Ghost: Announce UK And European Tour Dates

Popestar UK/ Europe Tour Dates   MARCH Fri          24           ENG, Norwich UEA Sat          25           WAL, Cardiff Great Hall Sun        26           ENG, London Forum Tue        28           ENG, Leeds O2 Academy Wed      29           SCO, Glasgow 02 ABC Fri          31           ENG, Manchester Apollo   APRIL Sat          1             ENG, Birmingham 02 Academy Sun        2             ENG, Brighton Dome Tue        4             LUX, Luxembourg Rockhal Club Wed      5             GER, Cologne E-Werk Thu        6             HOL, Amsterdam HMH Sat          8             GER, Hamburg Docks Sun        9             GER, Wiesbaden Schlachtof Mon       10           BEL, Brussels AB Tue        11           FRA, Paris Olympia Thu        13           SPA, Barcelona St. Jordi Club Fri          14           SPA, Madrid Barclaycard Center Sat          15           POR, Lisbon Sala Tejo @ MEO Arena Sun        16           SPA, Bilbao BEC Tue        18           SWI, Zurich Volkshaus Wed      19           ITA, Milan Alcatraz Thu        20           AUT, Vienna Gasometer Fri          21           POL, Warsaw Stodola Sun        23           GER, Munich Kesselhaus Tue        25           GER, Berlin Huxleys Wed      26           DEN, Copenhagen Valby Hallen Thu        27           NOR, Oslo Spektrum Fri          28           SWE, Stockholm Hovet Sun        30           FIN, Helsinki ICE Hall     Tickets for these dates are available now from all the usual outlets.       Ghost will perform psalms from their surprise EP, ‘Popestar’ – released on CD, vinyl, and digital via Spinefarm Records/Loma Vista Recordings last September – in addition to songs from their current album, ‘Meliora’ and beyond. The EP contains interpretations of selections by Echo and the Bunnymen, Simian Mobile Disco, Eurythmics, and Imperiet.   Latest album, ‘Meliora’, released in August 2015, was met with huge critical acclaim, and has performed incredibly well in charts around the world, reaching No. 8 on the US Billboard Chart and No. 23 in the UK. “Generally speaking, the band has done more to bring blasphemous, religion-skewering devil rock to the mainstream masses than perhaps any act since Marilyn Manson.”  – ROLLING STONE   “exceeded the wildest expectations” – THE GUARDIAN   “Ghost is back cracking skulls” – NOISEY   “Their slickest album yet… irresistibly grandiose” – UNCUT   “Black-souled retro doom-pop, as heavy as Metallica, as melodically sophisticated as ABBA” – CLASSIC ROCK   “Melodically spun nightmares dripping in riffs and solos” – METAL HAMMER      ]]>

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