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Foundations of Burden

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Worlds Apart
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Foundations
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Watcher In The Dark
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The Ghost I Used To Be
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Ashes
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Vanished
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Wondering Sound

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08.19.14
Pallbearer, Foundations of Burden
2014 | Label: Profound Lore / Revolver

Imagine the expectations that have trailed Pallbearer since 2012. That’s the year that the Arkansas doom metal quartet debuted with Sorrow & Extinction, an urgent espousal of most everything great about the low-lit, low-tempo subgenre. Riffs unwound like endless smoke rings. Drums seemed to shake the band’s very frame. Vocals delivered a sinister glimpse of forbidden light. The record became one of the year’s true crossover contenders, pushing the crew of Little Rock rookies… read more »

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