8 p.m. Rev Room. $15.
Pallbearer — etchers of heavy sonic landscapes, hometown heroes — are back. A June 14 announcement on the ensemble’s Facebook page went as follows: “We’re coming out of our album-writing hibernation for some select shows in July. Two of these shows are in our home state and at those we’ll be performing Sorrow & Extinction + other selections from our history as well as bringing a new limited beer, a Czech-style Pilsner dubbed ‘The Legend’ that we’ve teamed up with our esteemed friends at Lost Forty Brewing to make.” For this listener, Pallbearer’s music is like a stratified outcrop of shale, or a high-end crepe cake: dozens of guitar layers on top of one another, rendered into an immaculately stacked whole by clever engineering, as if time and gravitational pressure had compressed them. There’s nothing like hearing that stratum live, and for this show, Pallbearer performs its monumental, crushing 2012 debut album in its entirety. See pallbearerdoom.com/tour for tickets and details.