By now you’ve read the one list that really matters – the Thrash Hits Top 10 Albums of 2014 – but now we’re giving you the opportunity to delve a little deeper into the minds that created it. Here are the unedited, unspoiled and unsullied opinions that we crunched together to distill our Top 10. We asked our contributors to tell us what their personal Top 10 records of the last 12 months were, and to justify their top choice to us.
Pallbearer is a doom metal band from Little Rock, Arkansas, United States. The band features two members of the psychedelic drone band SPORTS, as well as members of Soophie Nun Squad and Placid Eclipse.
Pallbearer released their debut album "Sorrow and Extinction" in February 2012 via Profound Lore Records to much critical acclaim.
They released their second album "Foundations of Burden" in August 2014.
The current line-up is:
Brett Campbell - vocals, guitar Read more on Last.fm
Pallbearer on Thrash Hits
December 16th, 2014
You know we don’t muck about with our recommendations for If You Buy One Thing This Week. You know we sure as Hell don’t muck about when it comes to our Albums of the Year list. So unsurprisingly, our final pick for this column this year is that album that topped our list this year – Pallbearer’s incredible second album, Foundations of Burden.
August 18th, 2014
Foundations of Burden
25 August 2014
The rise of Pallbearer has been interesting to witness – from their humble beginnings and the demo of 2010, to the much anticipated debut record (Sorrow & Extinction) to the follow up that they are now on the cusp of releasing – the Arkansas-based doom band have followed a steady path of ever-increasing popularity without losing sight of what’s actually important – the music. 2012s Sorrow & Extinction was quite rightly hailed as one of the best records of the year.