The iconic frontman of Ghost, Tobias Forge had a recent interview with Talking Metal and he talked with Mark Strigl, alongside Joel Stroetzel of Killswitch Engage.
Tobias Forge revealed how does it feel to lose his anonymity by taking his mask off.
Here is the statements of Tobias, transcribed by Ultimate Guitar.
“Slightly mixed emotions now, a few years later. I don’t think about it as much. I definitely pondered on the concept of how to eventually orchestrate that for years.
It was just a question of time. You can’t have a goal for your aesthetic operation to continue to grow if your intention with it is to be less known. It doesn’t work like that; that’s defying physics.
I knew that for every step that I was taking for the band to become bigger, I’m taking a potential step to ruining the anonymity.
I also need to be clear in saying that the concept of anonymity as opposed to being masked, that was something that I gave up very early. There’s a clear distinction about being anonymous and about being a masked person.”
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