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Foundations of Burden

by Pallbearer

Foundations of Burden by Pallbearer

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Foundations of Burden

by Pallbearer

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Label: Profound Lore
Specializing in an interminable -- if not quite inexorable -- brand of underwater doom that manages melody despite its ungodly guitar tones, these metalzine-acclaimed Little Rockers just keep rolling along on their second album, letting the tide carry them endlessly out to sea with Brett Campbell's high-register, zero-gravity murmur driftwooding on top. Four of six tracks exceed ten minutes; only the obligatory prettiness interlude "Ashes" checks in under eight. The longest, closer "Vanished," starts out as a beastly Baluchitherium plod, but eventually peters out, nautical miles down the line.

About This Album

Specializing in an interminable -- if not quite inexorable -- brand of underwater doom that manages melody despite its ungodly guitar tones, these metalzine-acclaimed Little Rockers just keep rolling along on their second album, letting the tide carry them endlessly out to sea with Brett Campbell's high-register, zero-gravity murmur driftwooding on top. Four of six tracks exceed ten minutes; only the obligatory prettiness interlude "Ashes" checks in under eight. The longest, closer "Vanished," starts out as a beastly Baluchitherium plod, but eventually peters out, nautical miles down the line.

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About This Album

Specializing in an interminable -- if not quite inexorable -- brand of underwater doom that manages melody despite its ungodly guitar tones, these metalzine-acclaimed Little Rockers just keep rolling along on their second album, letting the tide carry them endlessly out to sea with Brett Campbell's high-register, zero-gravity murmur driftwooding on top. Four of six tracks exceed ten minutes; only the obligatory prettiness interlude "Ashes" checks in under eight. The longest, closer "Vanished," starts out as a beastly Baluchitherium plod, but eventually peters out, nautical miles down the line.