Ghost share three-track Deezer video live session

Ghost Deezer session cap

Swedish metal cohort Ghost have shared a three-track video live session recorded for music streaming service Deezer.

Deezer have heralded the performance as the first metal session that they have produced. Other bands that have recorded for the series include Royal Blood and Phoenix.

Ghost played three songs from their most recent album, Meliora: “From The Pinnacle To The Pit”, “Cirice” and “Absolution.”

The band are set to play several dates in the UK in December as part of a wider European tour:

12th Dec: Beckett University, Leeds
14th Dec: Rock City, Nottingham
15th Dec: Institute, Birmingham
16th Dec: Academy, Newcastle
18th Dec: ABC, Glasgow
19th Dec: Ritz, Manchester
20th Dec: Academy, Bristol
21st Dec: KOKO, London

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Listen as Jack White plays two hour session for BBC’s Zane Lowe

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Photo: BBC

As well as an incendiary set at this year’s Glastonbury festival, Jack White took the time to play a two hour session for BBC Radio 1’s Zane Lowe this week.

White played a host of material from new album Lazaretto, and chatted extensively to Lowe as well.

You can hear the whole affair via the BBC Radio 1 website.

Watch the video for the title track from Lazaretto below:

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The Birds Of Satan fly on Last Call with Carson Daly

The Birds Of Satan - Carson Daly

If you missed it, what were you doing that was so important?!

The Birds Of Satan appeared on Last Call With Carson Daly this week, playing “Wait Til Tomorrow” and “Nothing At All” in a session recorded at Dave Grohl’s Studio 606.

You can watch videos of the performance of “Wait Til Tomorrow” here, and “Nothing At All” here.

The Birds Of Satan feature renowned musicians Taylor Hawkins of Foo Fighters fame, Mick Murphy of My Ruin, and Wiley Hodgden of Chevy Metal. Their eponymous debut album was released earlier this year and garnered a 5/5 review from Skin Back Alley, which you can read here.

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