It’s called Red Horse.
I like it. I have no idea why Early Graves called the new one Red Horse, but I like it.
The San Francisco metal band recently wrapped recording the effort with Tim Green at Louder Studios.
The disc is due out on October 30 on No Sleep Records.
Red Horse marks Early Graves intrepid return since the tragic death of founding singer Makh Daniels two years ago, says a press release.
The album is the band’s first with John Strachan of the Funeral Pyre — who is also one of our columnists.
In anticipation of the impending release, Early Graves will hit the road with fellow metalheads Skeletonwitch in September leading up the album release in October.
UPDATE: John emailed us with the following tidbit: “Red Horse is about the horsemen death, who was red.” So that clears that up.
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