The Ghost Inside “The Ghost Inside”

This album was a long time in the making, and after years of physical therapy and recovery after a near fatal bus crash almost destroyed the band completely, the band delivered a record that stands side by side with the rest of their catalogue. On the morning of it’s release, tweets of racial allegations surfaced and eclipsed the band’s long awaited return. The band quickly decided to part ways with bassist Jim Riley and seemingly went silent thereafter. Where do we draw the line on forgiveness and cutting our losses? Is there a path to recovery? Must we lose everything in the process? I’m torn on this issue, but interested to hear your thoughts.

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