Happy “Opus Eponymous” day! “Opus Eponymous” was released 7 years ago on October 18, 2010. Recorded in Ghost’s hometown and produced by Gene Walker, the album was released on the independent record label Rise Above Records and was nominated for a Grammis Award. It was later released in North America on January 18, 2011, & in Japan on April 6, 2011. The Japanese release contains a bonus track cover of The Beatles’ “Here Comes the Sun” 👻
1. “Deus Culpa”
2. “Con Clavi Con Dio”
5. “Stand by Him”
6. “Satan Prayer”
7. “Death Knell”
8. “Prime Mover”
10.“Here Comes the Sun” (Japanese Bonus Track)
Which is your favorite song from “Opus Eponymous”? Let us know below! 👻
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Here lies the hypothetical evolution of the Genesis / Garou friendship.
Thanks to the headcanons of a friend, we decided Garou would probably get along with Genesis, because Genesis can give him all the attention he so very obviously needs, and Genesis holds back some of his murderous intents via guilt-inducing stares and polite requests to stop. As a non-combatant, he’d likely be of little interest to Garou’s Hunting (and even as a honorary hero, does it even count if all he does is patch up people?
There’s more to it than that and I’m probably not explaining well, but it’s late, so there you go! Enjoy the Garosis.