Tragic Hero Records is proud to welcome Northern Ghost to their roster. Being reminiscent of older Bring Me The Horizon and A Skylit Drive, the band fits well with the other artists on the label. Vocalist Tony McVaney explained, “When Tragic Hero Records first heard us, they were just as excited as we were about what we’ve created. The enthusiasm, excitement and passion we shared with the label was something the industry has never shown us before and made the decision to work with Tragic Hero Records an easy one.”
Northern Ghost are excited to share the first single, “Deathwish,” off their upcoming debut album to be released this summer. The song is special to the band and portrays a perfect glimpse of what the future holds for Northern Ghost. As McVaney shared, “Deathwish is the first song we wrote as a band. Lyrically, you can hear the mental struggles I was going through at the time. This single is the beginning of Northern Ghost and is the first piece of us we want to share with everyone.”
Northern Ghost is featured on the first ever Tragic Hero Records Tour that kicks off this summer with Dead Rabbitts, I Set My Friends on Fire and SET TO STUN.
About Northern Ghost
Cleveland, Ohio’s Northern Ghost goes out of their way to create emotional, honest metalcore music and takes it’s influences from bands like Underoath and Architects. The end result is showcased on their debut album, which will be released by Tragic Hero Records this summer.
Northern Ghost was formed by Vocalist Tom McVaney and Guitarist Alan Bryan who both find inspiration from artists of many different genres and always pushed each other’s creativity. The addition of Guitarist Nolan O’Renic, Bassist Kenny Pohorence and Drummer Mike Mazzoli, completes the line up of passionate, hard working artists.
In 2017, Northern Ghost signed with Tragic Hero Records. The partnership was an easy decision once they met label owner Tommy LaCombe. McVaney explained, “Right away he made us feel like a priority and made it very clear he believed in what we’re doing.”
Their debut album is reminiscent of older Bring Me The Horizon and A Skylit Drive. McVaney has always used music as a coping mechanism and hopes the record will inspire fans when dealing with their own struggles.
“If our music can do for others what music has done for me,
then I know we’re doing something right.”