MARBLE GHOSTS Burn Down The Greed of Billionaires w/ New Video "End of the World"

The most unique track from their debut self-titled EP released on March 1st, Ottawa, Canada's Marble Ghosts is sharing their latest music video for the record's closing song "End of the World". Taking the ‘quiet’ ‘loud’ verse-chorus formula of 90s grunge, the track turns everything on its head. The quiet verse with its detached vocals transitions into deafening double bass and heavy toms over desperate angry screams. Inspired by the epidemic of wildfires in Canada and specifically the devastating fires in Fort McMurray, Alberta, "End of the World" is a biting, cynical, and powerful takedown of the greed that is destroying our world.

The band adds:

"‘End of the World’ is cynical and angry and reflects the mentality of a millennial generation that grew up being told that their actions would make a difference in the world, and they didn’t. Late-stage capitalism dividing the rich and the poor, rampant homelessness and environmental devastation, ‘End of the World’ is the anthem for those disillusioned by the fact that greed persists despite these devastating problems and is even celebrated by the likes of Elon Musk, a man who can lose 41 billion and still be the richest man in the world. We live in a world where billionaires invest in space tourism and multi-million dollar vanity projects when millions can’t afford housing and when the world in some cases is literally burning, and the people who can help lack the affluence and ability to do so."

Watch and listen to the music video for "End of the World" below!

Recently emerging onto the Canadian metal scene with a distinctive sound and a fierce commitment to challenging societal norms, Marble Ghosts comprises a dynamic lineup that uniquely blends genres and generations, featuring a death metal drummer, an old-school metal bassist, a grunge-influenced singer, and a metalcore guitar player. This eclectic mix not only defines their sound but also underscores the band's commitment to breaking musical boundaries.

Despite being a relatively new band, Marble Ghosts demonstrates a clear musical direction. Their first EP showcases five compelling songs that highlight their diverse influences and styles. As a band, they embrace generational differences, allowing their music to evolve organically as they grow more comfortable with each other.

Explaining the origin of their band name, Marble Ghosts draws inspiration from historical figures revered by some as pioneers and trailblazers but who also committed terrible crimes. The band seeks to call out the tradition that these effigies represent. Their music is recommended for fans of Shinedown, Saint Asonia, and Three Days Grace.

Marble Ghosts' debut EP was released on March 1, 2024.

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Track Listing:

1. Old School (3:10) 
2. Lie to Me (4:22) 
3. Alone (4:03) 
4. False Heroes (4:33) 
5. End of the World (3:58)