If you've seen Ghost live, you know they can bring the heavy, but every once in a while it's fun for the band to unplug and give listeners a different perspective on their music. That's what the group recently did during a stopover at The Q 95.5 KLAQ in El Paso, Texas.

Ahead of their performance at Tricky Falls, the band dropped by the station and delivered an acoustic performance of their Infestissumam song "Jigolo Har Megiddo" for those on hand. As Papa Emeritus took the stage with his Nameless Ghouls, the vocalist was sporting shades even though the performance was indoors. "As you can see I'm wearing shades today. It's because I have an eye infection. Come see us in the fall and I will not wear them and you will have the full eye experience," explained the singer.

The band then revealed their stripped back performance of "Jigolo Har Megiddo," which was catchy enough to have the audience clapping along. Check out the in studio acoustic performance above.

As for Ghost's current plans, the band is in the midst of a North American swing of dates, followed by shows scheduled in Europe this summer. They're continuing support of their Meliora album. Dates can be found here.

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