We were together for about 5 eventful years and kicked it up all over the UK and toured like no tomorrow, both in the UK and Europe, leaving our mark wherever we went. We released a few records and CD’s, and made a few promo videos.
The CD’s and records are now mostly deleted, with the exceptions of the Strobelight Records’ retrospective “Final Ascension” CD and Nightbreed Recordings’ “An Endless Nightmare Of Stations” CD.

We were influenced by the 80’s underground mix of post punk political activism and 80’s pre Gothic rock. We were just a reaction and a representitive of 80’s-90’s inner city counter culture, something of which I am very proud!

I believe that, on occasion, ENDG rarities come to light on eBay, so that might also be worth checking out!

OK, that’s about all, I hope that all of this perks your interests up enough to track our old stuff down. For more info contact:

www.churchofnightbreed.com

Every New Dead Ghost Releases:

Visions/Friends In High Places: 7” vinyl 1986 (early line-up recording)
Ascension: 12” vinyl 1988
River Of Souls: vinyl album 1989, reissued on CD
A New World: vinyl album 1990, reissued on CD
Insanity Live: vinyl album 1991
An Endless Nightmare Of Stations: CD Album 1992
Who’s Sane Anyway? CD EP 1992
The Final Ascension: a retrospective (1988-92) CD 2006

Line Up:
Vocals: Bones
Drums: Tony Ghost
Guitar: Trev Ghost
Bass: Stu Inger

Edited by [deleted user] on 1 Oct 2007, 19:00

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