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After just making it home from the last European tour before the world went into a shutdown Gost pulled back into his nucleus and started working on the new album, Rites of Love and Reverence. "I have recently been fixated on the subject of witchcraft and it's effect on women throughout history," says Gost. "I myself practice rituals to help clear my mind and focus on my day to day endeavors. This curiosity into witchcrafts history and my own traditions, combined to inspire the new album." Once the concept of the album was clear there was only one artist that Gost could picture working with - the Dutch photographer Nona Limmen. "I have been a fan of Nona Limmen's work for some time now," he notes. "The inspiration for the new album is much about witchcraft from the feminine perspective. For women, throughout history, witchcraft has been negative, empowering, poisonous and beautiful. The moment I saw this photograph by Nona, I could not imagine using anything else to convey the albums content as beautifully and powerfully as this image does."