PALLBEARER Release ‘I Saw The End’ Music Video
March 6th, 2017
Little Rock, Arkansas-based progressive doom metal group Pallbearer have released a music video for the track ‘I Saw The End’. Directed by Zev Deans (Panorama Programming), the clip can be viewed below.
The band commented: “Both song and video present a telescopic view on an eternity of corruption. The path of greed leads to misery. When higher awareness allowed us to claw our way out of the mud, we found new ways to exploit one another, abusing the gift that could bring us to new heights. In the end, we pay for our selfishness. Join us for this elegy for what might have been.”
Pallbearer issue third full-length studio album Heartless on March 24th, 2017 in Europe, Australia and New Zealand through Nuclear Blast Entertainment. Profound Lore Records have scheduled North American release to take place the same day.
The outing was recorded entirely to analogue tape at Fellowship Hall Sound in Little Rock, Arkansas between June and August 2016. Heartless was produced by Pallbearer, and mixed by Joe Barresi. Engineering was handled by Jason Weinheimer and Zach Reeves, with mastering being overseen by Dave Collins.
Cover artwork duties fell to Indiana-based oil painter Michael Lierly, with album layout duties falling to Chimere Noire.
The track listing is as follows;
01. ‘I Saw The End’
03. ‘Lie Of Survival’
04. ‘Dancing In Madness’
05. ‘Cruel Road’
07. ‘A Plea For Understanding’
Pallbearer’s line-up is as follows;
Brett Campbell (vocals and guitars)
Devin Holt (guitars)
Joseph D. Rowland (bass)
Mark Lierly (drums)
Second studio record Foundations Of Burden was released in August 2014 via Profound Lore.