A Pale Horse Named Death Share Video for Fell In My Hole


Watch the video for “Fell In My Hole” here

A Pale Horse Named Death share their official music video for the song “Fell In My Hole”. The track is taken from their new album which has been released earlier this year via Long Branch Records / SPV. The video was shot by Joel Nilsson (Maluha Media) and Tony Jelencovich in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Singer and guitarist Sal Abruscato about the video:

“We did not want to do the typical performance video of a band onstage. We wanted to give more to the story of manic depression. When we had the opportunity to work with Joel and Tony and film in Gothenburg, Sweden, we felt that is was gonna be special, something that will draw the viewer into that world.”

A Pale Horse Named Death will be returning to Europe in fall for their Season of the dead Tour 2019. Tickets are already on sale.


16.10.19 IT, Milan – Legend Club
18.10.19 RO, Timisoara – Capcana
19.10.19 RO, Bucharest – Metal Gates Festival
20.10.19 BG, Sofia – Mixtape5
22.10.19 AT, Vienna – Viper Room
23.10.19 CZ, Ostrava – Barrack Club
24.10.19 DE, Dresden – Beatpol
25.10.19 DE, Leipzig – UT Connewitz
26.10.19 DE, Geislingen – MieV
27.10.19 DE, Wiesbaden – Schlachthof
28.10.19 DE, Cologne – Helios37
29.10.19 DE, Bielefeld – Movie
30.10.19 NL, Rotterdam – Baroeg
31.10.19 UK, Milton Keynes – The Crauford Arms
01.11.19 UK, TBA
02.11.19 UK, TBA
03.11.19 IE, Dublin – The Grand Social
04.11.19 UK, TBA
05.11.19 UK, London – Underworld



Beauty often blossoms at the root of darkness. A Pale Horse Named Death siphon strangely blissful melodies from apocalyptic heavy metal awash in swells of cavernous gothic keys and grunge song-craft  The band continue to excavate vulnerability from venom on their anxiously awaited third full-length album, When The World Becomes Undone. A delicate dichotomy drives the avowed and acclaimed “Brooklyn Lords of Doom.”

“It’s our signature combination of seemingly depressing and dark musical tones with unexpectedly pretty melodies,” affirms Sal Abruscato. “There’s a hypnotic phenomenon that happens when you take super heavy riffs and add a harmonic sensibility. It allows you to drift off and zone out.”

The new album was mastered by Maor Appelbaum (Faith No More, Meat Loaf, Yes, Sepultura, Halford etc.) at Maor Appelbaum Mastering while the artwork was once again created by Sam Shearon (Rob Zombie, Fear Factory, Cradle of Filth etc.).

When The World Becomes Undone is available here: https://aphnd.lnk.to/wtwbu

Line Up:

Sal Abruscato – Guitar, Vocals
Joe Taylor – Guitar
Eddie Heedles – Guitar
Eric Morgan – Bass
Johnny Kelly – Drums


Photo Credit: Sandi Ryan Golightly Photos

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