forge was dressed up as a nameless ghoul this past Friday (15) at the German edition of the Metal Hammer Awards, he discussed details about the new record:
“We’ve been in the studio for about a month now.”
“And by the end of the year, if everything goes according to plan — knock, knock — we’re gonna have a new album, not out, but we’re gonna have a new recorded and mixed and delivered. And hopefully that means that we’re gonna have a new album out by April — possibly, hopefully.”
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