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    Posted: December 04 2021 at 14:44
New York's Ghostbound are relatively new in the scene, having debuted in 2018 with the album All is Phantom, but bring a lot to the table. Frontman Alec Head has a clean, operatic style that lends itself to a lot of nuance, and their impressive arrangements blend black metal and power metal with elements of post-punk and art rock.

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Formed in New York in 2017, Ghostbound are the brainchild of singer/guitarist Alec Head. Their first album, 2018's All is Phantom, was the culmination of over a decade of work by Head at refining the lyrics and song structures, during which time he played in several other New York bands, including the critically-acclaimed Kosmodemonic. Head recorded and played most of the instruments on All is Phantom on his own, later recruiting a backing band to perform the material live. This live unit soon wrote and recorded a maritime-themed follow-up EP, slyly titled Extended Play for my Sweet Mary Thyme.


All is Phantom
1. The Gallivanter 08:06
2. The Wildest of Rivers 05:45
3. Earthen Ground 07:09
4. (I Will) Keep My Dreams Inside 05:55
5. Intermezzo 02:18
6. Tidings 06:31
7. Night Time Drowning 06:38
8. It Goes Away 08:29
9. Roof and Wall 05:01
10. Goodbye 07:36

Extended Play For My Sweet Mary Thyme
1. And We Are Already At Sea 04:59
2. Ada, Age of Eight 05:08
3. Bosun's Lament 06:07
4. For My Sweet Mary Thyme 06:31
5. Seaward 07:08


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Interesting suggestion, thanks for putting this out there. I just checked out Kosmodemonic recently and was pleasantly confounded.
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