Ghost: Nameless Ghoul injured mid-show and leaves the stage


Ghost is deep into their A Pale Tour Named Death when lead guitarist Fire succumbs to an injury.  Which begs the question, can the band catch a break?

Ghost is just having a time this week. After the disastrous interview with iHeartRadio on Monday (to no fault of Tobias Forge, he was great) it would seem another incident has befallen the band. They are deep into A Pale Tour Named Death and just finished a show in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania where it would seem that mid-show, one of the Nameless Ghouls, the lead guitarist, also referred to as Fire, was injured and had to finish the show from backstage. To view the Tweet from @Frankenstfu click here.

According to the video posted on the Twitter page of @Frankenstfu, we see Cardinal Copia letting the crowd know during intermission that Fire will be finishing the show from behind the curtain. Although, the injury is unexplained, in the final curtain video, we see Fire not moving his left arm and it is suspected that a shoulder injury is the culprit.

Fire is definitely one of the most fiery (get it) members of the band with intense guitar riffs and lots of movement. While it is no question that all of the members of the band have immense talent, Fire can truly tear up the stage with his guitar.

We certainly hope that one of our favorite Nameless Ghouls from Ghost makes a speedy recovery. With A Pale Tour Named Death being the second North American tour of the year and then spending the beginning of 2019 in Europe, they have been working very hard and probably have had no time to take care of themselves.

Hopefully, he will be able to get some rest because fans do enjoy seeing him onstage. Feel better Fire!

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