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Ghost Unveil New Track ‘Secular Haze’ and Offer Free Download

Metal Blade Swedish ambient heavy metallers Ghost have just released their first offering from their upcoming sophomore album. This offering comes in the form of a new song titled ‘Secular Haze.’ Even better, Ghost are giving it away for free. If ‘Secular Haze’ is any indication of what the band’s highly anticipated 2013 album will provide our ears, we’ve got something great to look forward to next year. For those who are unaware of Ghost, the band consists of five nameless ghouls draped in pious robes and masks, while the collective’s singer dons the exterior of an evil Pope. Ghost’s vocalist, Papa Emeritus, is the only member given a name, although he now goes by Papa Emeritus II, perhaps to signify the proceedings of a second album. Ghost’s debut album, ‘Opus Eponymous,’ received an incredibly positive response from critics and metal / rock fans, mostly due to its originality, atmosphere and strong composition. Be sure to keep your ears tuned to Ghost throughout 2013, as they could certainly be one of the year’s most important breakout acts. To download ‘Secular Haze’ for free, head on over to Ghost’s official website and type in your email. Also, see below to check out ‘Secular Haze’ performed live to take in both the sonic and visual elements of that which is Ghost. Ghost, ‘Secular Haze’ (Live)

12 Stones Singer Paul McCoy Talks ‘Beneath the Scars’, Surviving a Decade as a Band + More

It’s been ten years since 12 Stones self-titled debut record and the band has released their fourth studio album ‘Beneath the Scars’ earlier this year. Not to mention the group of Louisiana-based rockers is currently on tour with Smile Empty Soul. When we got the opportunity to chat with 12 Stones frontman Paul McCoy he spoke all about what’s ‘Beneath the Scars,’ and the recording process of the album as

Rob Halford Talks ‘Screaming for Vengeance,’ Future of Judas Priest + More

On July 17, 1982, Judas Priest released their eight studio album. ‘Screaming for Vengeance.’ Thirty years later, the legendary metal band will celebrate one of their most successful albums this September with the release of a special 30th anniversary edition, including the re-mastered original album plus bonus tracks and a live DVD from the 1983 US Festival Show. We recently spent some time chatting with the one and only Rob

Hellyeah’s Vinnie Paul and Chad Gray Talk ‘Band of Brothers,’ Touring + More

On July 17, Hellyeah released their third studio album, ‘Band of Brothers.’ In its first week of release, the album landed at No. 19 on the Billboard 200 album chart. To help them celebrate the release of their heaviest record to date — and because we’ll make any excuse to chat with them — we recently caught up with vocalist Chad Gray and drummer Vinnie Paul to talk all things

Jane’s Addiction Frontman Perry Farrell Discusses Plans for Upcoming Record

Jane’s Addiction released their fourth studio album, ‘The Great Escape Artist,’ last year and it was their first disc since 2003’s ‘Strays.’ Vocalist Perry Farrell says fans won’t have nearly as long to wait for another album. In an interview with, Farrell says, “The plan is, as soon as we get off the road, we begin writing our next record. I’d like to give it a six month window

Whitechapel’s Ben Savage Talks Latest Album, Band’s Three-Guitar Attack + More

Whitechapel are one of the many bands on this year’s impressive Mayhem Festival lineup. The Tennessee-based band also released their self-titled, fourth studio album earlier in the year. ‘I Dementia‘ is the disc’s lead single, and it has been making some serious impact on eardrums. So when Loudwire had the opportunity to chat with guitarist Ben Savage, he spoke all about their new album and much more. Congrats on your

Red Line Chemistry Singer Brett Ditgen Discusses New Album, Tour + State of Rock

It was just a few months ago that Red Line Chemistry released their latest song ‘Unspoken,’ the first single off of their upcoming album. Before hitting the studio to record the rest of the record, Red Line Chemistry decided to hit the road and on July 12, kicked off a brief, country-wide summer tour. While somewhere on the road in Oregon, lead singer Brett Ditgen checked in with Loudwire to

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