Pallbearer Dan Almasy

SATURDAY 6/29. The Hall. 7 p.m. $25.

Pallbearer, Arkansas’s contribution to the doom metal genre, is making a hometown stop June 29 during their national tour. The last date on a string of shows before a brief break in their schedule, Pallbearer will take the stage at The Hall for the first time and play music from their new album, “Mind Burns Alive,” released May 17 on Nuclear Blast Records. An all-ages concert, Pallbearer’s glacial, oppressive riffs will be complemented by three other bands: Little Rock sludge metal institution Rwake; REZN, a Chicago psychedelic metal outfit that’s dropping a new album titled “Burden” June 14; and The Keening, an atmospheric metal project hailing from Portland, Oregon. Pallbearer will set off again on the next leg of their U.S. tour July 11 before crossing the Atlantic in October to perform all over Europe. Tickets are available here.


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