Pennsylvania’s Planning For Burial straddle the line between nostalgia and futuristic sounds and are the product of a man who takes healthy obsessions with his influences and filters them through a drony, gloom spyglass. Simply, Planning For Burial is Thom Wasluck, Planning for Burial an exercise in wondrous depression.

We caught up with Planning For Burial’s Thom Wasluck to ask about the wondrous records of 2015. This is what he was listening to.

1. King Woman, Doubt (The Flenser)
2. Sannhet, Revisionist (The Flenser)
3. Chelsea Wolfe, Abyss (Sargent House)
4. Drowse, Soon Asleep (Oligopolist Records)
5. Deafheaven, New Bermuda (Anti-)
6. Low, Ones And Sixes (Sub Pop)
7. Wax Idols, American Tragic (Collect)
8. Big Brave, Au De La (Southern Lord)
9. Bosse-De-Nage, All Fours (Profound Lore)
10. Self Defense Family, Heaven Is Earth (Deathwish)


Tim Anderl is an American journalist from Dayton, Ohio, whose work has been published in Alternative Press, Strength Skateboarding Magazine, and Substream Music Press. He was previously the web editor of and is currently the editor of, a host of Sound Check Chat Podcast, and a contributing writer for New Noise Magazine, Ghettoblaster Magazine and Dayton City Paper.

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