Between The Buried And Me will release their new and highly anticipated new record Coma Ecliptic on Friday, but you can hear the whole thing right now! The album is some of my favorite work by the band and I hope I’m not the only one feeling that way. BTBAM always produce choice material and if you want to see if Coma Ecliptic is up your alley, check out the stream below. Continue reading
Annnd, BTBAM is a spectacular way to kick off a Thursday morning, is it not? The band never disappoints and I honestly don’t think they will start to disappoint on their upcoming album Coma Ecliptic. From what I have heard, the album is going to completely blow minds. If you want me to prove it to you, check out a stream of BTBAM‘s newest track “Famine Wolf.” It’s a kick in the ass. Enjoy. Continue reading
Well, I am excite. Between The Buried And Me have released a new song off of their upcoming Coma Ecliptic! The track is titled “The Coma Machine” and it comes along with it’s own nine-minute music video! The video is actually really cool and it’ll hold you attention throughout. The song is great. It’s BTBAM. I mean, did you expect to be disappointed? Check out the video/song after the jump. Continue reading
Between the Buried and Me have unleashed the first taste of their upcoming, highly-anticipated seventh full-length album, Coma Ecliptic. The new track is the nearly 10-minute “Memory Palace”, which pushes group’s affinity for progressive opuses and eccentricity even further. Hardcore fans of the band will be thoroughly pleased with this psyched-out behemoth. You can stream the track and pre-order the record at this location.
Coma Ecliptic will be released on July 7 via Metal Blade.
Between The Buried And Me‘s Tommy Rogers AKA Thomas Giles will release his new solo record Modern Noise next week and if you’re aching for some of his weird solo madness, then you can now hear a new track titled “We Wander Lonely.” Now, this isn’t exactly my taste, but it’s interesting. Check out the track after the jump, courtesy of Absolute Punk. Continue reading
Fear Before appear to be ending their hiatus according to a recent Facebook update. The band, whom announced their hiatus back in 2010, posted a short video depicting vocalist David Marion recording vocals. The clip can be seen here.
Fear Before released their last full length album, Fear Before, back in 2008. Guitarist and vocalist Adam Fisher is still working with his side-project Orbs (Between the Buried and Me, etc), whom will be releasing a a new 7″ this month and a new full length next year.
Progressive rock outfit Orbs (Between the Buried and Me, Fear Before, Abigail Williams, etc) will release a new 7″ and have announced the forthcoming release of their sophomore full length record. The new 7″, which was produced by Ken Andrews of Failure, will be entitled These People Are Animals and will be available later this month. The band’s new full length and follow up to their 2010 debut, Asleep Next to Science, will be entitled Past Life Regression and will be released sometime next year.
In the meantime, check out “A Man of Science” from Asleep Next to Science below.
Instrumental experimental jazz outfit Trioscapes (Between the Buried and Me, etc) have debuted a new track from their forthcoming album, Digital Dream Sequence. The new track is the frantic “Stab Wounds” whose complex, John Zorn inspired instrumentation is sure to incite a hallucinatory response in some listeners. You can check out the track after the break.
Digital Dream Sequence will be released on August 19th via Metal Blade. Pre-orders can be placed here.
Between the Buried and Me have released an official video for their track “Lay Your Ghosts to Rest” from their most recent effort, The Parallax II: Future Sequence. The footage for the live video was captured during their Baltimore and Asheville, North Carolina, and Nashville shows by Raymond McCrea Jones and Wes Richardson. You can watch the clip after the break.
Be sure to catch the band on tour with Meshuggah and Trioscapes this Spring/Summer. You can check out those dates after the break as well.
A new in-studio live performance DVD of The Parallax II will be available later this year.
Between The Buried And Me are no strangers to the touring circuit but this round will be a pretty damn interesting tour. BTBAM will be hitting the road in February alongside Deafheaven, Intronaut and The Kindred. This is sure to be a diverse and destructive tour that you need to get to if you’re around one of the stops. Check out the full poster and dates after the jump. Continue reading
The jazz-tastic prog-nerds in Trioscapes (Between the Buried and Me, etc) have announced their plans for a new album. The band will reportedly begin work on the follow up to their debut album Separate Realities in August. The band will also be doing some touring around the same time as well. To get a taste of what’s to come, stream their track “Blast Off” after the jump.
Between the Buried and Me have announced a new string of North American tour dates this Fall with The Faceless, The Contortionist, and The Safety Fire. Between the Buried and Me will reportedly be performing their Parallax Saga, which includes the Hypersleep Dialogues and Future Sequence, in full in front of all your hungry eyes. Tickets for the new tour are available exclusively through Showstubs, which include a variety of special bundles for the extreme BTBAM fan. Check out the full touring schedule below.
Between the Buried and Me frontman Tommy Rogers went to the internet today to announce some new projects he’s involved in. Tommy is currently working on the follow up to 2011’s Pulse (under the name Thomas Giles), which he hopes to have finished by the end of the year. He also teased some “exciting touring news”, announced he was working on a score for an indie film entitled Dutch Book, and contributing vocals to The Safety Fire’s upcoming album. You can read his entire statement after the jump.
I can’t believe I missed this but apparently Freya (Earth Crisis, etc) will be releasing a new album at some point this year. The band’s fourth full length record will be entitled Paragon of the Crucible and is currently being prepared for a U.S. release through Holy Mountain Printing and overseas through Deadlight Entertainment. Freya recently released the official cover art for the record which can be viewed above, obviously. Pretty epic isn’t? Freya’s Bandcamp page has two tracks from the upcoming available for streaming right now. The tracks in question are the title track and “Serpentine”, which features a guest guitar solo from Paul Waggoner of Between the Buried and Me. Feel free to stream those tracks directly below.
During the months of June and July, Europe will belong to progressive metallers Between the Buried and Me. The band have booked a fairly extensive tour that commence on June 14th in Copenhagen, Denmark and then spread like a cancer through a good portion of Europe. Below are the scheduled dates. Be there or be square.