7 Songs, 59 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Pallbearer’s third album stretches the Arkansas outfit’s brand of doom metal to mountainous new heights. More polished—but no less punishing—than Sorrow and Extinction or Foundations of Burden, Heartless is a gleaming bulldozer of a record, shifting effortlessly from the operatic melancholy of “Cruel Road” to “A Plea for Understanding,” which blows out the spacey grandeur of Pink Floyd to nearly 13 minutes.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Pallbearer’s third album stretches the Arkansas outfit’s brand of doom metal to mountainous new heights. More polished—but no less punishing—than Sorrow and Extinction or Foundations of Burden, Heartless is a gleaming bulldozer of a record, shifting effortlessly from the operatic melancholy of “Cruel Road” to “A Plea for Understanding,” which blows out the spacey grandeur of Pink Floyd to nearly 13 minutes.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
44 Ratings

44 Ratings

Trevpeeps ,

These guys just keep getting better

These guys are about to get big, like mastodon big. This is an early contender for album of 2017. It's also the best record of their short career. At times it's their heaviest, and at other times it's their most mellow record. It moments where they get a bit sludgy with "gang shout" vocals and then transition to tripped out soft passages filled with Gilmour-esqe solos. There is an overall more "proggy" feel to these songs that comes with maturity in the song writing, the riffs weave in and out like My Dying Bride. Just buy it. Hail Doom!! Hail Pallbearer!!!

Brand of yo daddy ,

Insane

This album is literally the most amazing thing you will hear

Shadow Helghast ,

Finally...

The Gods have returned

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