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One Question Interviews: Planning for Burial

Thom Wasluck (Planning For Burial, Music Ruins Lives)

SPB: What is the last record you didn’t care for on first listen but has grown on you since?

Wasluck: At first this will sound bad because they are my friends, but I'm going to say Sunbather by Deafheaven, though not because I didn't care for it, but because I had such a deep emotional connection to Roads To Judah around a very specific time in my life that it was just hard to beat for me. It didn't stop me from constantly listening to it and, holy fuck, do these songs kill live.

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Words by Loren on Dec. 23, 2013, 5:26 p.m.

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