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The Ghost of a Thousand were a fast and furious punk-influenced hardcore band.

Vocalist Tom Lacey, guitarists Andy Blyth and Jag Jago, drummer Memby Jago and bassist Gaz Spencer came together in Brighton, United Kingdom in 2004. They played hundreds of shows including headline tours, festival dates, nights with the likes of Gallows and Poison The Well, and were specially selected support at Alexisonfire's final UK shows. They released two albums, short, sharp debut 'This Is Where the Fight Begins'… read more

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    Just found out about them. Fucking awesome, shame they've spit...
  • Avatar for Lawman_05
    So gutted they split up, Best band to come out of the 2000's UK hardcore scene. Pleasure to have seen and met them a bunch of times!
  • Avatar for hiyalosars
    Yet another reason to love Brighton
  • Avatar for Toby-Bilson
    It was awesome to finally get to see these guy's last Sunday, awesome to such an extent that I actually preferred them over Alexis. Fantastic performance from a fantastic band.
  • Avatar for JoshBond
    So happy to have seen these lot again! You could tell they were having the time of their lives at the Alexis gig. Hope they'll reform properly one day.
  • Avatar for moodycow171192
    Just upload my obscenely long review of the Alexisonfire and The Ghost of a Thousand farewell shows at Brixton. Sorry for the length of it. I got a little carried away :'( http://josiehasahardcorepunkblog.blogspot.co.uk/2012/12/alexisonfire-farewell-shows-brixton.html
  • Avatar for Jesscaaa
    Absolutely amazing last night.
  • Avatar for fuzzle3
    Even though I'm not going to the Alexis shows or the warm up show, I'm so glad these are getting back together for a little while. The world needs TGOAT again (generation x is dead)!
  • Avatar for toriessuck
    WELCOME BACK :')
  • Avatar for Megatron-1
    This pleases me.

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