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Ghost and Volbeat at Heritage Bank Center

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Ghost and Volbeat at Heritage Bank Center
Volbeat is touring in support of the band’s most recent album, 2021’s Servant of the Mind, which frontman Michael Poulsen said he wrote over about three months during the pandemic. In a way, you might look at Servant of the Mind as Volbeat’s version of a sourdough starter. Tourmates Ghost will bring their own smart, Dark Rock with a side of sarcasm and spooky makeup to the Heritage Bank Center.Ghost frontman Tobias Forge has said the band’s new album, Impera, dives back into the 19th century and the Victorian Age, but that the devastation and the destruction of all the progress will no doubt seem like he’s holding up a mirror to what our country has been through in the last few years.Twin Temple, a satanic Doo-Wop group, opens the show. Proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test from the past 72 hours is required for entry.

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