Ghost B.C. and Deafheaven Bring Devilish Metal to the Wiltern


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Led by their Satanic pope singer Papa Emeritus, Swedish metal band Ghost B.C. brought together their headbanging congregation for the first of two sold-out nights at the Wiltern on Thursday, Oct. 20. California's own Deafheaven opened the evening.

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