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Grammy Award nominated progressive metallers Between The Buried And Me have announced that they will be hitting the road this spring for North American tour that will feature a very special two set performance celebrating 20 years of BTBAM. The first set will feature a career spanning setlist with the second set seeing the band play their highly acclaimed 2009 opus, ‘The Great Misdirect‘ in its entirety. Tickets will go on sale at 10am local time on Friday, January 17th from betweentheburiedandme.com
The tour will kick off in Richmond, VA on May 9th and will make its way through another 30 cities across North America before culminating in Charlotte, NC on June 19th.
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Come celebrate 20 of years of BTBAM with us! ? Set one: Career spanning set Set two: The Great Misdirect in it’s entirety You’ve asked for it, and we listened! Don’t sleep on this one. Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10am local time. Tag your friends, get pumped, and see you soon! #btbam #btbam20 May 09 – The Canal – Richmond, VA May 10 – Black Cat – Washington, DC May 12 – Theatre of Living Arts – Philadelphia, PA May 13 – The Gramercy Theatre – New York, NY May 14 – The Palladium – Worcester, MA May 15 – Mr Smalls Theatre – Millvale, PA May 16 – Magic Stick – Detroit, MI May 17 – Red Flag – St. Louis, MO May 19 – House of Blues – Chicago, IL May 20 – Studio B at Skyway Theatre – Minneapolis, MN May 22 – Summit Music Hall – Denver, CO May 23 – The Complex – Salt Lake City, UT May 25 – Imperial Vancouver – Vancouver, BC May 26 – El Corazon – Seattle, WA May 27 – Bossanova Ballroom – Portland, OR May 29 – Ace of Spades – Sacramento, CA May 30 – Teragram Ballroom – Los Angeles, CA May 31 – Fremont Country Club – Las Vegas, NV June 01- Garden Amp – Garden Grove, CA June 02- Crescent Ballroom – Phoenix, AZ June 04- Paper Tiger – San Antonio, TX June 05- Trees – Dallas, TX June 06- Studio at Warehouse Live – Houston, TX June 08- The Orpheum – Tampa, FL June 09- Culture Room – Ft. Lauderdale, FL June 11- Vinyl Music Hall – Pensacola, FL June 12- The Masquerade – Hell – Atlanta, GA June 13- The Basement East – Nashville, TN June 15- The Opera House – Toronto, ON June 16- Bronson Centre Theatre – Ottawa, ON June 17- Fairmount Theatre – Montreal, QC June 19- The Underground – Charlotte, NC
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Prog metal giants Between The Buried And Me remain dedicated to always pushing their craft forward. A new record is not that far off and here is the scoop from this excellent and respected band:Add to My Radar
North Carolina progressive metallers Between The Buried And Me have come into 2018 with a slew of exciting news!
The band has announced a two-part concept album entitled Automata and part one is expected to be released on March 9 via Sumerian Records.
They will embark on a North American headlining tour with The Dear Hunter and Leprous on March 2.
Tommy Giles Rogers, Jr. (Lead Vocals, Keyboards) states: “Every single week music comes and goes. We can get music instantly and with this luxury, the listener has a hard time sitting down with albums and exploring their every twist and turn. Because of this, we have decided to release our new album in two parts. Our music is dense and our albums are very long, so we want to give people two separate moments to dive in this year and explore new music that we’ve put our entire being into. We hope you enjoy the creation as much as we’ve enjoyed the process.”
Ash Avildsen (Sumerian Founder) states: “I first toured with BTBAM in early 2000s when they were on Lifeforce. Since then we remained friends and I have watched their career grow nonstop through eras on Victory and Metal Blade. I am very grateful such a seminal, influential and progressive group of musicians have chosen to partner with Sumerian for their next chapter. It’s days like this that remind me of my roots and excite me about our future.”
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North Carolina metallers Between The Buried and Me are preparing to embark on a tour in support of the tenth anniversary of their album Colors.
The tour will feature The Contortionist, Polyphia, and Toothgrinder as support.
Between The Buried And Me comments:
“‘Colors’ was our statement of rebellion. We were challenging how others identified us in the context of heavy metal, and ultimately we were challenging how we identified ourselves. It was some kind of musical manifesto, in which we found new purpose and direction simply by throwing caution to the wind and purging every ounce of creative energy we had, regardless of how unhinged it may have seemed at the time. Ten years have passed and we are lucky enough to be able to play this album from front to back on stage for our amazing fans. See you all soon!”
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Between the Buried and Me will release their new DVD/Blu-ray, Coma Ecliptic Live, via Metal Blade Records, in association with Good Fight Entertainment. The concert, which features the band performing their latest album, Coma Ecliptic, in its entirety, was filmed live on location October 4th, 2016 at The Observatory North Park in San Diego, CA. For a preview of the release, a live video of “Turn on the Darkness” can now be viewed below.
Bassist Dan Briggs comments: “The genesis of the ‘Coma Ecliptic’ filming was based around capturing the look and feel of the show our lighting director Chris Hill produced for the full album set. It’s such an important record for us and our progression as a band and the visual representation captures the moods of our tragic tale so well. It’s the perfect way to wrap up the last two years we’ve been living with this album day in and day out!”Add to My Radar
Starting at the Starland Ballroom in New Jersey and running forty shows before wrapping up at the Webster Hall in New York.
The tour will be rounded out with support from The Faceless and Good Tiger.
BTBAM are touring in support of their album Coma Ecliptic and August Burns Red are touring in support of their album Found In Far Away Places.
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Between The Buried and me are in a great phase right now, already respected
and with several classics under their belt, more plenty of “prove your mettle”
tours under their belts and a reputation up there with the best. BTBAM, with
Coma Ecliptic, step out of the shadow of Parallax and into their most concise
yet still deftly ambitious work ever. Alaska had heart and showed promise and
other moments like The Great Misdirect (a personal favorite) showed BTBAM were
unafraid to reinvent themselves or push at their corners with a flare akin to
Wilco, Mastodon, Candiria, Radiohead- bands with the hunger. Parallax is a
Crack The Skye or Dark Side of the Moon moment in BTBAM’s history, but not
their last hurrah.
“The Coma Machine” is perhaps my fave statement from the group yet as it is
really air tight even though lengthy and full of movement. Perhaps it is the
Scrooge-like theme of a man looking back on memories within each track, but
entire journey is impossible to miss. If you skip a track, like Cynic’s Kindly
Bent To Free Us, you’ll likely be compelled to go back and hear what you
missed. And with good cause, as “Memory Palace” alone is several awesome movements.
Progressive metal band Between the Buried and Me have premiered an exclusive clip from the “Making of Coma Ecliptic” DVD on Billboard today! In the clip, lead singer Tommy Rogers discusses the concept of the band’s upcoming, highly anticipated, album Coma Ecliptic. Fans can watch the video now HERE!Add to My Radar
Progressive metal band Between the Buried and Me have released a brand new song from their upcoming highly anticipated, seventh full-length album Coma Ecliptic. Fans can listen to “Memory Palace” now by heading to metalblade.com/btbam. The upcoming album is also now available for pre-order with special bundles and packages offered, including: CD, LP, two pre-order exclusive t-shirts, an exclusive hour long behind the scenes making-of DVD, and a “Coma Ecliptic” limited edition 27″x40″ movie poster. Coma Ecliptic will be officially released worldwide on July 7th, 2015. Grandiose, dynamic, heavy, melodic, technically challenging and more, this album delivers.
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In anticipation of Earth Crisis‘ next record THE DISCIPLINE out this year via the good folks at Bullet Tooth , a few of their friends and biggest fans got together to speak about what the band and music means to them. 20 years after their debut album Destroy The Machines was released, Davey Havok (AFI), Andy Hurley (Fall Out Boy), Igor Cavalera (Sepultura), Toby Morse (H2O), Dan Smith (LA Ink), Paul Waggoner (Between The Buried And Me), Peter Young (ALF), and Joel Capolongo (Sea Shepard) discuss those songs, the messages, and the impact Earth Crisis has had on their lives and the straight edge and animal rights movements worldwide. Watch it BELOW.
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Florida death metal mayhem-makers Abiotic have unleashed a new song onto the world.
The song “Cast into the Depths” comes from the bands forthcoming album Casuistry which will be released on April 21 via Metal Blade Records.
In addition to that the band has released a play through of their song “The Absence of Purity” which features a guest solo from Paul Waggoner of Between The Buried and Me.
In April and May Abiotic will be tearing up North America with Boris The Blade and Alterbeast.
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Between the Buried and Me Future Sequence: Live at the Fidelitorium debuts on the Billboard Top Music Video Chart!
Between the Buried and Me‘s first ever blu-ray release, Future Sequence: Live at the Fidelitorium has debuted at #2 on the Billboard Top Music Video chart! The first week success vaulted BTBAM ahead of the likes of Dream Theater and YES on the video chart, further firming the band’s position as one of the world’s top progressive acts. A sample of the video, “Extremophile Elite“, in its 10:03 entirety is available to the public.
“Future Sequence: Live at Fidelitorium” was recorded at Fidelitorium Recordings outside of Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The video was directed and edited by Justin Reich, with director of photography Ismail Abdelkhalek, and audio engineers Jamie King and Kris Hilbert. Audio mixing and mastering was completed by Jamie King. Guest musicians include: Walter Fancourt (tenor saxophone, flute), Julian Hinshaw (Tuba), Will Goodyear (marimba, glockenspiel), Taya Ricker (violin), David Parks (violin), Leigh Dixon (viola), and Socrates Razo (cello). Artwork and layout were completed by Owen Chandler, along with band photos by Chuck Johnson.
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Between the Buried and Me is set to launch their first ever blu-ray release next week via Metal Blade Records worldwide. The video (also available on DVD) features interviews with each band member and a live recording of “The Parallax II: Future Sequence” performed in its entirety. Additionally, both the DVD and blu-ray versions include an audio CD of the performance. To whet the appetite of fans who may be wondering just how the in studio performance with guest musicians looks, “Extremophile Elite” has been released in its entirety HERE.
Future Sequence: Live at Fidelitorium was recorded at Fidelitorium Recordings outside of Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The video was directed and edited by Justin Reich, with director of photography Ismail Abdelkhalek, and audio engineers Jamie King and Kris Hilbert. Audio mixing and mastering was completed by Jamie King. Guest musicians include: Walter Fancourt (tenor saxophone, flute), Julian Hinshaw (Tuba), Will Goodyear (marimba, glockenspiel), Taya Ricker (violin), David Parks (violin), Leigh Dixon (viola), and Socrates Razo (cello). Artwork and layout were completed by Owen Chandler, along with band photos by Chuck Johnson.
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Between the Buried and Me (BTBAM) have launched a brand new video, which was filmed at the Baltimore Soundstage, The Orange Peel in Asheville, NC, and The Cannery Ballroom in Nashville, TN. “Lay Your Ghosts to Rest” was produced, filmed, and directed by Raymond McCrea Jones and Wes Richardson. The video is a surreal look at the band’s live show, and the detailed light show and production that accompanies the aural experience that fans have come to know and love.
Between the Buried and Me previously announced that they will be joining Meshuggah for their 25th anniversary tour across North America. Now, in addition to those shows, BTBAM will be performing a select few headlining shows on their way out to kick off the Meshuggah tour in Los Angeles, CA. Beginning on May 29th, fans will see BTBAM make their way to the west coast with Trioscapes serving as direct support! Trioscapes features BTBAM bassist Dan Briggs and released their debut album on Metal Blade Records last year. The band also features Walter Fancourt (saxophone) and Matt Lynch (drums).
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The gnarliest punk album of the year just dropped. Love Is A Lie, Filth Is Eternal from Filth Is Eternal (formerly F'd and B'd) reminds us that there was a time when Seattle bands were considered dangerous, when Mudhoney might jump on your face and half the roster of Sub Pop didn't look like even Starbucks wasn't gentrified enough for their tepid, pale faced indie rock bullshit. Filth Is Eternal plays an explosive blend of go for the throat, not a moment wasted punk n' roll married to Sonic Youth flirting dissonance and with tones ugly enough to make Fudge Tunnel blush and The Bronx seem like Captain & Tennille. Fronted by an actual snarling wild animal over some of the best riffs and beats you have ever heard. This record reminds me of a show I played in 1997 with my old band Fuse where I got wasted on unclean tapline Rolling Rocks and bottom shelf whiskey after getting a tattoo and ended up rolling on a country bar floor half nude and bleeding and smearing black grime and tattoo inky residue and blood everywhere, waking up the next day feeling kind of aroused and ready to fight literally anything but also half dead. Sirhan Sirhan is gonna get out of jail and be all stoked to enter polite society and this shit will play and it will retrigger a hypnotic trance and make dude go all Winter Soldier on some dudes. If your band doesn't bang as hard as the ending of "The Dog", just quit now.