The Ghost of a Thousand were a fast and furious punk-influenced hardcore band. Vocalist Tom Lacey, guitarists Andy Blyth and Jag Jago, drummer Memby Jago and bassist Gaz Spencer came together in Brighton, United Kingdom in 2004. They played hundreds of shows including headline tours, festival dates, nights with the likes of Gallows and Poison The Well, and were specially selected support at Alexisonfire's final UK shows. They released two albums, short, sharp debut 'This Is Where the Fight Begins' and 2009's 'New Hopes, New Demonstrations' which was recorded by Pelle Gunnefeldt (The Hives, Refused). And they collected Kerrang! Award nominations and a place in Q Magazine’s Top Five metal bands along the way.