New Jersey’s own award winning singer-songwriter Gregg Sgar has released a new version of his previous single “Signs (Acoustic Reimagined)” here at Ghost Cult. Recast as a more contemplative, yet still fiery take on the track, the newly cast song features a focus on Greg’s amazing voice and ability to deliver a heart-breaking phrase across his impressive multi-octave range. “Signs” follows his previous single “Don’t Go Outside” which showed off another side to the artist as well. The acclaimed producer and songwriter was the winner of the prestigious 2018 John Lennon Songwriting Contest, and you can hear why on this track.
I’ll let you in on a little secret when it comes to reviewing metal and hardcore. If Converge’s Kurt Ballou produced or recorded an album, chances are that the getting is going to be pretty good. Two songs into Crowhurst’s III (Prophecy Productions) I found myself wondering who manned the boards and – lo and behold – the aforementioned Ballou handled the affair at the now legendary GodCity Studios. Praise the maker.Continue reading
The music world was rocked on Wednesday night, as we learned that the irreplaceable Paul O’Neill passed away due to a chronic illness. Chris Caffery could only post the word “Shattered” at the time the news broke, but now the legendary guitarist has shared a wonderful, and powerful tribute to his fallen friend.Continue reading
Judas Priest is currently working on their highly anticipated follow up to 2014’s Redeemer of Souls, and we have an exciting new update for you today. Continue reading