Ghost Warfare was born, if only as a music project, driven by Georgy Latev and Dimitar Naydev both from Haskovo, Bulgaria, when it was clear that not only our former band effort Solid (2006 – 2008) fell apart irreversibility, but we had somewhat matured and changed the style with noticeable dark and ominous motives lurking about. We had a few unofficial demo CDs recorded containing first 4, then 7 songs and a few live shows behind our backs with Solid, but ironically enough – things turned out far differently than what the name of the band implied. With the departures of both our former bass player Dimitar Dimitrov (March 2007 – July 2007, leaving the position open for Dimitar Naydev who surprisingly enough deciding to step in and add the bass to his initial vocal duties) and drummer Jivodar “Darko” Dimitrov (January 2007 – sometime around the spring of 2008) – each of them having moved to a different, distant city to work/study and live there, which made the rehearsals impossible, we searched for others to fill our ranks up and even expand, but we could not find any. During the years 2009-2010 when we were already in the process of recording our debut album Alternate Endings, we briefly worked with beginner drummer Marian “Yoda” Dimitrov but sadly (especially back then!) did not reached to a stable, long term engagement. We decided then to turn our focus mainly on song writing and recording, as we had Alternate Endings almost ready and an intimidating number of other songs were beginning to pile up (… and form what would later on be known as Outer Rim I and II ). So we finished with Alternate Endings in 2010 and uploaded it up on our then official site and sometime later – myspace. Immediately after that we decided to not waste any time as we had just picked up speed and were relatively satisfied with the results, so we continued with our second album. All this so far and the not so pleasant events and details of struggling to form and maintain a band, to find a more permanent rehearsal room and cease the constant moving that wasted us so much time and effort, while also working other non-music related jobs to provide for our families, more or less concludes the internally so called “Alternate Times”.