Dark grunge/rock band A Pale Horse Named Death has announced the title of their sophomore album as Lay My Soul To Waste, which is the follow up to 2011′s And Hell Will Follow Me (review). The album is set for release on May 21st in North America via SPV/Steamhammer Records.
Frontman Sal Abruscato states, “I can’t express in words how proud I am of our accomplishment. To finally complete our sophomore album, sit back and listen to what we have done is a great feeling. From our performances to Matt Brown’s mixes and finally having the album blessed by engineer and mastering great Ted Jensen, this album sounds bigger than the Grand Canyon. This album will surpass all expectations; it will be a privilege and an honor to present this album to all the fans.”
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Bloody-Disgusting Music is excited to bring you yet another awesome audio interview. This time, we caught up with Evergrey frontman Tom Englund to chat about the upcoming release of ‘Glorious Collision’, the eighth studio album, which is due out Feb. 22nd. We also discussed the lyrical themes of the album, the change in album artwork and, of course, horror. Check it out after the jump!
Decibel Magazine and Sodom have teamed up to stream
‘Feigned Death Throes’, a track off the upcoming Sodom release ‘In War And Pieces’. On top of that, if you go over to their site and follow quite possibly the easiest directions I’ve seen in a while (sans, of course, our lovely contests
), you can enter for a chance to win a vinyl copy of ‘In War And Pieces’ in blood red. I have to admit, that’d be pretty sexy on my mantle.
‘In War And Pieces’ is scheduled for a January 11th, 2011 release.
Here is the last of the Top 10′s that Rod Usher of The Other has provided Bloody-Disgusting.com with! He’s already given us his Top 10 horror rock songs as well as his Top 10 horror poster taglines. Now, Rod Usher has chosen to share his Top 10 horror literature with all of you readers! If you check after the jump, you can see one incredible list!
for a review of ‘New Blood’, the new album from The Other!
These past few weeks, we’ve had Rod Usher, singer of the German horrorpunk group The Other, submit his Top 10 horror rock songs and his Top 10 horror poster taglines. Now I’m here to review their new album, ‘New Blood’, which hits US stores tomorrow! Is The Other worth it for horror fans? Check out after the jump!