LIFE OF AGONY/Ex-TYPE O NEGATIVE Drummer Streaming A PALE HORSE NAMED DEATH Music
Three songs from A PALE HORSE NAMED DEATH — the new project led by LIFE OF AGONY/ex-TYPE O NEGATIVE drummer Sal Abruscato — are available for streaming on Facebook.
Commented Sal: "This is my first album where I composed and play all instruments, including vocals. Along with co-producer/guitarist Matt Brown (SEVENTH VOID), we have accomplished a very fresh sound and it includes guest appearances by Bobby Hambel (BIOHAZARD), Keith Caputo (LIFE OF AGONY) and Ulrich Krieger (LOU REED).
"We are shopping for a deal, but in the meantime there will be a special-edition digipack available online in August 2010. There is also a memorial page dedicated to my good friend Peter Steele [late TYPE O NEGATIVE frontman] in the album as well.
"It is the darkest music I have ever written and recorded in my life, back to my sinister roots and I believe the fans will learn a completely different side of me."
For more information, visit www.apalehorsenameddeath.com.
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