One of the most striking aspects of The Ghost Inside’s epic live concerts is the sense of camaraderie among the band's members. Onstage, it's obvious this five-piece is destined for greatness -- electrifying frontman Jonathan Vigil leads the hardcore rockers through sets that show off their undeniable charisma and musicianship. In the crowd, concertgoers experience that same sense of community as they collectively take in the band’s face-melting, ground-shaking blend of melodic metal and hardcore. The group's four outstanding albums translate beautifully to the stage, brought to life by Andrew Tkaczyk’s pounding drums, Jim Riley’s relentless bass, and Aaron Brooks and Zach Johnson’s roaring guitar lines. Mosh pits are formed, fists are pumped in the air, and the band plows through crowd favorites like “Outlive” and “Faith Or Forgiveness” with pulse-pounding results, leaving ticket buyers thoroughly rocked.
Los Angeles hardcore collective The Ghost Inside formed in Los Angeles in 2006 under the moniker A Dying Dream. They released one EP, Now Or Never, before changing their name and releasing their debut studio album, 2008’s Fury And The Fallen Ones. The band truly hit their stride with their 2010 sophomore album Returners, an even louder and more bone-crushing set of metal tracks that seriously resonated with fans. In 2012 they inked a deal with iconic punk label Epitaph Records and headlined the Alternative Press Tour alongside acts like The Amity Affliction and Like Moths To Flames. The band released their third album Get What You Give in 2013, and remained as busy as ever in 2014 with a US tour and the release of their fourth album Dear Youth.