Guerrilla Ghost is the brainchild of two like-minded individuals. This isn’t simply a melding of genres; this hip hop filtered through the anger and aggression of punk and metal. The result is something propulsive and forceful that demands the listener’s attention. The track Everybody Rap,
With anticipation building as the release date to their sophomore full length album draws near, Guerrilla Ghost are excited and want to make a lot of noise. They would love to tell you all about their brand new project and are currently searching out interviews. The track Sound Of The Police,
Milwaukee’s Guerrilla Ghost has been one of the city’s most consistently prolific outfits since coming together in 2016, steadily releasing a potent stream of singles and EPs before delivering their debut full length in 2018. The duo, which consists of rapper Bad Graphics Ghost and producer Tron Jovi, aren’t shy about their love of everything from UK Grime to US Grind, and have spent the last four years crafting an interesting cocktail of sounds that aren’t often found together.
At the core, Guerrilla Ghost are a hip hop outfit, but with both members having an extensive background in metal and punk, the group’s sound also reflects some of the more aggressive pockets of the American underground. All of these influences came together on their 2018 effort, Perpetually Sad Motion Machine, which found the band strengthening their focus via the help of a handful of collaborators, from Carnage The Executioner to fellow Milwaukeean Lorde Fredd33.
A remix album followed, which featured contributions from Godflesh and Jesu founder Justin K. Broadrick and Chicago based musician and producer Sanford Parker. A busy year of live appearances followed, with the group serving as local support for Kool Keith, Mac Lethal, Blueprint, Mega Ran, Carnage The Executioner And 9th Prince.