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Ghosts From Home

Ghosts From Home

Rock / Expirimental / Post-Hardcore Frisco, TX  US
In Rapture
In Rapture
Sick Bay
Sick Bay
The Red Lie
The Red Lie


Katy Perry ET cover remix by Ghosts From Home


  • Ghosts From Home
  • Cover art for "Oh, Hungry Earth" 2009


Sounds Like: Saosin, Deftones, Underoath, Thrice, Radiohead

Manager: Carl Shedd

Bio: GHOSTS FROM HOME emerged from guitarist CARL SHEDD's desire to create something different and beautiful. Seeking to expand upon the sounds of the hardcore and metal scenes of his home in Indiana, Carl spent several years writing and recording instrumental albums under the GHOSTS FROM HOME name. I...See Full Bio

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Album "Oh, Hungry Earth" at SoundCloud.com
Sep 18, 2011

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Q: what made all you to decide to create this band? and this tone of music?

A: Hey! Sorry we didn't answer your question earlier. We lost our login to reverbnation a bit ago and haven't been properly updating it. I personally grew up in the Louisville, KY hardcore music scene. Playing in hardcore and metal bands all through high school and college. As an aside to that, I have a love for any kind of music that has a dark, sad, nostalgic feel. I fell in love with Circa Survive, The Receiving End of Sirens, Saosin, A Perfect Circle as well. I wanted to find a way to bring the best parts of both worlds together. I felt that the hardcore/metalcore scene had innovated a lot in the world of rhythm and grooves, and I felt those two would blend well and help reinforce some of the emotion and melody found in the music of the forementioned groups. Above all else though, just trying to emulate all of the groups we admire, and create music that we would want to hear ourselves. I hope it's working! Thanks for taking the time to visit our page and engage with us. I hope the response isn't too little too late!

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