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Doom in Bloom: Stream New Music from Pallbearer and YOB


15036_4PAN_TUBE Oh, sure, it’s sunny and warm out now, but the summer is quickly winding to a close, and soon it will be perpetually dark and cold outside, and then you’ll be depressed, and then you’ll be dead.

Now that I’ve set the mood, allow me to alert you to the streaming of some of top-notch downer doom, won’t you?

  • Pallbearer’s terrific new album, Foundations of Burden, is now streaming in its entirety at Pitchfork. To paraphrase Jacobim Mugatu, “They’re so hot right now!” They just seem to have landed in that magical realm of bands like Gojira and Kvelertak, bands that everybody likes. Of course, there’s a good reason for that — unlike, say, Thy Art is Murder, Pallbearer are worthy of their success. Read our review here, and listen to the album here. It comes out August 19 on Profound Lore.
  • YOB’s new track, “Unmask the Spectre,” can be streamed below, courtesy of Stereogum. It will appear on the band’s new album, Clearing the Path to Ascend, which comes out September 2 on Neurot. It’s really good! It’s also fifteen minutes long. One YOB song is the length of Insect Warfare’s entire discography. YOB fans should never complain about a lack of riches. 
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