Ghost Singer Tobias Forge Shares His Judgements On The New Metallica Song ‘Lux Æterna’

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During a recent conversation with Revolver, Ghost singer Tobias Forge is asked what he thinks of the new Metallica song “Lux Æterna.”

“Lux Æterna” is the first single off of the upcoming Metallica album, titled 72 Seasons, which will be released in April of 2023.

When it comes to this new Metallica song, a lot of folks have super loved it; but, there are also those who probably are not super fond of the release as well.

At one point during this conversation, Tobias Forge is asked what he feels about the new track.

Does he enjoy it? Does he hate it?

Well, here is what the Ghost singer feels about the new Metallica song “Lux Æterna”:

“I was as surprised as everyone else, I believe, when that came out of nowhere. I thought it was cool. I like every time that they come back and they embrace a little bit more of their speed, their weight. I liked it.”

There you have it folks – Metallica’s “Lux Æterna” gets a stamp of approval from Ghost frontman Tobias Forge!

How do you feel about the new Metallica track? How excited are you for the band’s upcoming new album?

Starting next year, Metallica will be taking off for a North American headlining tour! You can find all the dates and locations associated with that tour below.

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In 2023:

  • August 4th and 6th – East Rutherford, NJ – Metlife Stadium
    August 11th and 13th – Montreal, Canada – Stade Olympique
    August 18th and 20th – Arlington, TX – AT&T Stadium
    August 25th and 27th – Los Angeles, CA – SOFI Stadium
    September 1st and 3rd – Phoenix, AZ – State Farm Stadium
    November 3rd and 5th – St. Louis, MO – The Dome (At America’s Center)
    November 10th and 12th – Detroit, MI – Ford Field

In 2024:

  • August 2nd and 4th – Foxborough, MA – Gillette Stadium
    August 9th and 11th – Chicago, IL – Solider Field
    August 16th and 18th – Minneapolis, MN – US Bank Stadium
    August 23rd and 25th – Edmonton, Canada – Commonwealth Stadium
    August 30th and September 1st – Seattle, WA – Lumen Field