Coming up ready for Halloween is the “Disgusting” EP by the Swedish electronic act GHØS†BØY. To be released on Venus Aeon (USA), the horror inspired EP is about surviving trauma and the mental illnesses that come with it. Musically you can expect influences from dark ambient, pop, EDM and trap.
Notice that the band also covered Elvis Presley’s beautfiful “Always On My Mind” (1972) for this release. The EP was mastered by Ant Banister of Mantravision Productions. Below you can already check out the “Destroyer” music video.
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