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Thursday, July 17, 2014

Pallbearer covers Decibel Magazine, announces Little Rock album release date

Posted By on Thu, Jul 17, 2014 at 4:08 PM

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The issue isn't on newsstands yet, but here's the very intense cover of September's Decibel, featuring Little Rock's Pallbearer and the caption, "The torch is passed to doom's next big thing." As we mentioned last month, the band's new album, "Foundations Of Burden," is set to be released August 19, and they're gearing up for a big U.S. tour in October and November, but the band has also just announced a Little Rock record release show, which will take place August 22 at the Rev Room, with Plebeian Grandstand, Reproacher and Napalm Christ.

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