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A Pale Horse Named Death (Type O Negative members) is on tour right now in the USA, supporting their new album, When The World Becomes Undone (Long Branch Records) from 2019. Watch fan-filmed video of the band performing the song ‘Die Alone’, live in Ohio. Continue reading
Ghost Cult’s DJ Astrocreep recently caught up with Sal Abruscato of A Pale Horse Named Death while on tour in the UK. APHND’s new album When The World Becomes Undone was released via Long Branch Records/SPV this past January. Sal was in a reflective mood and chatted about a wide range of topics such as the new album, his writing habits, changes in his personal life, touring, how bands make money (or not) in 2019, highlights from his entire career and more! Pick up the bands’ album, catch them on tour soon, or later in the year when they are back in Europe for Damnation Festival. Check it out! Continue reading
Doom band A Pale Horse Named Death begins a new run of tour dates on the east coast. The tour kicked off last night in Teaneck, NJ and concludes on May 12th in Mercersburg, PA A complete list of dates can be found below. The band is on tour in support of their latest release When the World Becomes Undone, that was released in January via Long Branch Records. Stream or purchase the album below. Continue reading
First on the bill are local act Eradikator, a band I’ve caught on a couple of previous occasions at other events. They play an attractive style of Thrash, though there are maybe twenty or so in for the start of their set, with that number growing steadily through their set to around triple that by the end. It’s certainly likeable and ably played with those in – even though most hid at the back – seeming to enjoy the thrashy grooves laid out. The 30-minute set goes without a hitch and provides a good, fast start to the evening. Continue reading
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When The World Becomes Undone (Long Branch Records) is the type of album that at the initial scan I really wanted to love. I’ve discussed my fondness of all things early to mid-nineties Roadrunner Records ad nauseum on other reviews so I’ll spare you the love letter here, but with so much connection between A Pale Horse Named Death and Type O Negative you can likely understand where I’m coming from. Continue reading