Ghost’s Tobias Forge thinks that there are too many bands touring on the identical time and “it is hurting everybody.” Forge goes on to say that bands are struggling due to it which is why Ghost has determined to remain out of it.
In an interview with Z93’s The Morning After Tobias Forge talked about how Ghost can be doing a whole lot of touring in 2023. The band opted in opposition to doing a summer time pageant route “simply because 2022’s lineup was 2020’s lineups, so there was no place for us; they could not cater to a brand new band coming in, as a result of all of the slots have been taken since two years again.”
Forge explains, “There’s simply merely an excessive amount of happening proper now – so many bands out – and it is simply too crowded. And it is hurting everybody, truly. I do not wanna carry out the fiddles for rock and roll music, however belief me once I noticed that rather a lot of your favourite bands are actually struggling due to…Popping out of COVID, all people’s attempting to tour on the identical time, and, clearly, folks can’t see each band that comes by.”
That is why Ghost determined to “keep out of [this shit]” and opted for a U.S. tour with Mastodon and Spirtbox this yr and are doing a world tour in 2023. “We’re ecstatic about this tour that we’re doing proper now, that folks present up, and that is rather a lot.” Forge additionally mentions how Ghost had a tour in Europe deliberate however says “Europe is simply too bizarre proper now. There’s an excessive amount of happening, and there is a large power disaster.”
“We’re gonna do the entire fucking world in 2023,” Forge says.
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