ON A PALE HORSE To Enter Studio In September

ON A PALE HORSE, the band featuring ex-SLIPKNOT guitarist Josh Brainard, will enter Junior's Motel studio in Otho, Iowa in September with producer Kirk Kaufmann to record their sophomore album, tentatively titled "Riding the Wind". The follow-up to "Black Is Not the Darkest Colour" will contain 12 songs. Two additional cuts will surface on a split 7" single with BURNOUT. Songtitles set to appear on the upcoming CD include "Eye-In-Hand", "Firebreather", "Ride the Wind", "Penchant for the Divine", "Release the Smoke", "Seven Minutes" and "Warlord". A late 2004 release through Mushroom Cloud Records is expected.

For more information, visit www.onapalehorse.com.


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