Ghoul (2)

Ghoul (2)

Ghoul is supposedly a group of mutants from Creepsylvania that were tricked into signing a record deal with Razorback Records. The characters that make up the group are Cremator, Digestor, Dissector, and Fermentor, with various other characters periodically joining them onstage.

Though the identity of the band members is meant to be secret (they use alias's and wear hoods when performing live), it is known that some of the members also perform in Impaled.

Current Lineup
-Ross Sewage (as Cremator) - Vocals, Bass
-Sean McGrath (as Digestor) - Vocals, Guitar
-Dan Randall (as Dissector) - Vocals, Guitar (2005-present)
-Dino Sommese (as Fermentor) - Vocals, Drums

Former Members
-Raul Varela (as Fermentor (2)) - Drums
-Andrew LaBarre (as Cremator (3)) - Guitars, Bass, Vocals

Ghoul (2) Discography Tracks


Ghoul (2) We Came For The Dead (Album, EP) Razorback Records US 2002 Sell This Version
Ghoul (2) Maniaxe (Album) Razorback Records US 2003 Sell This Version
Ghoul (2) Splatterthrash (Album) Razorback Records US 2006 Sell This Version
Ghoul (2) Transmission Zero (Album) Tankcrimes 2011 Sell This Version
Ghoul (2) Dungeon Bastards (Album) Tankcrimes US 2016 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Ghoul (2), Brody's Militia Ghoul (2), Brody's Militia - Ghoul / Brody's Militia (EP) Rescued From Life Records US 2008 Sell This Version
Ghoul (2) Intermediate Level Hard-Core (Comp) Clearview Records US 2013 Sell This Version
Ghoul (2) Hang Ten Tankcrimes US 2014 Sell This Version
Ghoul (2) / Cannabis Corpse Ghoul (2) / Cannabis Corpse - Splatterhash (EP) Tankcrimes US 2014 Sell This Version
Ghoul (2) Wall Of Death (Single) Tankcrimes US 2016 Sell This Version


Ghoul (2) We Came For The Dead!!! & Maniaxe (Comp) Tankcrimes US 2008 Sell This Version


N/A Ghoul (2) Ghoul's Night Out(Cass, S/Sided, Dem) Not On Label N/A US 2001 Sell This Version
Ghoul (2) Kids In America (Single) Tankcrimes US 2012 Sell This Version

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June 15, 2012
Live for metal, DIE for Ghoul!!!!


April 10, 2012
edited over 5 years ago
I usually have little respect for bands in masks with elaborate stage shows and conceptual albums. More often than not, I find that sort of schtick cheesy and dismissible. But Ghoul...they have a sound and presence all their own. They take thrash metal, death metal, grindcore and surf rock, pair it with b-movie imagery and lyrics and twist a hilariously morbid tale of the Ghouls of Creepsylvania. All the gore, cults, giant robots and rot gut aside, the music is good. Damn good. And thats the most important part. The whole package is so refreshing and entertaining. I love Ghoul immensely. Check them out.

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