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Sal Abruscato Releases his Demons with A Pale Horse Named Death
©Sal Abruscato is synonymous to what the New York City Heavy Music scene represents: hard uncompromised work, original song writing, and not holding back or limiting yourself when creating music. When we first heard A Pale Horse Named Death (his brand new band), our ears couldn't believe this man's vocal abilities. We couldn't help to wonder if Abruscato had been holding back during his tenure with Life Of Agony and Type O Negative, since his role with those bands was to kick ass on the drums.
©On the new album by A Pale Horse Named Death titled "And Hell Will Follow Me" (USA - June 14th, worldwide - June 16th via SPV/Steamhammer), the groove factor is in full effect and at first glance it brings back the memory of when we first listened to "Dirt", the classic album by the legendary band Alice In Chains. However, the more we listened to it, the darker it got. Even darker than Alice In Chains? Absolutely!
Smartly enough, Sal consciously stayed away from writing anything similar to the awesome music of Life Of Agony or Type O Negative, since he knew the music will carry a similar vibe. As we all know, the vibe of the Brooklyn based bands has always been a raw energetic roller coaster that can be dangerous at times. In times when there is a need for a fresh band to rise up from the streets of New York City, we truly believe that A Pale Horse Named Death is that band!
Here are some facts about A Pale Horse Named Death:
- Sal's partner in crime on "And Hell Will Follow Me" is Matt Brown, sound engineer extraordinaire and guitarist of fellow NY band SEVENTH VOID. "The chemistry between me and Matt is unique and flawless very rare in today's music. We are the murdering evil version of Lennon and McCartney." says Abruscato.
©- The album artwork was done by Sam Shearon aka Mr. Sam, who has previously done work for Rob Zombie, Fear Factory and Cradle of Filth to name a few, and features a 20 page booklet with artwork for each individual song. Additionally, the Double LP version will feature a never before heard bonus track called "Pick Up Truck".
- To top that all off, Life of Agony's Keith Caputo lent background vocals to four tracks and Lou Reed's saxophonist Ulrich Krieger guests on "Die Alone". Bobby Hambel from Biohazard - who also plays with the band live - played the guitar leads on three tunes.
- LIVE - Line Up:
Sal Abruscato (Life Of Agony), Guitar & Vocals
Johnny Kelly (Type O Negative, Seventh Void), Drums
Bobby Hambel (Biohazard), Guitar
Matt Brown (Supermassiv, Seventh Void), Guitar
Eric Morgan, Bass
- Special Guests:
Keith Caputo (Life Of Agony) - background vocals
Ulrich Krieger (Lou Reed) - saxophone on "Die Alone"
Bobby Hambell (Biohazard) - additional guitars
"This is my pinnacle creation, the best album I have ever done." - Sal Abruscato
We had the chance to interview Sal Abruscato at the Official Listening Party at Idle Hands Bar in New York City, for the new album by A Pale Horse Named Death titled "And Hell With Follow Me". Here is what went down:

RELEASE DATES: USA - June 14th, worldwide - June 16th via SPV/Steamhammer.
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Special thanks to Sal Abruscato, Jon Freeman, Nick Serr and Idle Hands Bar.
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