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A PALE HORSE NAMED DEATH Is In The Studio Recording New Album

A PALE HORSE NAMED DEATH Is In The Studio Recording New Album

A Pale Horse Named Death is currently recording and working on their fourth studio album to be released in Fall 2021 via Long Branch Records / SPV.

The band led by founding Type O Negative and Life of Agony member Sal Abruscato released their debut ‘And Hell Will Follow Me’ in 2011 and firmly implanted their roots in the metal scene with the sophomore albums ‘Lay My Soul to Waste’ in 2013 and ‘When The World Becomes Undone’ in 2019.
“I am really looking forward to releasing APHND’s fourth album later this year,” says band leader Sal Abruscato. He adds, “2021 is the 10 year anniversary since APHND’s first album ‘And Hell Will Follow Me’ was released so it’s even more special for me to release a new album this year. There has been so much depression and anxiety for so many during this pandemic, how the world has literally become undone in 2020. I started working on material back in early 2020 and felt I needed to evolve, switch things up with more instrumentation, different vibes, and unleash a new album for the fans this year! We are in the middle of production and I can’t wait to release it. Looking forward to working with Long Branch Records and SPV again as well!”

Besides Sal Abruscato on guitars and lead vocals, A Pale Horse Named Death’s lineup includes Joe Taylor and Eddie Heedles on guitars. We’re also pleased to welcome Chris Hamilton (Blood Simple, Downset) in the band on drums as well as Oddie McLaughlin (Black Water Rising, Damn Your Eyes) on bass.

A PALE HORSE NAMED DEATH Line Up:Sal Abruscato – Vocals GuitarEddie Heedles – GuitarJoe Taylor – GuitarChris Hamilton – DrumsOddie McLaughlin – Bass

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