Ghost frontman Tobias Forge recently gave an interview to St. Louis Post-Dispatch in which he admitted being a dictator during the songwriting process.
Tobias Forge has been the primary songwriter and the leader of Ghost since 2006. Ghost has been a project which contributed significantly to the musician’s success and popularity, and he continues his career as the singer of the band.
Throughout his music career with Ghost, Tobias Forge has been the one who has written the band’s songs. Ghost’s lyrics are often considered Satanic elements as they use biblical terms or refer to the presence of the Devil and the Antichrist.
In a recent interview with St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Tobias Forge revealed an interesting detail about his personality. The musician claimed that he was always called a dictator in every band he played with and every song he wrote.
According to the musician, people thought he was a control freak. Not denying those assumptions about himself, Forge admitted that he is a dictator and control freak, but he can still work with others.
As reported by Blabbermouth, Tobias Forge told St. Louis Post-Dispatch the following:
“In every band, I’ve ever had, every song I’ve ever written, I was always called a dictator, a control freak who couldn’t work with anyone else. And I am a dictator and control freak. But I can work with people.”
Ghost is getting ready to release their fifth record titled ‘Impera’ on March 11, and the band is currently on the road for their co-headlining tour with Volbeat, which kicked off on January 25 and will conclude on March 3.