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The Ocean announce US tour dates with Between The Buried And Me

Posted by Tommy on Monday, February 28, 2011 at 10:48 AM (PST)

German progressive/atmospheric metal enigmas The Ocean have announced U.S. and [some] Canadian tour dates with Between The Buried And Me. The tour will start April 15th in New York and end May 14th in North Carolina. Click here for the full tour dates.

The Ocean’s latest album “Anthropocentric” was released on November 9 via Metal Blade Records.

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North Carolina’s progressive metalcore mindbenders Between the Buried and Me are preparing to release the seventh album of their career, which almost spans a decade now. “The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues” is a three song EP, but don’t let that put you off. The album spans for over thirty minutes. The album will be released on Metal Blade and was recorded at Canada’s Metalworks Studios and Rattlebox Studios and produced / engineered by the Grammy award–winning David Bottrill (Tool, Muse, King Crimson, Dream Theater) and with the band.

Currently, Between the Buried and me are prepping a late spring tour with Job for a Cowboy, The Ocean, and Cephalic Carnage.

Click here to listen to “Spectacular Reflection” and here for a list of tour dates.

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North Carolina’s progressive metalcore aficionados Between the Buried and Me have just announced they will be touring with Job For a Cowboy, The Ocean, and Cephalic Carnage. Dates and details are forthcoming but you can check out the full tour flier below.

Between the Buried and Me recently just signed a recording deal with Metal Blade Records who will release their upcoming album “The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues”, the bands seventh full-length studio album.

Arizona’s Job For a Cowboy latest album, their sophomore release “Ruination”, was released in 2009 via Metal Blade records and was the follow-up to 2007’s concept album “Genesis”.

Germany’s progressive metal quintet The Ocean released “Anthropocentric” this past November on Metal Blade Records as well.

Cephalic Carnage released their sixth studio album “Misled by Certainty” this past August via Relapse Records.

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Between the Buried and Me signs with Metal Blade Records

Posted by katstat on Monday, February 21, 2011 at 12:30 PM (PST)

Between the Buried and Me has inked a worldwide recording deal with Metal Blade Records. The North Carolina metalcore quintet will kick off the partnership with the April release of its new album “The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues”.

Guitarist Paul Waggoner commented, “We are delighted in the opportunity to join the Metal Blade family. Their commitment to heavy music over the years is inspiring and we look forward to becoming a part of the ever-growing legacy of the label. Our new release, titled “The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues” will hit the streets in April. We are confident that our dedicated fans will appreciate it and hopeful that we will gain the attention of some new ears as well. In closing, I’d like to reference a quote from the illustrious Joe Dirt: “Life’s a garden, dig it.

Further details on “The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues” will be made available soon. The LP will contain the first new music from Between the Buried and Me since the release of 2009’s “The Great Misdirect” on Victory Records, which landed at #36 on the Billboard Top 200 in its first week of release.

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Between the Buried and Me vocalist releases solo album

Posted by NichTheHair on Monday, November 29, 2010 at 1:41 PM (PST)

Tommy Rogers, lead vocalist, keyboardist and founding member of the award-winning North Carolina progressive rock band Between the Buried and Me will release his debut solo album Pulse on February 1, 2011 via Metal Blade Records. The versatile front man and multi-instrumentalist, who not only self-produced the record, but also arranged, composed and played all instruments on the recording, will use the pseudonym Thomas Giles (his given middle name) as his moniker for the project.

To read more about the project and Rogers’ own thoughts, click here.

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