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A Pale Horse Named Death Signs To SPV/Steamhammer

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SPV has issued the following announcement about inking a deal with A Pale Horse Named Death:

"SPV is pleased to announce that A Pale Horse Named Death, the new band lead by Life of Agony's Sal Abruscato have signed a worldwide recording contract with Steamhammer/SPV. Their debut album entitled 'And Hell Will Follow Me' is currently scheduled for release in June 2011.

"Sal Abruscato was born in Brooklyn, NY Started playing drums at age 10. He is the co-founder of Type O Negative with Peter Steele and performed on Slow, Deep & Hard, Origin Of The Feces, Bloody Kisses and various best of and soundtracks. Sal is the drummer for Life Of Agony and performed on River Runs Red, Ugly, River Runs Again, Broken Valley. Additional projects include Supermassiv & My Mortality. He is now the singer, songwriter and guitarist for A Pale Horse Named Death."

Sal Abruscato had the following to say about signing with SPV/Steamhammer: "I am so stoked about joining SPV, I'm Looking forward to a fruitful and successful relationship with such a reputable label as SPV"

The band's live lineup includes Sal Abruscato (Life of Agony) on guitars and vocals, drummer Johnny Kelly (Type O Negative, Seventh Void), Bobby Hambel (Biohazard) on guitar, Matt Brown (Supermassiv, Seventh Void) also on guitars, and Eric Morgan on bass.

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