Band:Ghost Album:Infestissumam Version: Japanese Edition Release date: May 22nd, 2013 Genre: Doom/Heavy Metal/Rock/Psychedelic Label: Universal Music | Republic Records | Thunderball667 Catalog#: UICU-1237 Country: Sweden Format: MP3@320kbps / FLAC@943kbps (cue+log+covers) Scans: Complete Size: MP3 (1467 MB) / FLAC (443,7 MB) / Scans (27,3 MB) Host: Mega / Solidfiles / Cloudmail Password: MTC
1.- Infestissumam - 01:42 2.- Per Aspera ad Inferi - 04:09 3.- Secular Haze - 05:11 4.- Jigolo Har Megiddo - 03:59 5.- Ghuleh / Zombie Queen - 07:29 6.- Year Zero - 05:50 7.- Body and Blood - 03:43 8.- Idolatrine - 04:24 9.- Depth of Satan's Eyes - 05:26 10.- Monstrance Clock - 07:53 11.- La Mantra Mori - 05:14 * 12.- I'm a Marionette (ABBA cover) - 04:53 * 13.- Waiting for the Night (Depeche Mode cover) - 05:37 * ---------------------------------- Total playing time: 01:05:31
Members in this album: Nameless Ghoul: Keyboards Nameless Ghoul: Drums Nameless Ghoul: Guitars (rhythm) Papa Emeritus II: Vocals Nameless Ghoul: Bass Nameless Ghoul: Guitars (lead)
Guest / Session Musicians: St. Trident Tenors of Tinseltown: Choirs
Other Staff: Zbigniew Bielak: Artwork (sleeve) Paul Fig: Recording, Mixing Erik Danielsson: Design Ted Jensen: Mastering Indio Marcato: Songwriting, Lyrics (tracks 6, 7, 10) David Richard Campbell: Scoring, Conducting Niklas Berglov: Engineering (pre-production) A Ghoul Writer: Songwriting, Lyrics Amir Chamdin: Photography Simon Söderberg: Engineering (pre-production) Niels Nielsen: Engineering (pre-production) Nathan Yarbourough: Recording, Mixing Nick Raskulinecz: Producer, Mixing
Additional Notes: A video was made for "Secular Haze". It was shot in the band's home town of Linköping and directed by Amir Chamdin.
Another video was made for "Year Zero", once again directed by Amir Chamdin. It was unveiled on March 25th, 2013.
A third video was made for "Monstrance Clock". It was directed by Rob Semmer and released on July 3, 2013.
Disc printing plants in United States reportedly refused to print the CD artwork depicting forest nymph orgy with inverted crucifix. The latter was deemed "too sacrilegious". The art was done by Polish artist Zbignew Bielak II. The controversial art can still be found on both the vinyl and European copies of the Infestissumam. This caused the U.S. release to be delayed to April 16th, 2013.
Recording information: Recorded and mixed at Blackbird Studios, Nashville, Tennessee. Mastered at Sterling Sound, New York, New York. Choirs recorded at The Bridge Recording Studios, Glendale, California. Pre-production and additional recordings were done at Mayfire Studio, Linköping, Sweden, and Hufvudstaden, Söderköping, Sweden.