Meliora (Latin for "the pursuit of something better") is the third studio album by Swedish rock band Ghost. The album was produced by Klas Åhlund and released on August 21, 2015. The album was generally well received, placing on several music publications' lists of the best heavy metal albums of the year and winning Best Hard Rock/Metal Album at the 2015 Grammis Awards. Lead single "Cirice" won the 2016 Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance
Meliora is the third full-length studio album by Swedish heavy metal band Ghost BC. The album was released on August 21, 2015. This album marked the retiring of lead vocalist Papa Emeritus II’s stage name, who now goes by Papa Emeritus III. From Revolver Magazine: It has been widely reported that Meliora marks the debut of a new singer, Papa Emeritus III, who is the successor of Papa Emeritus I and II- the vocalists on ‘Opus Eponymous’ and ‘Infestissumam,’ respectively.
Having toured with Paradise Lost, Mastodon, Opeth and countless other has only solidified the movement they have created.
Meliora (CD, Album). Universal Music, Polydor, Rise Above Records, Reaktor Recordings. 060254733055, REAKTORCD02. Meliora (CD, Album).
The engimatic Swedish band Ghost's 2013 sophomore album Infestissumam was supposed to be metal's second commercial coming, but it was mostly a bore. With Meliora, their third full-length, they've returned to a heavier direction, and created a far more engaging collection of their seductive Satanism. The engimatic Swedish band Ghost (briefly known as Ghost .
Band Name Ghost (SWE). Дата релиза 21 Август 2015. Лейблы Spinefarm Records. Музыкальный стильHeavy Rock. Владельцы этого альбома243.
Meliora (2015) by Ghost. Labels: Loma Vista Recordings. Genres: Heavy Metal, Rock Members: Papa Emeritus III, Nameless Ghoul, Nameless Ghoul, Nameless Ghoul, Nameless Ghoul, Nameless Ghoul. Meliora (Latin for "the pursuit of something better"), like other Ghost studio albums, has an album cover based on a movie poster, this time being the 1927 film "Metropolis" by Fritz Lang. And the album cover is pretty clever, with Papa Emiritus' posture actually looking like his own face. Pretty nice eh? Something to note about: the album cover isn't all that's amazing to this album.
Written by Brenton Harris. That mission has been going devilishly well, with legions of followers worldwide joining the clergy of Ghost’s dark mass. Home to a melodic refrain that could convert a nun to the darkside, it’s inspired new territory for Ghost. On the heavier side of the ledger, the brooding Absolution conjure apocalyptic visions.