Between The Buried And Me
From: Raleigh, NC, United States
Last Known Status: Active
Between the Buried and Me is an American heavy metal band from Raleigh, North Carolina.
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A look at the spectral decoder based interactive packaging for the forthcoming 2-CD/1-DVD “The Best Of Between The Buried And Me” set can be found below. The 3-disc release will hit store shelves on March 29, 2011 through Victory Records. As previously reported, the bands new outing “The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues” will be in stores on April 12th through Metal Blade.
American progressive death metal act Between The Buried And Me has posted a 6 minute song sample online taken from its forthcoming album "The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues." The sample has been made available for the track "Specular Reflection" and can be streamed in the player below. "The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues" is set for release on April 12, 2011 through the band's new label home Metal Blade Records. The tracklisting for the effort is as follows:
1. Specular Reflection
2. Augment Of Rebirth
3. Lunar Wilderness
North Carolina progressive rock/metal band Between the Buried and Me has inked a worldwide recording deal with Metal Blade Records. The quintet will kick off the partnership with the April release of the new album "The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues."
"We are delighted in the opportunity to join the Metal Blade family," commented Between the Buried and Me guitarist Paul Waggoner. "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.'"
The band also recently announced that a "best of" album is in the works.
The Grammys have been awarded, February is winding down, and we are officially late with our Best Of Year in Metal acknowledgments. So let's get to it. Like every year, I polled our diverse staff of metalheads to obtain their picks in several categories for 2010.
2010 was an interesting year in metal. Was it good? Yes. But not what one might expect at the outset. There were a lot of releases by big names, but most did not make the splash one would expect. Iron Maiden, Rob Zombie, Fear Factory, Dimmu Borgir, Dark Tranquility, and Living Sacrifice all put out decent albums, but nothing too bold or worth raving over. 2010 was one more year removed from the fading metalcore trend; a year in which we could savor thrash's second life, and melodic death metal is still living strong. When the trendiest things are a return to thrash and technical metal (despite losing much of its death metal influences), that's not too bad from a metal perspective.
It's hard to say 2010 was a year for the underground to shine. The true underground bands rarely get widely noticed. But there were quite a few lesser known bands making names for themselves and grabbing their fair share of attention last year. Why is this? Is it a sign of a changing of the guard in light of the aging greats, and perhaps despite the thrash revival? It's hard to say, but personally, I discovered a lot of new bands that I thoroughly enjoy, so I am all for continuing along this path.
Let's get down to the details and talk about those bands that made 2010 a solid year for heavy metal by announcing the Metalunderground.com staff picks for 2010. The staff picks include the following categories: Best Metal Album of 2010, Best Metal DVD of 2010, Best Metal Newcomer of 2010, Best Live Act of 2010, and Most Anticipated Release for 2011. More...
Between The Buried And Me has announced that the band will be releasing a compilation album on March 29th entitled, "The Best Of Between The Buried And Me." The record will contain twenty songs spanning the group's entire career, including five bonus tracks which have never before been released on CD.
The album will also include a bonus DVD, which will feature several music videos as well as hidden content. More details will be revealed as soon as they become available. Between the Buried and Me was also recently announced the best live act of 2010 in Metalunderground.com's yearly staff picks.
American progressive metal act Between the Buried and Me has revealed the dates for its forthcoming headline tour of North America. Support on the trek will come from label mates Job For A Cowboy and The Ocean. Between the Buried and Me will be touring in support of its forthcoming album "The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues" which is due for release through Metal Blade Records on April 12th, 2011. You can view the full list of dates, cities and venues below:
04/15 Farmingdale, NY – The Crazy Donkey
04/16 Worcester, MA – The Palladium (New England Metal And Hardcore Festival)
04/17 Lancaster, PA – Chameleon Club
04/18 Pittsburgh, PA – Altar Bar
04/19 Williamsville, NY – Club Infinity
04/20 Montreal, QC – Le National
04/21 Toronto, ON – Opera House
04/22 Toledo, OH – Headliners
04/23 Pontiac, MI – The Crofoot Ballroom
04/25 Milwaukee, WI – Eagles Ballroom
04/26 Lawrence, KS – Granada
04/27 Denver, CO – Summit Music Hall
04/29 Vancouver, BC – Rickshaw Theatre
04/30 Seattle, WA – El Corazon
05/01 Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theatre
05/03 Sacramento, CA – Ace of Spades
05/04 San Francisco, CA – Slim’s
05/05 Pomona, CA – Glasshouse Music Hall
05/06 San Diego, CA – Soma
05/07 Mesa, AZ – Nile Theatre
05/09 Dallas, TX – The Door
05/10 Tulsa, OK – The Marquee
05/11 Memphis, TN – New Daisy Theatre
05/12 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
05/13 Nashville, TN – Rockettown
05/14 Asheville, NC – The Orange Peel
Metal Blade Records has revealed that Between The Buried and Me's new album will be titled "The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues." The album is due out on April 12th, 2011. Check out a teaser below:
Between the Buried nnd Me Vocalist Tommy Rogers/Thomas Giles has revealed the dates for his forthcoming solo tour in support of his newly released studio album, "Pulse." Support on the mini-tour will come from Steven Brodsky of Cave In as well as Braveyoung. You can view the dates below.
Mar. 30 - Charlotte, NC - Casbah @ Tremont Music Hall
Mar. 31 - Norfolk, VA - Jewish Mother
Apr. 01 - Philadelphia, PA - North Star Bar
Apr. 02 - New York, NY - Santos Party House
Apr. 03 - Providence, RI - The Met
Times Of Grace, the new project between Killswitch Engage guitarist Adam D and former Killswitch Engage vocalist Jesse Leach, has annnounced that it will be appearing at the forthcoming edition of the New England Metal And Hardcore festival which is set to take place between April 14th, 15th and 16th, 2011. Other bands that were added include Terror, Winds of Plague and Blood For Blood. You can check out the full festival lineup below:
Thursday, April 14:
OUR LAST NIGHT
STRAY FROM THE PATH
ARSONIST GET ALL THE GIRLS
A BULLET FOR PRETTY BOY
ARMOR FOR THE BROKEN
THIS OR THE APOCALYPSE
I, THE BREATHER
ACROSS THE SUN
TOO LATE THE HERO
A PLEA FOR PURGING
THE CRIMSON ARMADA
AN EARLY ENDING
Friday, April 15:
BLOOD FOR BLOOD
BURY YOUR DEAD
WINDS OF PLAGUE
THY WILL BE DONE
THIS IS HELL
MURDER DEATH KILL
STICK TO YOUR GUNS
TRAPPED UNDER ICE
CLOSE YOUR EYES
THE WORLD WE KNEW
THE GREAT COMMISSION
The full list of bands and dates for which they will appear has been announced for the forthcoming New England Metal And Hardcore Festival. The 2011 edition of the event is set to take place between Thursday April 14, Friday April 15, and Saturday April 16 at the Palladium in Worcester, Massachussets. The festival lineup is as follows:
Thursday, April 14:
OUR LAST NIGHT
STRAY FROM THE PATH
ARSONISTS GET ALL THE GIRLS
BULLET FOR PRETTY BOY
ARMOR FOR THE BROKEN
THIS OR THE APOCALYPSE
I THE BREATHER
ACROSS THE SUN
TOO LATE THE HERO
A PLEA FOR PURGING
THE CRIMSON ARMADA
Thomas Giles Rogers, vocalist and keyboardist for progressive death metallers Between the Buried and Me, has posted his new music video online. The video, courtesy of PopMatters, was filmed for the track "Sleep Shake" which is taken from Thomas Giles' forthcoming solo album "Pulse." "Pulse" is set for release on February 1st, 2011 through Metal Blade Records. You can view the video below:
Thomas Giles Rogers, vocalist and keyboardist of Between the Buried and Me, has posted a new song online taken from his forthcoming solo album "Pulse." "Pulse" is set for release on February 1st, 2011 through Metal Blade Records. Thomas Giles self-produced the record, which was recorded with Jamie King at The Basement Studios in Winston-Salem, NC. You can stream the song "Hypoxia" below:
Tommy Rogers, vocalist of the progressive death metal act Between the Buried and Me, has posted bootleg footage online from his recent appearance joining Washington grind act Owen Hart on stage for a special Pantera covers set. The setlist included the following tracks:
1. Mouth For War
3. Fucking Hostile
4. The Great Southern Trendkill/I’m Broken
American progressive metal act Between The Buried And Me has posted some new video footage online taken from its recent stint in the recoding studio. The band is currently finishing up the recording for its forthcoming, as-yet-untitled EP. You can view the video footage below:
Blame it on the liquored egg nog or a simple exuberance to finally tear open those beautiful packages under the tree, but somehow we didn't get up the list of new Rock Band Network metal songs last Friday. Just because it isn't the weekend doesn't mean you can't pull down the plastic guitars and get a-rocking, though, as this week sees quite a few new metal entries to the game.
The Xbox 360 version has been taken over by the likes of Dimmu Borgir, Arkaea, Battlesoul, Heaven Shall Burn, and Deadlock. On December 28th the PS3 version of Rock Band gets more Suicide Silence, All That Remains, and Between the Buried and Me. Continuing to beef up its metal selection, the Wii edition gets IWrestledABearOnce, Demon Hunter, and Asking Alexandria on January 4th.
The newly added Xbox 360 tracks, including all the non-metal songs, are as follows:
Arkaea - "Gone Tomorrow"
Battlesoul - "Battlesoul"
Big Engine - "Party Like a Rock Star"
Blanks. - "Lodger"
Blanks. - "Pouncer"
Blanks. - "(Lone Wolf) Soccer Mom"
Daas Bosh - "Eternal Divine Angel Death"
Deadlock - "The Brave / Agony Applause"
Dimmu Borgir - "The Serpentine Offering"
Dirty Filthy Mugs - "Another Round"
Faithful Darkness - "Stay Awake"
FeelAbouT - "Stop"
Freen In Green - "Iceblind"
Garage A Trois - "Power Patriot"
Graveyard BBQ - "The Clothes That Makes the Man"
Heaven Shall Burn - "The Omen"
Incordiales - "No Pertenezco"
John Garrison - "Lost"
Kirby Krackle - "Vault 101"
Lee DeWyze - "Princess (Reprise)"
Miss May I - "Relentless Chaos"
Octavio Sune - "Esto ya lo Toque Manana"
Raging Meats - "Splosion Man Theme Song"
She Bears - "What Morning Brings"
The Taj Motel Trio - "OaOaO"
Wretched - "Cimmerian Shamballa" More...
Thomas Giles Rogers, vocalist and keyboardist of Between the Buried and Me, has revealed the tracklisting for his forthcoming solo album "Pulse." "Pulse" is set for release on February 1st, 2011 through Metal Blade Records. Thomas Giles self-produced the record, which was recorded with Jamie King at The Basement Studios in Winston-Salem, NC.
Here is the "Pulse" tracklisting:
1. Sleep Shake
2. Reverb Island
4. Catch & Release
5. Hamilton Anxiety Scale
7. Reject Falicon
9. Suspend the Death Watch
10. Armchair Travel
Thomas Giles Rogers, vocalist and keyboardist of Between the Buried and Me, is set to release his debut solo album "Pulse" on February 1st, 2011 through Metal Blade Records. Thomas Giles self-produced the record, which was recorded with Jamie King at The Basement Studios in Winston-Salem, NC.
"Creating this album was a very unique experience for me," comments Rogers. "I honestly never thought I would get a lot of this music recorded. This record was a way for me to step back, focus on simplified song structures and really build off of melodies. Even though I love fucking my throat up by screaming, it was very nice to sit back and chill out a bit. I named the record 'Pulse' because it is a collection of thoughts and experiences I've had through the years. It's a very personal record and I hope the songs help people evaluate their lives and make the best of their time here. Find your pulse.
"I hope everyone enjoys this record, as I feel there is something for everyone on it. And don't you all worry; BTBAM is writing new material as I type. We have a very busy year 2011 planned which includes lots of new music and touring. Stay tuned."
Between the Buried and Me has uploaded a short video clip online chronicling the band's time in the studio recording new material. The footage can be viewed below.
The weekend has officially hit again, and Rock Band is ready to jam out when you are. This week's metal additions to the Xbox 360 version of the Rock Band Network are a little sparse, with new songs from In This Moment and Firewind. The Wii edition is playing metal catch-up, with songs from Five Finger Death Punch and Between the Buried and Me showing up on September 14th. The complete list of new songs added to the Rock Band Network, including all the non-metal songs, is as follows:
New to RBN on Xbox 360 in the past week:
Rhune Kincaid - "iPhone"
The New Pornographers - "Your Hands (Together)"
Brownies - "Fool"
Hilit Rosental and Corbomite Games - "The Pizza Morgana Song"
Sophie B. Hawkins - "Beautiful Girl"
Teenage Bottlerocket - "Skate or Die"
Kirby Krackle - "Ring Capacity"
Blackberry River Band - "I've Got a Feeling"
The Knew - "United"
The Fury - "Picture Perfect"
Kramus - "Down Below"
In This Moment - "The Gun Show"
Modern Skirts - "Bridges and Overpasses"
22-20s - "Latest Heartbreak"
Firewind - "World on Fire"
Terrorhorse - "Modern Mathematics" More...
I recently got out to see the Cool Tour in Baltimore for a much-needed break. Featuring eight bands from every corner of the metalcore genre, one might be surprised to hear that this is the new tour by some of the Sounds of the Underground organizers, in it first year of the planned annual outing.
Let’s get one thing out of the way right away: With a name like “The Cool Tour” and a lineup full of metalcore bands, one might expect a bunch of straight/floppy haired teens in girl jeans as the audience. Luckily this was not the case, but it was clear that this tour is marketed to the younger and more trendy crowd. This was not your typical metal crowd, as short hair was the order of the day, but it was not what I expected either. While the name and first impressions might actually be a turn off to older and “true” metalheads, a closer look at the lineup reveals a few good reasons to check it out. I realized that if nothing else, headliners As I Lay Dying would put on a great show, and I also wanted to check out the much-hyped Between The Buried and Me as well as highly underrated Cancer Bats. If you are one who hates all things ‘core, don’t bother, however.
This was my second show at Sonar, and my impression of the venue since the first time was much improved. It seemed more organized and the security and staff were extremely helpful, the latter putting up with bands’ verbal jabs at them looking bored while encouraging the crowd to crowd surf to give them something to do.
While the entire venue was in use, the bands played only the main stage. Fortunately they had the process of switching bands down to a science and there was only a 10 to 15 minute gap between bands’ 30 minute sets for the most part.
Note: with a only passing familiarity with many of the bands, I am not able to name many songs or give set lists for this tour, even for the bands whose CDs I own. But read on for my account of the concert. More...