Love Ghost – Let it All Burn Song Review

Today we are featuring another remarkable rock band; Love Ghost, from USA. We have reviewed their addictive song; Let it All Burn, along with its character, style, story, potential and more.

Love Ghost is another promising rock band I have discovered about a month ago with this song; Let it All Burn, off from their latest single with the same title, which was released in 2019. Love Ghost is a very important band that needs to be examined and studied by all artists and musicians who are in the music industry. They are one of the very few bands I have seen who has a strategy and work ethic. Like I mentioned above, they are a very good example who can teach all of us so many things.

Love Ghost, first of all, is a successful act. Hands down. As you can also see, they have their accounts verified, work ethic, periodically making releases, brand value as well as numbers on their social media channels. When all these things come together, they create a successful working band, just like a company. In my case, there was a very interesting story about them. They have submitted their song to me about a month ago, and surprisingly I instantly remembered the song, especially the chorus melody. Time to time I talk about the important factors in music and it is mostly the energy for me. In this example, they have made a difference with their extremely addictive and memorizing chorus melody in Let it All Burn. Honestly, guys, I don’t listen to this music style. I am much more into progressive metal, innovative ideas, complicated storytelling, surprising structures, atmosphere, energy and so on. However, Let it All Burn is a very good example of “Less is More”. This 2:46 minutes long song is much more effective than any other progressive songs in the history of music. Yes, we should ask ourselves why and how this is true. There are several different views and perspectives to this, where I believe the most important question would be; “what we would like to achieve?”

When I look at their discography, I can see that they have released 10 single albums only in 2019. This is incredible! Also a big achievement indeed. This is not my way of doing things. However, I respect them for their hard work. They have deserved it all the way. They definitely deserved to get here and surely will continue moving forward not only because of their musicality but also their determination, work ethic, professionalism, strategy, and devotion, just like in any other business. If you’d ask me how to be successful in the music business, I’d show you Love Ghost.

Let it All Burn is a very simple but powerful song with an irresistible atmosphere, great energy, and highly addictive ideas. Doesn’t matter who you are and what you do, you listen to this song once and you’ll remember this melody forever. And this, my friends, what I call “potential”. Record labels, radios, and agents are looking for songs like these, day and night. I come across songs 10 minutes long, incredibly progressive, extremely technical, you listen to it and you have absolutely nothing in your memory about the song afterward. Love Ghost has beaten everybody in this way by working smarter instead of harder.


Technically, Let it All Burn has top-class standards in every way. Everything sounds clean, clear, very well engineered, polished, mixed and most importantly in great harmony. This is a great example of radio-friendly productions. Everything is super smooth and the song is making the difference with its energy flow.

When I take all these into account, I’d like to say that I am well impressed by Love Ghost. Unlike tons of bands and artists without any plans out there, they are one of the very few bands who are about to make it happen. I am just being honest here as I have always been in my entire life. Doesn’t matter you listen to this music, you like it or not, Metalhead Community has huge respect for their story. It wouldn’t be surprising news if we see Love Ghost touring the world soon!

Please go ahead and check out the links below if you’d like to find out more about the band, follow them on social media and subscribe to their channels to show your support and also not to miss any upcoming releases.

Love Ghost – Let it All Burn Song Review | Metalhead Community | Heavy Metal Blog | Metal Music Magazine

In conclusion, we, as Metalhead Community Team, congratulate Love Ghost for their remarkable job; Let it All Burn, and wish them the very best in their future. Thanks for reading.

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