This past weekend’s Bloodstock Open Air in the UK had a solid lineup, with Amon Amarth, Megadeth and Ghost headlining the three days of the festival. That Ghost were able to headline a metal festival on a Saturday night speaks to their rising popularity, especially in Europe. For the band’s encore, they played Infestissumam‘s album closer, “Monstrance Clock,” a song that employs a choir on the album. It’s a great closer, as the fans tend to sing along with the sampled choir. However, for Bloodstock, the band enlisted the 20 person Belper Junior Musical Theatre, a children’s choir. If any of the kids, ranging in age from 7 to 17, were upset about singing “come together, for Lucifer’s son,” they didn’t appear to be, but that’s probably because they were onstage in front of what’s probably their biggest audience ever.
[via Metal Sucks]