The band—rounded out by drummer Jess Gowrie and bassist Lennon Hudson—are gearing up for the release of their first full-length album, was endeavored from the outset as a fuller, more realized artistic vision for Horseneck.
“The two EPs were essentially early songs that I just wrote quickly and didn’t put too much thought into,” admits Paganelli of the EPs.
Horseneck will be celebrating the release of their debut with an LP release show at Harlow’s on Feb. By Ryan Prado, Submerge Anthony Paganelli has been at a monster truck rally all day long with his son.
When Submerge catches up with Horseneck’s guitarist/vocalist (affectionately called “Pag”), he’s slightly frazzled by the spectacle of the subculture drawn to such an affair, lamenting the unbroken yelps of a patron directly behind him for the entirety of the event.
I'd venture to say⎯barring a nasty diagnosis or a death in her immediate family⎯she wasn't attracted, even though she liked him. In other words, she was either avoiding an act of rejection, or she was using him for his brain. Now I was being tested on a subject I knew nothing about. If you don't want someone like me, please let your freak flag fly right away.