Living Sacrifice Streaming "Ghost Thief" Title Track
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On the heels of last week’s unveiling of the track “Screwtape,” Living Sacrifice is ready to give fans another taste of what to expect from new album "Ghost Thief" by streaming the title track. Give it a listen below, courtesy of Revolvermag.com.
Set to drop November 11th on Solid State Records, "Ghost Thief" is the band’s 8th studio album overall and first new material since 2010’s "The Infinite Order."
“Ghost Thief was a tune that emerged out of a group writing session,” says vocalist/guitarist Bruce Fitzhugh. “A few riffs that we were throwing around from other songs that ended up going together well for this one. It is one of the more straightforward mid-tempo songs that we have on the record. Lyrically it speaks of how quickly our lives pass. Even if we are blessed to live 80 or 90 years, that is just not very long when calculating humanity's existence as a whole. So the song refers to the hope that we have in an afterlife and what that existence might look like.”
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