The metal band Ghost, from Linköping, poses with their Grammy on Monday night in Los Angeles. Photo by Matt Sayles/Invision/AP
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The metal band Ghost, from Linköping, poses with their Grammy on Monday night in Los Angeles. Photo by Matt Sayles/Invision/AP Credit: Matt Sayles
Photo by Matt Sayles/Invision/AP
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Swedish producer Max Martin collects a hug from Taylor Swift, after "1989" won the Grammy for album of the year. On the right, Jack Antonoff looks on. Photo by Matt Sayles/Invision/AP Credit: Photo by Matt Sayles/Invision/AP

Grammy to metal band Ghost

"A nightmare has just turned into a dream"
1:24 min

Ghost, a band from Linköping, won an American Grammy on Monday night for best metal performance with their album Cirice.

"A nightmare has just turned into a dream, so thank you all for that," a facepainted band member, who appeared to be the vocalist "Papa Emeritus III", said as he held up the golden Gramophone statuette, from the stage in Los Angeles, ahead of the televised broadcast.

Other Swedes to win at the 58th Grammys were Max Martin, Ali Payami, Johan "Shellback" Schuster, Mattias Larsson, Mattias Bylund, Robin Fredriksson and Michael Ilbert, who were involved with making Taylor Swift's "1989", which won a Grammy for the album of the year.

In her acceptance speech, Taylor Swift said, "Mostly, I want to thank my co-executive producer Max Martin, who has deserved to be up here for 25 years."

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