Since the release of Prequelle, Ghost have been steadily ramping up the production value of their live shows, culminating in their dramatic A Pale Horse Named Death presentation., which is showcased in the Swedish occult-metal band's new performance video for standout album cut "Faith." Frontman Cardinal Copia glides around the stage while his Nameless Ghouls rock out together through Eighties-throwback riffs and gospel-adjacent melodies. The stage is set up to look like a church, with three stained glass portraits telling the story of the band's progression of frontmen. A shower of confetti shoots out right before a huge solo hits, and the fans sing along to every word. In short? You're likely to have a good ass time seeing Copia and the boys onstage.
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