Doom-Metal Band Pallbearer Announces U.S. Tour
Ready to rock? Arkansas doom metal band Pallbearer have just announced plans for a tour to support their newest album, Foundations of Burden, out August 19 via Profound Lord (you can listen to the album’s lead single, “The Ghost I Used to Be”, below). They’ll bounce around Europe a bit before coming stateside, kicking off the North American leg of their tour at Exit/In in Nashville, TN on October 17. From there, Pallbearer will head to Lexington, KY; Madison, WI; Cleveland, OH; Detroit, MI; Philadelphia, PA; Brooklyn, NY; Baltimore, MD; Atlanta, GA; Tampa, FL; Houston, TX; Austin, TX (at Fun Fun Fun Fest); and Dallas, TX, to name a few. Supporting Pallbearer on tour are Tombs, Vattnet Viskar, and YOB, depending on your local date. For more information on ticketing, visit the band’s website.
Comprised on Brett Campbell on vocals and guitar, Devin Holt on guitar, Joseph D. Rowland on bass, and Mark Lierly on drums, Pallbearer first came on the scene with a three-song demo in 2010. Their first full-length album, Sorrow and Extinction, was released in 2012, and it was awarded “Best New Music” by Pitchfork, as well as voted among the best albums of the year by NPR and Spin.
Pallbearer Tour Dates & Tickets
- Tickets The Opera House – Toronto, Canada
- Tickets Club Soda – Montreal, Canada
Pallbearer Video for “The Ghost I Used To Be”
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