Horse The Band Delay 'A Natural Death'
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HORSE THE BAND has had the release date of its new album, "A Natural Death" (KOCH Records), pushed back to August 28 from the previously announced June 26. According to keyboardist Erik Engstrom, "'A Natural Death' is about the futility and arrogance of creation and destruction, the overwhelming scale of space and time, and the brutal majesty of nature, the horror of birth and the beauty of death. Everyone who will ever live will die a natural death, and will soon after be forgotten for eternity. Hopefully this album will serve as a warning to the human race to stop taking itself so seriously, as we have seen the dire consequences of its actions in the future. You are nothing."
To check out the new HORSE THE BAND song, entitled "Murder", visit the band's MySpace page.
HORSE THE BAND consists of five demi gods running from a haunted past they can't possibly remember. Formed on the mean streets of Los Angeles after the birth of the new millennium, the members of HORSE began to create their exotic sound to fight the past and create the future.
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