The Ghost Inside Drummer Announces New Instrumental EP


Great news: a member of The Ghost Inside will release new music for the first time since the band’s horrific bus crash in 2015. Specifically, drummer Andrew Tkaczyk, working under the moniker One Decade, will release an EP, Coma Visions, which The PRP reports will be “instrumental djent/metal.”

This is obviously a big, big deal. Even if you’re not a fan of The Ghost Inside, you have to be in awe of Tkaczyk. For one thing, the whole reason the EP is called Coma Visions, we can assume, is because the drummer was in a coma for ten days following the crash. For another thing, his life didn’t get any easier when he woke up to find his leg amputated, in addition to a myriad of other serious injuries (including fractures or tears in his ribs, spine, hip, and rotator cuff). I don’t know if Coma Visions will be any good or not. But the mere fact that it exists is a serious testament to Tkaczyk’s will. Only an asshole wouldn’t admire what he’s accomplished.

The EP will be released “soon.” In the meantime, you can check out the cover art below.


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