Def Leppard's Joe Elliott is compelled by the spirit of Ghost for special 'Spillways' video

Metal karaoke can be dangerous, you've been warned
Ghost, Joe Elliott
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Ghost and legendary rocker Joe Elliott have teamed up for a new version of the band’s IMPERA track “Spillways” featuring a new set of guest vocals from the Def Leppard frontman.

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The love shared between the bands is well documented in a new Ghost webisode that shows the electric incarnation of the Def Leppard frontman as he gets up to sing some karaoke in a Dublin pub.

The love fest between both bands has been well documented, with Ghost frontman Tobias Forge admitting last year, "going into this record, I thought I would see if I could do it a little more like Def Leppard did it.”

As for Elliott, he told Metal Hammer last year that the band has been his "go-to" for quite some time, adding of IMPERA, "I listened to it all, and I thought it was absolutely stunning. It’s like a whole new genre of music – it’s way more Toto than death metal or any of that stuff. It’s like the song ‘Spillways.’ It starts off like ‘Hold the Line’ by Toto or ‘Jane’ by Jefferson Starship – one of those classic ‘70s songs that begin on the piano before these big, chunky chords come in." Check out the full single featuring Joe Elliott below.

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