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GHOST Partners with VEEPS for World Online Premiere of “Rite Here Rite Now”

GHOST Partners with VEEPS for World Online Premiere of “Rite Here Rite Now”

GHOSTthis Grammy– the chart-topping, arena-topping band known for its loyal fan base and theatrical rock performances release their debut feature film “Ritual here, ritual now” at home everywhere after a record-breaking run in the top 10 at the global box office, earning more than $5 million over four days of an extended theatrical release. The streaming platform Vice Presidentwhich also made its debut as a studio on the film, announced an exclusive global online premiere “Ritual here, ritual now” on Saturday, July 20, 2024. In addition to moving audiences from their couches to the stage — and backstage — at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles, Vice President The premiere will complement this summer’s rock’n’roll cinema event: “Ritual here, ritual now” the broadcast will include an exclusive interview with GHOST mastermind Tobias’s Forgeco-director Alex Ross Perry and live director Jim Parsons captured at the film’s London premiere and will be available to all fans worldwide. Tickets are $19.99 and are available now at this location.

“Ritual here, ritual now” premiered in cinemas worldwide from June 20-23, with additional screenings added due to insatiable fan demand. This unforgettable, immersive event combines storytelling with live performances from the band’s sold-out two-night finale “The Emperor Again” USA 2023 at the iconic Kia Forum in Los Angeles. Fans who purchase tickets to the broadcast will have a unique opportunity to gain access GHOST commodity.

A fantastic mix of live performances and insert sequences that immerses viewers in a colorful melodrama GHOSTlauded live rituals, the film picks up storylines from the band’s long-running Chapters webisode series, capturing vivid and bone-chilling versions of fan-favorite songs from all five GHOSTalbums as well as RIAA certified platinum “Mary on the Cross”interspersed with the silver screen debuts of famous faces — all interacting behind the scenes GHOST‘S Father Retiree IVbecause his future and fate were in the hands of the Ministry.

Is a dedicated student reliving precious memories GHOST a live show or an interesting newcomer, “Ritual here, ritual now” takes the audience to the heart of the show. The film captures the essence of living in the moment, with the shadow of uncertainty that looms, leaving the audience completely enchanted and delighted by this bombastic, yet intimate cinematic portrait GHOST.

For screening in cinemas, distributed by Trafalgar (Taylor Swift‘S “Eras” trip and Beyoncé‘S “Renaissance”),“Ritual here, ritual now” entered the top ten at the North American box office with a total gross of $2.65 million, making it the highest-grossing hard rock event in North American history. After its opening weekend, it entered the top ten at the global box office at No. 9 with a total worldwide gross of $5.04 million. Regional highlights also included the United Kingdom and Ireland with a gross of $606,000 and No. 5 at the box office, Germany with a gross of $332,000 and No. 3 at the box office, Mexico with a gross of $326,000 and No. 5 at the weekend box office, and Australia with a gross of $178,000 and No. 6 at the box office. The film charmed audiences, receiving a perfect 99% rating at Rotten tomatoes.

Fans can buy tickets for Veeps “Ritual here, ritual now” for $19.99 for two weeks from the first broadcast date, with the option to watch again within 48 hours of purchasing a ticket.

“Rite Here Rite Now: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack”mixed by Rich Costeywill be released worldwide on July 26th via Loma Vista Recordings. Adequate 18-track complement GHOSTthe band’s debut feature film, first original soundtrack, will be available in all formats (digital, CD, 2xLP). Pre-orders are now available here and include the brand new studio recording “The future is a foreign country”revealed to the world during the film’s premiere and the live version “Absolution” as songs that can be purchased immediately.

Last October, Forge confirmed that the film will feature footage from the band’s two September 2023 concerts at the Kia Forum in Inglewood, California.

“When I first started putting this together, I thought, ‘Oh my God, I’m going to faint because there are so many things I have to think about.'” Forge he told Metal Hammer magazine. “After that it was like, ‘No, no, just don’t even think about it.'”

Both GHOST The Forum shows were device-free experiences. The use of phones and smartwatches was not allowed in the performance space. Upon arrival at the venue, devices were secured in individual Yondr bags that were opened at the end of the event.

“I’ve never seen the crowd behave like this since I was in a club team” Forge he said. “They were the best shows I’ve ever done GHOSTsimply because I didn’t have to look at those damn cell phones.”

At the Forum shows, GHOST he performed a song “Twenties” live for the first time live. They also played their cover Rocky Erikson‘S “If You Have Ghosts”which was originally redesigned by GHOST for their 2013 EP “If You Have Spirit”The band’s version of the song at the Forum featured two cellists and a pianist, and the song was performed on a separate stage from the rest of the set.