With the release of the "Bodybag", As Ghosts takes a fresh approach to an alternative-rock style. Laced with addictive melodies, edgy undertones, and plenty of character, the record boasts the aesthetic of heavy rock anthems.
"Bodybag" can be taken in different ways depending on how you look at it, but, overall, the song tells the very personal story of someone desperately trying to hold onto and fix a shattered and toxic relationship that is already far too gone to save."
explains the band of their single.
This release is now followed up by a third called "Somewhere West of Hate" as the band ramps up or their full EP release.
Although the singles speak volumes for the band, to get a real understanding of where As Ghosts is coming from, the EP should be heard in its entirety.
As Ghosts began when guitarist and producer Gash Spadola began working with vocalist Maze Lozoya in the midst of their senior year of high school.
After writing and recording their first single "Angels", they knew they were onto something special and recruited a second guitarist Krueger Rosen.
The three of them released "Bodybag" together and shortly after, brought on drummer Nick Schwem to join the rest.
With their latest single "Somewhere West of Hate", the band is now booking live performances as they prepare for the For The Dead EP.