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Rising from the depths of the underworld, the mysterious producer known as GosT embodies the character of Baalberith, a prince of Hell, on his propulsive synthwave solo project. Channeling the occult, '80s slasher flicks, and John Carpenter, GosT occupies the space between the muscular electro-house of Justice, the rhythmic sheen of Perturbator, and the industrial-dance influence of Dance with the Dead. Starting with the early Skull project and 2015's official debut full-length Behemoth, GosT's music bridges the pit and the dancefloor, draping doom-laden occult imagery atop pulsing beats and dark soundscapes. In 2021, he issued Rites of Love and Reverence. As a child, the musician behind the mask was raised in the Bible Belt by a country music-loving father. He was inspired by the theatricality of Kiss, the beats of M/A/R/R/S, the dark beauty of Depeche Mode, the Cure, and the Smiths, and pop like Duran Duran, Michael Jackson, and Madonna. He began playing in metal bands as a teenager, eventually drifting toward electronic dabbling by 1998. His background would later seep into the GosT sound. Even without guitars, GosT garnered a sizable fan base within the rock community, with musical progressions, spooky atmospherics, and a Satanic aesthetic plucked directly from the blackest corners of the metal world. Though his initial electronic work was performed under the Nightrunner moniker, GosT was born in 2013. After issuing three starter EPs (Radio Macabre, The Night Prowler, and Nocturnal Shift), GosT expanded to the lengthier short albums Skull and GosT. He released his debut LP, Behemoth, in 2015, quickly followed the next year with Non Paradisi, which was inspired by the fall of Lucifer in Milton's Paradise Lost. Embracing his hardcore and heavy metal roots, GosT issued the full-length Possessor in 2018, which used samples of news reports from the "Satanic panic" of the '80s as a framing device. He returned the following year with the punishing Valediction, which saw him collaborate with producer/engineer Jaime Gomez Arellano (Paradise Lost, Solstafir, Primordial). Two years later, he issued the beat-forward Rites of Love and Reverence, which included a pair of collaborations with Bitchcraft.
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