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Ghosts of Ruin / Bio

Currently available for booking Summer/Fall of 2014!

Coming to a venue near you, Music that will melt your face off. A band so brutal, so horrifying it will arouse your senses to extreme sensing. From that point onward you will want that pleasuring sense pleasurer of angelic sounds to pleasure your senses over and over. What is this wall of noise so amazingly awesome?

Ghosts of Ruin!

A band hailing from Omaha, Nebraska, Ghosts of Ruin bring you guitars of epic proportions, vocals of pure destroytion, ace of bass, and drums of the Latin heat.

One partially cloudy day Omaha Metalcore band, Necktie Remedy, fell apart. In search of another band, vocalist greg Foral invited rhythm guitarist Noal Rasmussen to jam with a couple of hoodwinks. Drummer, Darwin "The Latin Heat" Murillo, and lead guitarist Trevor Thompson had been piddle-paddling for the past year. Noal and greg dug their tasty grooves and they theirs. Then they all said in perfect unison, "Let It Commence!" And so they commenced.

On a totally different partially cloudy day, which could be seen as partially sunny depending on your own personal point of view, they invited fellow NtR'n, bassist, Mattholomew Cavalli to join their crusade into the nine circles of hell to slay the beast and rescue their love... Metal! Matt eventually stepped down from GoR and Andy Houston jump on to slap-a-da bass in November of 2012.

Then they forged great and powerful rings in the bowels of Mt. Doom, and they knew what they were destined for. They raised their rings to the sky and SCREAMED.. "With Our Powers Combined.. We Are Ghosts of Ruin!"

General Info

Band Members
Greg Foral - Vox, Trevor Thompson - Guitar, Noal Rasmussen - Guitar, Darwin Murillo - Drums, Andy Houston - Bass
Artist Name
Ghosts of Ruin
Home Page
Active Since
Metal / Metalcore / Progressive

Contact Info

Omaha, NE
Greg Foral

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