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Pallbearer  Worlds Apart  Pallbearer - Worlds Apart 10:17 35 ×
Pallbearer  Foundations (Foundations Of Burden 2014)  Pallbearer - Foundations (Foundations Of Burden 2014) 8:42 15 ×
Pallbearer  Ashes (Foundations Of Burden 2014)  Pallbearer - Ashes (Foundations Of Burden 2014) 3:20 12 ×
Pallbearer  The Ghost I Used To Be  Pallbearer - The Ghost I Used To Be 10:18 9 ×
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About Pallbearer

For a few years in the summaries of the albums of the most prestigious American magazines and music websites, you can find Pallbearer productions. The Arkansas band has enchanted thousands of fans in the world with a very affordable, melodious variety of doom metal. Initially sound quite dirty and dingy, with some time more ground and accessible. Their metal doom goes lightly, seamlessly. It does not overwhelm the cemetery atmosphere, does not scare the darkness of the moldy dungeons. More like a walk in the woods after sunset. In the autumn, Joseph D. Rowland (bass guitar, vocals), Devin Holt (guitar, vocals), Brett Campbell (vocals, guitar) and Mark Lierly (drums) come to persuade their fans to release the album “Heartless” All this points to reviews after reviews, and it is also badly hampered in annual summaries.


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