Ghost B.C. emerged a few years back with a simple yet evocative stage gimmick (anonymous dudes in robes and a singer outfitted like a satanic pope) and a batch of killer tunes (sleek, sinister hard rock, studded with golden hooks). Infestissumam, the Swedes’ 2013 sophomore effort, was a righteous blast of paranormal prog. Hear for yourself when this weird apparition of a band materializes in Times Square, with support from King Dude, a Seattle songsmith who specializes in a part-kitschy, part-creepy blend of lo-fi garage pop and gothy folk.
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