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The Ghostsurreal


Live At Capital University
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The Ghostsurreal was formed in 2006 by vocalist and guitarist Andrew Prahlow and drummer Chris Feick in Columbus, OH. The majority of the album Here I Am, Here Am I was recorded within Andrew’s home studio set up within his various living locations from Winter 2007-Fall 2008. Their slowly building crescendos have been compared to post rock bands such as Caspian,This Will Destroy You,and Explosions in the Sky, while the vocals and aggressive aspect of their music have been compared to acts such as Thursday, Brand New, and As Cities Burn.

During November of 2008, their self-released album Here I Am, Here Am I was completed but never officially released. Currently, The Ghostsurreal is on indefinite hiatus, and maybe one day will return to the music scene.

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  • dmakstar

    Well, you guys definately have a lot of potential. But there are some things that isnt the way it should be. I was looking for more unique sound, i kind of found it, but at the end of all some tiny part ruined it. I say you guys should play a lot more ambient stuff. Distortioned guitar were realllly awesome, and well-placed. But intros and outrous should be more ambient than "thiswilldestroyyoutheascentofeverest"-style. More uniqueness, more tough vocals. You've got yourself another fan.

    15 Jul 2009 Reply
  • Rurikyrn

    Not bad, not bad at all. Lots like This Will Destroy You, not so much Caspian but still great :D

    19 May 2009 Reply