See Ghost's Papa Zero, Sister Imperator Get Weird in Metallica Tour Announcement | Revolver

See Ghost's Papa Zero, Sister Imperator Get Weird in Metallica Tour Announcement

Satanic rockers unveil bizarre "Chapter 5" video revealing European tour dates with Big Four thrashers

Ghost have just announced that they will be joining Metallica on the thrashers' summer 2019 WorldWired European Stadium tour. The tour launches on May 1st in Lisbon, Portugal and will see the acts performing at 25 stadiums across 20 countries through August.  

In typical, cryptically bizarre fashion, the masked Swedish act rolled out the announcement via a short video, which builds upon the previously released "Chapter 4" clip that saw Sister Imperator hospitalized after a fiery car crash.

In the new video, "Chapter 5: The Call," Imperator is still bedridden, wrapped in bandages. She receives a call from Papa Zero in which they discuss their love of the Omen films and briefly flirt with some supernatural phone sex … before Imperator is thrown by Papa Zero's zero chill: specifically that he's wearing his papal robes and sitting on the toilet.

Ghost will hit the road this fall in support of their last album Prequelle for their own headlining "A Pale Tour Named Death" trek, first in North America kicking off October 25 in Dallas, TX, and then in Europe beginning February 2019. See the newly announced European tour dates with Metallica below:


1    POR, Lisbon Estadio do Restelo
3    SPA, Madrid Valdebebas
5    SPA, Barcelona Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys
8    ITA, Milan Ippodromo SNAI San Siro
10   SWI, Zurich Letzigrund
12   FRA, Paris Stade de France


8    IRE, Dublin, Slane Castle
11   HOL, Amsterdam Johan Cruijff Arena
13   GER, Cologne RheinEnergieStadion
16   BEL, Brussels Koning Boudewijnstadion
18   ENG, Manchester Etihad Stadium
20   ENG, London Twickenham Stadium


6    GER, Berlin Olympiastadion
9    SWE, Gothenburg Ullevi
11   DEN, Copenhagen Telia Parken
13   NOR, Trondheim Granasen
16   FIN, Hameenlinna Kantolan Tapahtumapuisto
18   EST, Tartu Raadi Airfield
21   RUS, Moscow Luzhniki Stadium


14   ROM, Bucharest Arena Nationala
16   AUT, Vienna Ernst-Happel-Stadion