- Summary: The fourth full-length release for the Arkansas doom metal band was recorded in Texas and was produced by Randall Dunn.
- Record Label: Nuclear Blast
- Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Heavy Metal, Doom Metal, Progressive Metal
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Oct 23, 2020There’s nothing too out there on Forgotten Days – the ’80s synth of the closing Caledonia probably the biggest surprise, but a welcome one: a playful take on the pain of the past – and all the tracks are solid, with any experimentation woven tightly around Pallbearer’s doom roots. This is the sound of a genre being refreshed, and of a band making it entirely their own.
Nov 18, 2020With Forgotten Days, the band don’t so much extend the sprawling prog-laced epics of the previous album as blend them into tighter, more direct tunes that feel very appropriate for the moods of this long, fractious year: at times ornery, restless and deeply sorrowful.
Nov 2, 2020Though not quite the standout the band promises early on, it does end things on a mournful yet triumphant note. It caps off one of Pallbearer's most approachable statements to date, where they bring new life to their usual approach as they stick to their core sound.
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