Pallbearer streams new album

2014-08-11 by Balerion | 26 Comments
Arkansas doom metal band Pallbearer are streaming their upcoming LP Foundations of Burden over at Pitchfork Advance.

Check it out here:
http://pitchfork.com/advance/510-foundations-of-burden/

Tagged: Pallbearer

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17WordHaiku
August 11th 2014
263 Comments


amazing follow up. so impressed by these guys.

Dunpeal
August 11th 2014
4449 Comments



dat album art

zaruyache
August 11th 2014
27528 Comments


Stoked. Gonna jam later.

Wizardboi
August 11th 2014
60 Comments


HEAVYYYYYY

botb
August 11th 2014
18052 Comments


need to peep this later

TheSpirit
Emeritus
August 11th 2014
30304 Comments


Oh nice

Lowder91bird
August 11th 2014
613 Comments


I like what I have heard from this.

Thor
August 12th 2014
10357 Comments


liking the vocals way more on this album than their last, tones are massive too

DominionMM1
August 12th 2014
21191 Comments


fuckin sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeetttt

ComeToDaddy
August 12th 2014
1851 Comments


Super keeeen, S&E slayed

tempest--
August 12th 2014
20634 Comments


fuck

SharkEthic
August 12th 2014
585 Comments


Holy shit, pitchfork updated their player so you can pause a song now. Technology ho!

TheLodge
August 12th 2014
42 Comments


Was excited for this, but tracks 1-3 are really boring compared to their first album. 4 & 5 are nice though.

RivalSkoomaDealer
August 12th 2014
1645 Comments


I would say this is definitely a step up in the vocal department.

So basically 4/5. Record jams.

lalchimiste
August 12th 2014
1131 Comments


Upon first listen, i heard much improvement and confidence on the vocals from Campbell. Plus, they added some extra dept with some of the choir-like and occasional scream backing vocals on 2 of the tracks.

Production is slightly better and gives more punch to all the instruments. Drums have much improved compared to Sorrow and Extinction too.

I really liked it, will listen more

lalchimiste
August 12th 2014
1131 Comments


It riffs harder to

EaglesBecomeVultures
August 12th 2014
5567 Comments


cool band

IAmTheSun
August 12th 2014
29 Comments


Gosh darn

Hawks
August 12th 2014
90562 Comments


Gotta listen.

hikingmetalpunk
August 12th 2014
2208 Comments


interested in listening to this.

EyesWideShut
August 13th 2014
5919 Comments


Im diggin Sorrow more.. idk if its the P4K quality but the riffs aint hitting as hard for me.

Dunpeal
August 13th 2014
4449 Comments


yea man wait for full release before making a "final" judgement at least


digging ashes a lot tho so far

eternium
August 14th 2014
16358 Comments


This rips indeed.

barbietattoo
August 14th 2014
17 Comments


meh, almost worth not listening to this stream and waiting for release.

SteelErectedb4you8er
August 15th 2014
2620 Comments


"Worlds Apart" is such an awesome song.

Deathconscious
August 16th 2014
27387 Comments


album artwork is totally ruined by that shitty drawing of a naked dude, what the fuck everything else is drawn so well it looks so out of place.



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