MassConcerts Presents


Nothing More

Mon, October 21, 2019

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 7:30 pm

DCU Center

Worcester, MA

$29.50 - $69.50

This event is all ages

Heavy metal/rock band from Sweden formed in 2008. Due to legal issues, the band was briefly forced to release music under the Ghost B.C. name in the United States. They absolutely refused to use the name on any merchandise or in any other manner.

Ghost is known for keeping its members anonymous. Every album lists the musicians as "Nameless Ghouls" and the singer as "Papa Emeritus / Papa Emeritus II / Papa Emeritus III". The lead singer is thought to be the same, however they announce a new lead singer every album. Ghost is also known for its influence from classic rock and the satanic church theme in their music.

Tobias Forge reveals himself as "The Man Behind The Mask of GHOST" in first public interview on August 17, 2017 on Swedish Radio Channel P1.

Fictional members/alias':
Papa Emeritus 0 - ???
Papa Emeritus I - Vocals [deceased]
Papa Emeritus II - Vocals [deceased]
Papa Emeritus III - Vocals [deceased]
Cardinal Copia - Vocals(current)
Nameless Ghoul (Elementals , no longer used): Fire, Water, Earth, Air & Aether

Current Members:
Tobais Forge - Vocals (2010-Present), often plays guitar on recordings also
2018 Touring Band:
Guitar Ghoul (white) - Per Eriksson
Guitar Ghoul (black) - Chris Catalyst
Multi-Ghoul (Swiss Army Ghoul - guitar, backing vocals, tamborine, portrays Papa Nihil for sax solo on "Miasma") - Justin Taylor
Drum Ghoul - Hayden Scott
Bass Ghoul - ???
Keyboard/Backing Vocals/Keytar Ghuleh - ???
Keyboard/Backing Vocals/Tamborine Ghuleh - ???

Past Members:
Simon Söderberg - Lead Guitarist (2010-2016)
Martin Persner - Rhythm Guitarist (2010-2016)
Henrik Palm - Rhythm Guitarist (2015-2016)
Gustaf Lindström - Bass (2010-2011)
Rikard Ottosson - Bass (2011-2013)
Ludvig Kernberg - Studio drums (Opus Eponymous, Meliora & Prequelle. Includes bonus tracks)
Aksel Holmgren - Drums (2010-2014)
Martin Hjertstedt - Drums (2014-2016)
Mauro Rubino - Keyboards (2011-2016)
Nothing More
Nothing More
Nothing More (stylised as Nøthing Møre) is a band founded in the early 2000's in San Antonio, TX. Having persevered through a revolving door of vocalists, Jonny Hawkins, who had previously functioned as the band's drummer, stepped up to the microphone to fill the opening. Rounded out with Mark Vollelunga on guitars and Daniel Oliver (2) on bass, Nothing More set out to write their 2009 album "The Few Not Fleeting" as a three-piece. Eventually, Paul O'Brien (5) rounded out the group by taking up the vacant drum stool and the group began writing their self-titled album.
Venue Information:
DCU Center
50 Foster St.
Worcester, MA, 01608