Artist picture of Ghost


467 180 seguidores

Escucha todas las canciones de Ghost en Deezer

Canciones top del artista

Mary On A Cross Ghost 04:04
Square Hammer Ghost 03:59
Dance Macabre Ghost 03:39
Cirice Ghost 06:02
Year Zero Ghost 05:50
Life Eternal Ghost 03:27
Darkness At The Heart Of My Love Ghost 04:58
He Is Ghost 04:13
Zenith Ghost 06:04
Kiss The Go-Goat Ghost 03:15

Último lanzamiento

Nuevos lanzamientos de Ghost en Deezer

13 Commandments

de Ghost


3938 seguidores

Álbumes populares

Los álbumes más populares de Ghost

Artistas similares

Encuentra artistas similares a Ghost


Playlists y música de Ghost

Aparece en

Escucha a Ghost en Deezer


Hiding their identities behind masks, face paint, and religious robes, Scandinavian rock demons Ghost create over-the-top, Satanic heavy metal. The group formed in 2006 in Linkoping, Sweden, inspired by B-movie horror films as well as 1970s metal bands. Led by frontman Papa Emeritus (real name: Tobias Forge) and a cast of musicians known only as Nameless Ghouls, Ghost's debut album Opus Eponymous transformed the musicians from underground cult oddities into nominees at the 2011 Grammis Awards, making them breakthrough stars on the hard-rock circuit across Europe. They also toured North America with Mastodon and Opeth, before their frontman undertook a new persona as Papa Emeritus II. Ghost's second album, Infestissumam, offered a mix of progressive, classic rock pomp and anthemic metal thunder. The combination earned the group their first Grammis Award in 2014. Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl became a fan of the band and produced their EP If You Have a Ghost, and Ghost returned in 2015 with Meliora. The single "Cirice" won a Grammy Award for "Best Metal Performance," with the group operating under the name "Ghost B.C." in the United States. Four members left the group and took legal action in 2016, but Forge pushed forward with a new lineup and a new frontman persona, Cardinal Copia, who made his debut on 2018's Grammy-nominated Prequelle. Four years later, the band released Impera, which peaked at Number 2 in America as well as the UK. Impera reached Number 1 in Sweden, and Ghost returned to the Number 1 spot one year later with the Phantomime EP, which reached Number 7 in the US.