The Ghost Inside have posted a video that appears to tease the metalcore band’s official return following a fatal bus crash four years ago.
In November 2015, the Los Angeles band’s tour bus collided with a tractor-trailer, killing both drivers. Drummer Andrew Tkaczyk later revealed he had been in a coma for 10 days and had lost one of his legs as a result of the crash.
The five-piece band have not played live since the crash. Earlier today (February 15), a video was posted on their official Twitter page that showed band members exercising and playing their instruments in a rehearsal space, before closing on a snippet of live footage.
— The Ghost Inside (@theghostinside) February 15, 2019
Last month, the band shared a photo of themselves in the studio in response to a tweet from a fan asking about the possibility of new music.
— The Ghost Inside (@theghostinside) January 22, 2019
Meanwhile, in 2018, Tkaczyk shared a video of his new drum set-up since having his right leg amputated. “Today is honestly the first time since our accident almost 3 years ago that I feel close to the level I was playing at when I had two legs,” he said in the caption.
Last year, The Ghost Inside told fans there was still a future for the band, although they weren’t “sure exactly what it looks like.” “It might be one show, it might be a few shows,” they wrote. “It could be a new song or a whole new record. Our journey into that future is just beginning, and we will bring everyone that is interested along with us.”