Swedish occult rockers Ghost B.C. release their new album Infestissumam April 16, via Loma Vista Records. Initially set for release this week, it was pushed back due to a questionable controversy regarding album art. In any case, the band has revealed a third track from the album, the latest being the closing track, “Monstrance Clocks.” And if anyone is wondering what a monstrance clock is, it’s a crucifix-shaped clock developed during the Renaissance, which used a rotating ball to tell the time of day. No really.
Anyhow, have a listen to the new track over at Rolling Stone.
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