Long Branch Records is pleased to announce that New York gothic doom metal act A Pale Horse Named Death re-signed an international deal with SPV. New music is expected to be released in Fall 2018 via the record company's Long Branch Records imprint.
The band led by founding Type O Negative and Life of Agony member Sal Abruscato released the debut "And Hell Will Follow Me" in 2011 and firmly implanted roots in the metal scene with the sophomore album "Lay My Soul to Waste" in 2013.
Besides Sal Abruscatoon guitars and lead vocals A Pale Horse Named Death's lineup includes Joe Taylor and Eddie Heedgeson guitars and Eric Morgan on bass. We're also excited to welcome Johnny Kelly (Type O Negative) back in the band on drums.
On the surface, A Pale Horse Named Death is impressive. But you'll want to dig deeper and immerse yourself in all the sonic and lyrical layers, because the band isn't afraid to plume the depths of darkness that humanity is capable of. It's murky stuff, but someone has to do it.
Sal Abruscato was born in Brooklyn, NY and started playing drums at age 10. He is the co-founder of Type O Negative with Peter Steele and performed on "Slow, Deep & Hard," "Origin Of The Feces," "Bloody Kisses" and various best of and soundtracks. Sal was the drummer for Life Of Agony and performed on "River Runs Red," "Ugly," "River Runs Again," "Broken Valley" and "A Place Where There's No More Pain." Additional projects include Supermassiv & My Mortality. He is now the singer, songwriter and guitarist for A Pale Horse Named Death.
Check out the band live here:
7/7: Clifton, NJ @ Dingbatz