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Pallbearer don't sound like Black Sabbath. Or they do, sort of, but only to the extent that early Low sounds like a Phil Spector girl group, or that second-album Bon Iver sounds like Bruce Hornsby.…   Read Story »
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…   Read Story »
Last week, Grantland published a thoughtful, compelling piece by Steven Hyden titled "The Sad But True Fate Of Pop-Metal." In his essay, Hyden used the new Mastodon album, Once More 'Round The Sun,…   Read Story »
The challenge in compiling the 5 Best Songs Of The Week isn't determining which songs deserve to be included and which don't, it's determining which deserving songs to cut and which to keep. This…   Read Story »
Pallbearer's debut, Sorrow And Extinction, was our #1 metal album of 2012, and last December, Sorrow's then-untitled/-unrecorded follow-up came in right around the midway point on our list of the 100…   Read Story »
We're almost (almost!) done reflecting on the year that was, so it's time to start taking a closer look at the year that will be. For the past several years, we've ranked our most anticipated albums.…   Read Story »
Stereogum's recaps and photos from SXSW continue... Encrust @ Mohawk Outdoor (PITCHFORK/SHOW NO MERCY), 12:30PM The Show No Mercy showcase at House Of Vans (aka Mohawk) started early. Like,…   Read Story »