Who does the artwork for Ghost albums?
Zbigniew M. Bielak
Born in 1980 in Cracow, Zbigniew M. Bielak is a Polish artist and architect, best known in the musical realm for his record cover illustrations, which among others include meticulously handcrafted artworks of Watain, Ghost, Vader or Absu albums.
Who designs Ghost album covers?
The album artwork was designed by award-winning artist Mila Furstova, who has shown in 20 solo shows. Her work has become part of important private and public collections, including that of Queen Elizabeth II and the V&A Museum in London, so it only seems natural that Coldplay wanted her involved in their latest album.
When did Infestissumam come out?
April 10, 2013Infestissumam / Release date
How many nameless ghouls are there?
Members. There are currently eight Ghouls in the band.
Who is the lead singer of the band Ghost?
Repugnant1998 – 2004Crashdïet2000 – 2002Subvision
Tobias Forge/Music groups
How many Ghoulettes are there?
There are currently eight Ghouls in the band. Three of them are female Ghouls who also known as Ghoulettes or Ghulehs. Multighoul (male) (Known as Multighoul, Shadow and/or Swiss Army Ghoul) – guitarist, tambourine, backing vocals, saxophonist (as Papa Nihil ) and more.
What is the cover art of Ghost’s new album?
The album’s cover art is part of a single, large piece that was separated into 12 or 13 pictures. These were used as thumbnails for the videos of songs from the album on Ghost’s YouTube channel. It was made in collaboration with the band and drawn by Polish artist Zbigniew Bielak and inspired by the album’s lyrics and themes.
What is Infestissumam’s first album?
Infestissumam, their first album for a major label, follows their 2010 debut Opus Eponymous, a collection of old-school “Satanic” heavy metal with hooks as addictive as sin. It’s difficult not to pull for Ghost B.C.:
Is Ghost’s ‘Infestissumam’ the best Opus Eponymous ever?
At its best, Opus Eponymous capably laced Ghost’s pop ambition with heavy metal’s sense of danger, as with the bracing crunch of “Ritual” or the hangman guitar tone of the simultaneously clever and goofy “Satan Prayer”. At its best, however, Infestissumam is only a reminder of that earlier record’s now-apocryphal promise.
Is Infestissumam a good band?
Infestissumam is a great critique of how self-serious yet puerile heavy metal can get, but that’s probably not the point of a lucrative record deal. In the heavy metal community, Ghost B.C.’s defenders often talk about the band as a gateway for young metal fans, a new chance to expand the musty dark legions.