You are going to want to get to know New York-based rocker Anna Rose. Â Her single â€śBehold a Pale Horseâ€ť, off the upcoming album of the same name, opens with a haunting bass line, which sets the stage for the 1-2 punch of Roseâ€™s vocals. Â Her dark and deep sound is reminiscent of Heart's Ann Wilson (remember â€śBarracudaâ€ť and â€śMagic Manâ€ť?). The song's thick, heavy tone is appropriate considering the subject matter: the title comes from the Book of Revelations, with the pale horse acting as a personification of death. Creepy, but cool.
Be sure to take a listen to the single and check out Behold a Pale Horse, which will be hitting shelves and iTunes early this fall! Also, check out Anna Rose live at the NYC Bowery Electric on Wednesday, September 12th at 9pm.
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