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With the release of their fantastic album ‘Forgotten Days’ (Read our review here), we put some questions to Pallbearer’s Brett Cambpell. Find out his take on the new album, being in a band and what bands he thinks are worth checking out. First off, I hope all of you are doing ok? How has the …

Pallbearer are back with their fourth offering of doom metal and a band going almost full circle. This new album is connected to their first long play album ‘Sorrow and Extinction’ as Rowland says: “This record has a lot of thematic ties to our first record.” The band are reliving the early days and this …

Pallbearer have released ‘The Quicksand of Existing’, the third single from the band’s forthcoming album Forgotten Days, out October 23rd via Nuclear Blast. “As we strive to be, the forces of entropy perpetually pull us down into a state of being unmade,”  Offers bass player/songwriter Joseph D. Rowland of the track which reflects the narrative themes behind the highly-anticipated release, self-described by the band …

Pallbearer, share the second single ‘Rite Of Passage’ from their fourth album, ‘Forgotten Days’ on Oct. 23 via Nuclear Blast. “’Rite of Passage’ is both a reflection and a confessional,” explains bass player/songwriter Joseph Rowland. “The toll that loss has taken on my life often finds ways to remind me that I may never feel whole, and the song’s purpose is …

After recently announcing the release of their fourth album, ‘Forgotten Days’ on Oct 23rd Pallbearer have shared a black and white, cinematic version of the video for title track ‘Forgotten Days’. We shared the original video here “When Ben sent us this alternate version of the ‘Forgotten Days’ video, we were instantly taken aback at how a …

Progressive doom band Pallbearer have announced news of their fourth album, ‘Forgotten Days’, due to arrive on October 23rd via Nuclear Blast. In celebration the band have released the video for the album’s title track and first single – ‘Forgotten Days’ “I’m extremely stoked to finally share this song with everyone,” says singer/guitar player Brett Campbell. Commenting on the Ben Meredith directed …