ON A PALE HORSE To Release 'A Generation Of Vipers' In March

Corporate Punishment Records has set a March 4 release date for the new album from Des Moines, Iowa's ON A PALE HORSE, entitled "A Generation of Vipers".

ON A PALE HORSE features guitarist Josh Brainard (ex-SLIPKNOT) and vocalist Aaron Peltz (ex-DOWNTHESUN). Brainard recorded two albums with SLIPKNOT, the group's independent release "Mate. Feed. Kill. Repeat" and the group's multi-platinum self-titled debut. Vocalist Aaron Peltz fronted DOWNTHESUN, which released their Garth Richardson-produced self-titled debut album through Roadrunner Records in 2002.

"A Generation of Vipers" was produced by Warren Riker (CROWBAR, DOWN, CATHEDRAL) and executive-produced by SLIPKNOT's Paul Gray.

While ON A PALE HORSE's affiliations with other group's are inescapable, their music is a gigantic slab of thundering riffing metal that brings to mind the likes of DOWN, CLUTCH, CORROSION OF CONFORMITY and classic QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE.

Watch ON A PALE HORSE's video for the song "Sound the Alarm":


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