EXCLUSIVE VIDEO PREMIERE: Solemn Vision – “A Perch For Demons“

Ghost Cult is excited to team up with New York City’s Solemn Vision for the drop of their debut music video ever! ‘A Perch for Demon’ is a crushing track and the video matches the power and drama with a combination of a narrative story and band performance. Directed by Tom Flynn (Lamb of God, Body Count, All That Remains, Covet) and stars actress, dancer, and musician Purple. The band has also announced the instrumental release of their self-titled 2019 album, as a pay what you want album via Bandcamp, next Friday, May 15th. Check out the clip right now! 

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EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE: Bad Citizen – “Beekeeper”

New York City Rock band Bad Citizen has teamed up with Ghost Cult to stream a brand new single today! ‘Beekeeper’ can be purchased and streamed from the links below. Full of slick grooves, fresh drumming, and brooding vocals, the track is killer. Channeling all of their influences, the band is focused on this new music and kicking total ass. Be on the lookout for more news and new music soon from this band! Check it out! Continue reading

Jayden Panesso of Sylar Talks “Seasons” Album, Dealing with Criticism

Ghost Cult caught up with Jayden Panesso last fall at Rock Allegiance Festival. The band had just dropped their new album ‘Seasons’, on Hopeless Records. Jayden talked candidly about his anxiety about releasing new music in the “internet” age, reading negative comments online, Nu Metal and Hardcore bands who inspired him, and much more. Sylar is getting ready to kick off a headline tour with Varials and Groundculture, and we have shared the dates below. Thanks to Jayden and Sylar for hanging out with us. Interview by Keefy and videography by Omar Cordy of OJC Photography. Continue reading

Candiria – While They Were Sleeping

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From what I gather, Candiria’s new album (and first proper LP since 2009’s Kiss the Lie), While They Were Sleeping (Metal Blade) is a concept album centered on a “failed musician who rises up against a monarchy in New York City.” While that is a novel concept to dedicate an album to, you wonder is there are any parallels with Candiria’s own near-tragic story. Continue reading