Produced in 2008, Small Rock and roll, Arkansas quartet Pallbearer unleashed their penchant for heaviness on unsuspecting ears using their monstrously solid undertake classic doom steel. With a audio rooted in the decrease, riff-centric customs laid down by Dark Sabbath, the music group takes a pretty straightforward method of doom, forming levels of sludgy guitars into an impossibly solid wall structure of oppressive bleakness that envelops the listener. Having a lineup comprising Brett Campbell (guitars/vocals), Devin Holt (guitars), Joseph D. Rowland (bass), and Chuck Schaaf (drums), Pallbearer’s 2010 demonstration gained the interest of label Profound Lore, which released their appropriate full-length debut, Sorrow and Extinction, in 2012. A follow-up, Foundations of Burden, found its way to 2014, with Tag Lierly changing Schaaf on drums. Made by Billy Anderson (Neurosis, Swans, Rest), the record was greeted with excitement from both metallic and mainstream rock and roll press. The music group toured internationally for another year-and-a-half, playing headliners and support displays in night clubs, theaters, and huge celebrations. The three-track Dread & Fury EP adopted in 2016. With a far more hook-laden — but believe it or not heavy — audio, it exposed the band’s musical development. They spent the rest of the summertime documenting their third full-length studio room day. Self-produced and documented to analog tape at Fellowship Hall Audio in Little Rock and roll, it was combined by Joe Barresi (Queens from the Rock Age, Device, Melvins, Soundgarden). Entitled Heartless, it had been released by Profound Lore in early 2017.