Planning for Burial is the musical project of American musician and singer-songwriter Thom Wasluck. Based in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, Wasluck started to perform under the alias in 2005 and released the debut album, Leaving in 2009. Wasluck plays all instruments during his home recordings and performs on his own at live performances.
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Album · 2015 · 2 Songs. Released: 21 Jul 2015. 2015 The Native Sound.
Mother Room- Arise by MOTHER ROOM, released 21 July 2015 Open the window, And run down the stairs. Salvation, from the sky. White lights calling you home. Laying there, on the ground. This is a split 7' with Planning For Burial out on The Native Sound. I'll be only shipping the Black records, You can maybe find some Coke Bottle Clear ones at The Native Sound. Includes unlimited streaming of To Be Everything (Planning For Burial split) via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
English music album by Planning for Burial 1. When We Were Ghosts - Planning for Burial, 2. Arise - Mother Room. Album ∙ 2015 ∙ 2 Songs. Split with Planning For Burial, Mother Room.
Planning for Burial - Дискография Albums 2009 - Leaving 09. Leaving. mp3 08. Verse-Chorus-Verse. mp3 06. Being a Teenager and the Awkwardness of Backse. 2014 - Vile Process (Planning for Burial & Troubled By Insects Split). 03. Troubled by Insects - Shallow Like Your Breath (Elliott cover). 01. Planning for Burial - Teenage Lust (The Jesus & Mary Chain cover). 02. Planning for Burial - Cantspeak (Danzig cover). 2015 - Planning for Burial & Mother Room Split. Mother Room - Arise. Planning for Burial - When We Were Ghosts.
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Taken from an upcoming split with Mother Room, the latest tune from this NJ gloomsmith is more Electric Wizard than Cocteau Twins. Wasluck suffers, but thankfully, it's mostly for art-and his project Planning For Burial wouldn't be half as compelling if the misery it radiates didn't feel so honest. His music is unfaithful to genre, sidling between doom, post-rock, goth, black metal, drone, shoegaze, and whatever else Wasluck feels like including; such is the luxury of a one-man band, or in this case, a bedroom recording project that found itself unexpectedly plucked from the fringes, splashed across Pitchfork, and deposited on stages with Chelsea Wolfe and Deafheaven.