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Pale Horseman

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Latest Pale Horseman News

Below is our complete Pale Horseman news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Pale Horseman Debut Video For "Phantasmal Voice"

Chicago area sludge/doom outfit Pale Horseman debut their new video for "Phantasmal Voice", taken from their latest effort "The Fourth Seal", which is out now via Black Bow Records.

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Pale Horseman Debut New Song "Witches Will Gather"

Chicago-based doom/sludge crew Pale Horseman debut a new song titled "Witches Will Gather", taken from their upcoming new album "The Fourth Seal", which will be out in stores December 8th via UK's Black Bow Records.

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Pale Horseman Debuts New Song "Final War"

Chicago-based doom/sludge crew Pale Horseman debuts a new song entitled "Final War", taken from the upcoming new album "The Fourth Seal", which will see independent release on November 24.

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Pale Horseman Streaming Album

One year since the release of its debut album, Chicago sludge quartet Pale Horseman is ready to unleash its second offering. “Mourn The Black Lotus” will be self-released on July 7th and Idioteq is now hosting an exclusive stream of the record.

“Mourn The Black Lotus” was recorded earlier this year and mixed and mastered at Comatose Studio by Dennis Pleckham, also an axe-man for the mighty doom purveyors Bongripper, and contains a remix of the “Fork in the Road” track from the first self-titled Pale Horseman record - done by none other than Justin Broadrick (Godflesh, Jesu). The band commented:

“Two especially interesting facts about that whole deal are that we let Justin choose which one of our songs he wanted to remix; he himself chose the one song he felt he could work with the easiest, and also that we gave him absolutely no ideas or input as to which direction he should take it, other that the fact that I made it clear we are all huge Godflesh fans!

He made our song sound just like classic Godflesh and we couldn't be happier with the end result! The remix, the mix, and the mastering are all immaculate, in our opinion; Pale Horseman touched by the hand of God, as far as we're concerned.”

Stream “Mourn The Black Lotus” and read more commentaries on the album at this location, and also check out sixteen-minute album track "Clairvoyant" below. More...

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