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Sorrow And Extinction

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Foreigner
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Devoid Of Redemption
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The Legend
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An Offering Of Grief
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Given To The Grave
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Total Tracks: 5   Total Length: 48:53

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Turgid Sludge

robynhode

Listening to this album is like walking through a mile of mud in combat boots. Painfully bad.

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Sorrow and Extinction

outmoder

Pallbearer certainly keep it gloomy with their song titles and bleak lyrical content but this is a magnificent triumph of a record. An album of the year contender, for sure. Classic, epic doom, with great 'clean' vocals rather than harsh growls. Generally, the tempo is slow as you'd expect, but sometimes the guitars let rip - the spiralling climax to An Offering of Grief is stunning. Anyway, if you like doom, metal with a retro feel or just wallowing in glorious melancholy, this is the album for you.

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Sorrow and Extinction

zaokllr

BEST Albumn of my whole life!

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