Track: Pallbearer Announce New Album ‘Mind Burns Alive’ And Release Video For Single ‘Where The Light Fades’

Dan Almasy

Pallbearer, are set to return with their most raw and heartfelt album to date, ‘Mind Burns Alive’ due out on the 17th of May via Nuclear Blast Records.

“These songs are a deeper exploration of dynamics and sonic colour than anything we have done up to this point,” vocalist/guitarist Brett Campbell explains, shedding light on the band’s decision to strip everything back on the forthcoming nearly hour-long album. “I’m of the belief that true heaviness comes from emotional weight, and sometimes sheer bludgeoning isn’t the right approach to getting a feeling across.”

Along with the announcement the band have shared a preview with new single ‘Where The Light Fades’ and its Dan Almasy-directed video. Lyrically, the song eludes to what are the overall themes on the six-song album, as Campbell describes the tracks as “vignettes that tell the stories of people who deal with myriad sicknesses of the spirit… illnesses communicated by the world we live in, and the subjects are the symptoms of the disease.”

Stripped back epic-ness that hangs on Brett Campbell’s expressive vocals. Phenomenally well produced the track sounds amazing, with a heap of breathing space between the duelling guitars, spaced out synths, crushing bass and Pallbearer-esque heaviness from Mark Lierly on drums. Pallbearer have reached musical master craftsmen.

Check it out, here

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Read our review of the bands last album ‘Forgotten Days’ here

Read our interview with the band here

PALLBEARER – Mind Burns Alive
Release Date: 17 May 2024
LP | CD | Digital Album

1. Where The Light Fades
2. Mind Burns Alive
3. Signals
4. Endless Place
5. Daybreak
6. With Disease

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