Ghost are on their way to release their announced album Impera on Mar 11. But, suddenly a rumor came on Reddit that Ghost ‘s Impera Griftwood album leaked before being released. So, is Ghost ‘s impera really leak on the Internet to download?
Is Ghost Impera Griftwood Leak version available to download?
The answer is NO. The album Impera is set to release on 11th March and someone in the Reddit community started a rumor that the album is leak on the Internet.
The rumor benefited a lot of sites that share zip files. Fans started visiting some sites to download the Ghost Impera leak version. But, ended up seeing lot of popup ads. In the end, they didn’t get any Impera music album and ended up installing viruses in their devices through some spammy sites.
What fans think about the album leak?
Fans of the Ghost band shared that they will download paid version and will listen to the album only after the official release no matter even if it gets leaked. Some of them really got excited and started searching all over the Internet to get the Ghost Impera Griftwood leak album. But, it is never leaked.
Tracklist of Impera:
- Call Me Little Sunshines
- Hunter’s Moon
- Watcher In The Sky
- Darkness At The Heart Of My Love
- Bite Of Passage
- Respite On The Spitalfields
Critics about Ghost Impera
It’s been some time since metal has felt huge. Not Andrew-Lloyd-Webber’s-wet-dreams-musical metal large, however voraciously aggressive, how about we take-fly on-at-its-own-game huge. You need to return to the last part of the 80s and hair metal’s outline eating prime for when groups truly, really needed it.
Tricky old fiend that he is, Tobias Forge has known everything along. A wicked masterplan has gradually unfurled over his band’s four collections to date, with Ghost uncovering the audacious field rockers underneath their (oc)cult metal attire on 2018’s Prequelle being the greatest tell up until this point, not least Dance Macabre, which saw as our (screw-up )connecting with Avicii and Madonna’s old musicians to convey the 80s hard rock dancefloor banger to end all 80s hard rock dancefloor bangers.
With Impera, Ghost have gone a few stages further, presenting the best field rock collection since the development of the permed mullet/sliced denim coat combo. The brilliant, arms-in-the-air approach of its ancestor is inclined up a hundredfold here. Each ensemble is greater, each sponsorship vocal is stacked to the sky, each roaring drumbeat makes Def Leppard’s Pour Some Sugar On Me sound like a beneficiary missing mindedly tapping on a heap of wet swamp paper with an obsolete frankfurter roll.