Pallbearer - Foundations Of Burden

The Little Rock, Arkansas doomsters Pallbearer made a seismic impact on the underground metal map with their aqueous, spaced-out 2012 debut album Sorrow And Extinction. Next week, they’ll follow it up with their sophomore album Foundations Of Burden, and the new LP pushes their melodic, expansive, higher-than-the-sun sound way beyond its logical conclusions. We’ve already posted its first single, the 10-minute monsterpiece “The Ghost I Used To Be,” and that’s actually one of the shorter songs on the album. Meanwhile, one of the few songs that comes in under the 10-minute mark is “Ashes,” which sounds vaguely like second-album Bon Iver. This is a weird, ambitious, fascination, and thoroughly ass-kicking album, and now you can stream the whole thing at Pitchfork.

Foundations Of Burden is out 8/19 on Profound Lore.

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  1. Ooooh yeah… Stock up on your ‘tussin, people. There’s gonna be a shortage.

  2. Well this was stellar. I’m especially glad about its quality after being painfully disappointed by the new Pilgrim album this year.

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