Ghost B.C. Foreshadow Doom in 'Secular Haze' Live – Premiere
Swedish metal band recorded the song at Webster Hall in New York

Enigmatic Swedish metal act Ghost B.C. released their second LP, Infestissumam, back in April (you can pick it up on Amazon now) and are currently in the midst of a massive world tour that will find them back in the United States this October alongside Avenged Sevenfold and the Deftones. The band's live act is theatrical, potent and quite ghastly, and now you can take an exclusive first look at a new live clip for album cut  "Secular Haze," a slow burning harbinger of doom, which they recently performed to a sold-out crowd at New York City's Webster Hall.

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"Playing in New York will always feel very special for us, since it was the first city in the U.S. that embraced us," said one of Ghost B.C.'s Nameless Ghouls. "Every time we play there, it marks another step up for us – going from filling up the basement at Webster Hall, to filling up the Bowery to finally play at sold out Webster Hall. We simply love New York."

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