Ghost Win Swedish Grammis Award For Their Latest Album “Impera”


Ghost took home a Grammis award in their native Sweden this week. The gold-certified melodic metal outfit were honored in the ‘Hard Rock/Metal Of The Year’ category for their latest album “Impera“, beating out releases from the likes of Amon Amarth, Arch Enemy and more.

Below you can watch the band’s frontman Tobias Forge and co. accept their latest Grammis award as part of the official ceremony that was held at the Annexet in Stockholm, Sweden yesterday, May 03rd. While Ghost did win the aforementioned award, they were unsuccessful in claiming the hardware for two other categories they were nominated for.

The relevant winners and nominees can be found below:

Hard Rock/Metal Of The Year:

Ghost – “Impera” (winner)
Amon Amarth – “The Great Heathen Army
Arch Enemy – “Deceivers
The Halo Effect – “Days Of The Lost
Watain – “The Agony & Ecstasy Of Watain

Album Of The Year:

Tove Lo – “Dirt Femme” (winner)
Cleo – “Missaoui
Ghost – “Impera
Jonathan Johansson – “If We Live
Viagra Boys – “Cave World

Artist Of The Year:

Tove Lo (winner)
Ant Wan
Thomas Stenström
Viagra Boys

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