“Sadness is for progress, and happiness is just for recharging your batteries” – Interview with Ghøstkid’s Sebastian “Sushi” Biesler

Author Julia Suloinen - 27.3.2024

Having parted ways with his previous band years ago, Sebastian “Sushi” Biesler has proven to be greatly inspired by the dark side of life in his new project Ghøstkid which latest album “Hollywood Suicide” is already out and available on Spotify and other streaming platforms.

Chaoszine talked to Sebastian to figure out why darkness and mystery are so attractive from the creative point of view; what’s the concept of the new album; what horror movies are worth watching nowadays and many other things. Check out the interview below:

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You can check out Ghostkid‘s brand new “Hollywood Suicide” album in full below: