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Periphery Comments On "Make Total Destroy"

Periphery has been posting a track-by-track breakdown for each song on new album "Periphery II," and the band has now reached 9th track "Make Total Destroy." Periphery's Misha Mansoor comments:

"My parents are originally from Mauritius, and after my Dad retired a few years ago they decided to move back to Mauritius. Every year or two (depending on my schedule), I go there for vacation, usually in the winter. My creativity unfortunately seems to be very weather dependent, meaning that in the Winter when the weather blows, I find myself writing little to nothing. Since Mauritius is in the southern hemisphere and is a tropical island, the weather is incredible there, and when I go there in the Winter I usually end up writing a bit. I wrote Zyglrox and Totla Mad during one stay. I wrote the demos for Unleash The Pwnies, Chocolate Flobs (for you Soundclick fans!) and the demos for Make Total Destroy and what eventually became Masamune there in another stay. I had been jamming on my 7 string a lot while watching tv, and ended up just tapping a lot of octaves around the fretboard, and ended up writing the song's first riff, and when I sat down to record, a few more ideas came out but I knew it wasn't complete. We knew the song had potential, so again while on a "writing retreat" at my place, Mark and I wrote some sections to help the new arrangement flow to accommodate Spencer's awesome vocal ideas. By the time this song was completed, I knew we had something very special. We ended up making this song the first single because it really seemed to showcase and almost summarize the overall feel and vibes of the album better than any other song. It doesn't hurt that it is a pretty high energy song and really fun to play live too."

Mark Holcomb also added, "Although most of this song was already written as a demo on Misha's SoundClick, he, Jake and I holed up (huh huh) for a couple days writing and adding sections to partially-imagined song ideas like this (Luck As a Constant, being another example of that). I wrote that fast thrashy riff in the middle, while Misha wrote the tapping tail end of it as well as the groove riff that follows it. We made some other changes to the arrangement to better suit the vocal ideas that Spencer had written, and it ended up turning into a far more complete song in the end." More...

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Periphery Posts Track-By-Track Breakdown

Periphery has been releasing a new track-by-track breakdown every day for the new album "Periphery II." Periphery's Jake Bowen has now issued the following explanation of the song "The Gods Must Be Crazy:"

"Back when we were discussing the possibility of Mark joining Periphery, I was really trying to get a feel for his style of riffing and the result was The Gods Must Be Crazy! Misha came up with the opening riff and it starts off with a bang sounding like Opeth on steroids. As for the verse riffs, it's basically chaining together a lot of chord shapes and arpeggios rapidly to make this complete idea. I was really happy with how Spencer handled the chorus, the melody always sticks with me."

Misha Mansoor also commented, "Sometimes I have what I like to call 'retreats' where I'll have a few members stay at my place for a few days, and we just write as much as we can in that time. It has always been a successful way to bring riffs to life because we can just focus on writing and nothing else. This song was a retreat song.

"As Jake mentioned, we were definitely going for a Mark kinda vibe on this song. It's interesting because a lot of people think that Mark wrote this song, but it was based off of Jake's riffs actually! I am so lucky to have two guitarists in my band who have very specific 'voices' that I absolutely love, and they definitely influence and inspire me. Mark has such a unique approach to the guitar that i would just describe as playful and colorful, so that was definitely the feel that Jake and I were going for on this song. I vibed off of his riffs and just wrote parts that i felt would help the arrangement flow nicely and fluidly. When the verse riff comes back, I thought it would be fun to switch between straight and triplet feel on the drums, and Matt really brought that idea to life, that plus the short but ever so sweet solo Jake wrote makes that one of my favorite moments of this album. This song was a bit different from our usual fare, and I didn't really know how appropriate it would be for the album until Spencer wrote his vocal lines for it. Once I heard his ideas, I went from liking the song to loving it and that chorus line he wrote would get stuck in my head before he even finalized the full melody or lyrics. This is just a good example of a song that started out decent, and just got better and better with everyone's input!" More...

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Periphery Explains "Ragnarok" Track

Periphery is continuing to post a new detailed breakdown of each track from new album "Periphery II." Misha Mansoor had this to say about the song "Ragnarok:"

"This is the second part of the Trilogy, and is therefore placed around the middle of the album. I was futzing around with a variation on the Totla Mad tuning (BbGDFAD) where you maintain the note relationship on the bottom two strings but on a 7 string, so with our 7s being a half step down, this also brings the low note to F#. The ideas I had for this song didn't require an 8 string, so I figure I would just downtune from our regular tuning and mess around with that. The first riff is that typical Meshuggah style groove, but with a strange motif over the top. That motif comes back at the end of the song as a more grounded version, and at a slower tempo.

"I wanted this song to have a bit more of an evil vibe but I still wanted it to groove, and I remember attempting to channel a bit of Mussorgsky's Night on Bald Mountain (you know the song, Youtube it) or something dark like that. Eventually the song makes it to a prettier and more epic section which is referencing the first riff in Muramasa in feel, but with a different progression and tempo, and it also gets linked back lyrically. When I originally demoed this song, I wanted a sort of Jekyll/Hyde moment, except in this song it is reversed (Evil to good). Masamune is the other Jekyll/Hyde song but that one is the correct way round.

"Jake wrote the interlude at the end of the song as a nod to a motif in one of our favorite sections in the last album's epic closer 'Racecar.' I have seen both Dream Theater and Devin Townsend reference songs/motifs across albums, and Jake and I love that kinda stuff, so we thought it would be a fun little easter egg as well as a cool way to revisit that theme with a twist." More...

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Periphery Explains "Luck As A Constant"

Every day Periphery has been posting a new detailed breakdown of each track off the band's new album "Periphery II." Misha Mansoor had this to say about the song "Luck As A Constant:"

"This song started out with a set of clean riffs that I had been jamming around with on a Line 6 DL4. I was using the looping function to create clean layers, and you can also have delay going on the patch you are playing, so I was messing with these riffs that used the delay patterns as a rhythm to fill in the gaps, and layering them till I got something pretty. I had also been messing around with the first riff and realized that one led nicely into another I invited Jake over one day and we tracked the basic idea of the song which you can find on my Soundclick page.

"Jake had some riffs that he had been sitting on that just worked so well with the vibe of my riffs, you gotta love days like those! The first heavy riff is a riff that really uses 3 guitars to their full potential, because there are 3 lines that are either harmonizing or providing counterpoint at most times and it gives the riff a real wall of sound, where it may even be tough to discern which guitar is playing exactly what, but I just thought it had such a cool and rather unique sound, and the harmonies/counterpoint to the riff i had originally written came surprisingly fast. The demo ends with the clean riff from the beginning coming back a little differently, and I had a general idea of what I wanted the song to do, but I just never got around to it, and I kinda left the song alone for a while.

"When we were doing preproduction for the album, the original plan had been to do enough repeats for a vocal line and then to go into a lead that would end the song. I told that he should write the solo for that section, but for some reason I ended up jamming over the riff and coming up with a solo that I was very happy with (which is so rare) so we decided to extend the ending section, and Jake and I could trade off solos. The vocals actually came together on this very song at the end of the recording process, and I didn't hear them until the album was actually getting mixed, but I think Spencer really brought this song to life with his vocals, and the end section of the song is probably one of my favorite vocal lines that he has written, I couldn't imagine a better line over that part! The title of the song refers to the fact that I consider luck to be a very big part of my writing process, and how I almost rely on luck as a constant in my writing process rather than treating it as the variable that it truly is." More...

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Periphery Posts New Track Explanation

Continuing the track by track breakdown of new album "Periphery II," Periphery's Misha Mansoor has issued the following explanation of the song "Scarlet:"

"As a lot of you may already know, this was originally a Haunted Shores demo. Haunted Shores is a project that Mark and I were working on before he joined Periphery, and we had demoed a handful of songs. This one was a bit different in vibe from the usual fare and I think it stemmed from the tuning I showed Mark which is an open tuning of some kind (I don't know the name or notes sadly, only how it sounds).

"Mark had written the first riff of the song and I knew we had something special, we were going for 'ear candy,' just something that sounded beautiful, but still had interesting riffs rather than just being straight power chords the whole time. Mark and I managed to write that song pretty fast actually, we were just constantly bouncing ideas off of each other. Sometimes you get lucky, and songs seem to just come together before your very eyes. Haunted shores was supposed to have guest vocalists only, so Spencer demoed some vocals out on it to see what would come of it, and Mark and I absolutely loved what he wrote.

"When Mark joined Periphery, we realized that not only was this song written by 3/5ths of Periphery members (which is more than can be said for most Periphery songs) but that it really fit the vibe of what we wanted for this album and in general. This song is also really cool, because it just screams Mark Holcomb from beginning to end. Even the riffs that I wrote were just reactions to his riffs and I was trying my best to write in his style, so those definitely sound like Mark as well. Matt also ran with whatever he could on this song. In my opinion, he has this gift of being able to spice things up without it seeming like he is overplaying or deliberately trying to show off, and the drums went from just "holding things down" on the demo to driving things forward on the album version. This song will likely be the second Single that we put out in support of the new album." More...

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Periphery Continues Track Breakdown Of New Album

Periphery recently released the new album "Periphery II," and guitarist Misha Mansoor has been posting a series of breakdowns for each track. You can read the previous explanation of "Have A Blast" here, and Misha had this to say about the song "Ji:"

"I have owned 8 strings for a while now, but I have found it hard to write with them for 2 reasons. One, it's pretty hard to escape the Nothing era Meshuggah sound, because that is what that range is offering you, and those notes are so low that you can't move around too much, or it all gets lost. Two, I just couldn't figure out a tuning that was inspiring and that would also work well given that anything below an F# is really pushing what you can hear on the bass if you want to maintain the octave relationship of the guitar and bass.

"Funny enough, it was tuning my 8 string to standard that opened up a world for me given that most of the time I'm in dropped tuning. The first few riffs of this song just came out of nowhere while i was watching TV and jamming, and the chorus was a rather strange progression but it worked in an Extolish kind of way. Thinking back, I remember thinking that Spencer was going to have to do something interesting over that chorus because it just didn't sound like it was going to end up being very melodic, at least not in a traditional sense. In actuality, he ended up writing one of my favorite choruses of the album over that section, and it ended up being surprisingly catchy.

"Following that section, I wanted to try something a bit different, I wanted something where the bass would be carrying the rhythm and melody, and the 3 guitars could focus on pretty clean layers and outlining chords that fit the mood I wanted, and ended up with a rather interesting progression. After demoing the song, I told Mark I wanted that section to repeat, but with a rhythm line that kinda just went off, almost like a 'rhythm solo,' and boy did he go to town on that!

"That whole middle section only got better with Spencer's vocal ideas, and I think that is personally one of my favorite moments on the new album, and it covers some ground that Periphery hadn't previously explored. I also think that writing this song opened up a lot of ideas on how an 8 string can be effectively used in a way that a downtuned 6 or 7 string cannot, and I am extremely happy with how this song came out. On a lot of days, it is my personal favorite from this album." More...

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Periphery Explains "Have A Blast" Track

After previously explaining the song "Muramasa," Periphery has now posted the track "Have a Blast" online along with the following breakdown of the song:

"This song was something that I had been sitting on for a while before even demoing it. I had been jamming on the riffs for a while, but sometimes I get worried when I track something for the first time because if the ideas don't inspire enough other riffs/ideas, then the song usually ends up being an incomplete demo that kinda just sits there for a while. I was going for something playful and fun with the riffs i wrote, and it seemed to be developing a very 'video-gamey' sound which I am a fan of, so I ran with that kind of feel for the riffs. I was really happy with the 2 or so minutes that I demoed, but I had no idea where the song should go next, and as a result the song sat there for a little while.

"When we were writing/demoing songs to rework for the album, this one came up, and I invited Jake and Mark to come over to help me work on it and complete it. Mark wrote some riffs which really jumpstarted the song back to life, and we spent some time on the arrangement making sure it would be just right. Thanks to Jan at our management, we managed to get the legendary Guthrie Govan to agree to a guest solo, and the section near the end of the song seemed perfect for his style. When I heard his solo for the first time over the song, I was so giddy, I couldn't wipe the smile off of my face!

"All in all, this track ended up being one of my personal favorites from the album, and we decided that with it's quirky violin intro, it could be a really different way to officially start off the album, because we considered Muramasa to really be more of an intro to ramp things up rather than the first actual song." More...

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Periphery Streaming "Muramasa" Online

Periphery has posted the song "Muramasa" online, which comes off the band's new album "Periphery II" and can be heard in the player below. Periphery's Misha Mansoor also commented on the track:

"This song is the first part of the 'Trilogy' on the album (Muramasa, Ragnarok, Masamune) and shares music, lyrics and themes with the other two songs.

"It was originally demoed a few years back and it was supposed to be a live intro that we were going to play when opening up with Zyglrox which is in a pretty specific tuning (AGCFAD) so this song is also in that tuning. That idea fell through, and the song was forgotten about.

"When we were putting the 'Trilogy' together, we were listening to old demos that we hadn't heard in a while and this popped up. Listening to it then, it hit us all that this song absolutely had to open the album, and that we had something very special and a little different from our usual fare." More...

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Periphery Posts New Music Video

Periphery has released a new music video for "Make Total Destroy," which is taken from the new album "Periphery II." You can check out the clip below, and the band also commented:

"Ladies and gentlemen, our new music video for 'MAKE TOTAL DESTROY' is up streaming on Metal Hammer UK - go give it a gander and share it around! Special thanks to the evil genius Wes Richardson and Justin Reich for making such a sick video!"

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Periphery Streams New Track "Scarlet"

Periphery is streaming the new song "Scarlet." The track appears on the new album, "Periphery II," which is set for release on July 3, 2012 through Sumerian Records. Samples from the entire release can be heard at Amazon.com.

Periphery is scheduled to perform on the Summer Slaughter starting July 20, 2012. For more information, head over to this location.

The track listing for "Periphery II" is as follows:

1. Muramasa
2. Have a Blast - Guthrie Govan guest solo
3. Facepalm Mute
4. Ji
5. Scarlet
6. Luck as a Constant
7. Ragnarok
8. The Gods Must Be Crazy!
9. Make Total Destroy (streaming over at this location)
10. Erised (Feat. John Petrucci Guest Solo)
11. Epoch
12. Froggin' Bullfish
13. Mile Zero (Feat. Wes Hauch Guest Solo)
14. Masamune

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Between The Buried And Me Adds U.K. Tour Dates

Between the Buried and Me will return to Europe in October 2012 in support of the band's new, yet untitled longplayer. Support comes from Periphery and The Safety Fire. U.K. dates have been added to the tour and Periphery is now officially confirmed for the show in Antwerp.

Comments BTBAM bassist Dan Briggs: "I'm excited Europe wants to have us again! On this tour we'll celebrate the release of our new album, so you'll be some of the first to hear new songs…if we can actually play them by then!"

01/10/12 – UK – Reading – Sub 89
02/10/12 – UK – Wolverhampton – Slade Rooms
03/10/12 – UK – Glasgow – The Garage
04/10/12 – UK – Newcastle – 02 Academy 2
05/10/12 – UK – Manchester – Club Academy
06/10/12 – UK – Leeds – Cockpit
07/10/12 – UK – Bristol – 02 Academy
08/10/12 – UK – Southampton – The Broo
10/10/12 – BE – Antwerp – Trix
11/10/12 – NL – Amsterdam – Melkweg
12/10/12 – DE – Köln – Luxor
13/10/12 – DE – Münster – Sputnikhalle
14/10/12 – DK – Copenhagen – Vega
16/10/12 – SE – Stockholm – Debaser Slussen
17/10/12 – SE – Gothenburg – Sticky Fingers
18/10/12 – DE – Hamburg - Logo
19/10/12 – DE – Berlin – Lido
20/10/12 – CZ – Prague – Rock Café
22/10/12 – SK – Bratislava – Randall Club
23/10/12 – HU – Budapest – Dürer Kert
24/10/12 – AT – Wien – Szene
25/10/12 – DE – München - Backstage
27/10/12 – IT – Novara – Rock´n´Roll Arena
28/10/12 – CH – Zürich – Dynamo
29/10/12 – DE – Stuttgart – Universum
30/10/12 – DE – Frankfurt – Batschkapp
31/10/12 – FR – Paris – La Maroquinerie
02/11/12 – UK – London – Shepherds Bush Empire

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Bands Talk Best/Worst Stage Moves

Everybody has stage moves, but does that mean they are good? As part of Metal Injection's ongoing "Ask The Artist" series, the question of best and worst stage moves was posted to members of Dragonforce, Black Dahlia Murder, All Shall Perish, Fit For An Autopsy, Obey The Brave, The Acacia Strain, Skeletonwitch, Last Chance To Reason, The Contortionist, Holy Grail, Periphery, iwrestledabearonce, Hung, Overkill, God Forbid and Unearth.

Check out the clip of metal bands talking the best and worst on-stage moves at this location or in the player available below. More...

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Periphery Streaming Samples From New Album

Periphery, which is headed out on the Summer Slaughter tour next month, is set to release new album "Periphery II" this coming July 3rd. Samples from each song off the release are now available for streaming online through Amazon.com.

The track listing is as follow:

1. Muramasa
2. Have a Blast - Guthrie Govan guest solo
3. Facepalm Mute
4. Ji
5. Scarlet
6. Luck as a Constant
7. Ragnarok
8. The Gods Must Be Crazy!
9. Make Total Destroy
10. Erised (Feat. John Petrucci Guest Solo)
11. Epoch
12. Froggin' Bullfish
13. Mile Zero (Feat. Wes Hauch Guest Solo)
14. Masamune

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Periphery Streams New Track "Make Total Destroy"

Periphery is streaming the new song "Make Total Destroy." The track appears on the new album, "Periphery II," which is set for release on July 3, 2012 through Sumerian Records. Pre-orders are available at this location. A trailer was previously posted over here.

Periphery will also be headed out on the Summer Slaughter starting July 20, 2012. For more information, head over to this location.

The track listing for "Periphery II" is as follows:

1. Muramasa
2. Have a Blast - Guthrie Govan guest solo
3. Facepalm Mute
4. Ji
5. Scarlet
6. Luck as a Constant
7. Ragnarok
8. The Gods Must Be Crazy!
9. Make Total Destroy
10. Erised (Feat. John Petrucci Guest Solo)
11. Epoch
12. Froggin' Bullfish
13. Mile Zero (Feat. Wes Hauch Guest Solo)
14. Masamune

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Periphery Posts New Album Trailer

Periphery's new album, "Periphery II," is set for a July 3rd release. A promo video for the impending release has now been posted online and can be viewed below. Pre-orders are available at this location.

Misha Mansoor (guitars) states: "We are very happy to announce the full track listing (see below) and show you guys the artwork for our sophomore release. We put so much hard work and time into this album and we thank all of you for your continued support and patience. The album clocks in at sixty-nine minutes exactly and has tons of brand new material, so I assure you it is well worth the wait. Make sure to keep on the lookout for the first track which we will be releasing in the coming weeks."

Periphery will also be headed out on the Summer Slaughter tour this July, with more details available here.

1) Muramasa
2) Have a Blast - Guthrie Govan guest solo
3) Facepalm Mute
4) Ji
5) Scarlet
6) Luck as a Constant
7) Ragnarok
8) The Gods Must Be Crazy!
9) MAKE TOTAL DESTROY
10) Erised - John Petrucci guest solo
11) Epoch
12) Froggin' Bullfish
13) Mile Zero - Wes Hauch guest solo
14) Masamune More...

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Summer Slaughter Tour Trailer Posted Online

The 6th annual Summer Slaughter Tour, presented by Indie Merch Store, Peavey, Ibanez and SoundCheck Hollywood, is now officially slated to run from July 20th through August 25th. Check out the tour poster here.

It features such heavyweights as Cannibal Corpse, Between The Buried and Me, The Faceless, Periphery, Veil of Maya, Job For A Cowboy, Goatwhore, Exhumed, and Cerebral Bore, with special guests TBA in each city such as The Contortionist, Rings of Saturn, Fallujah and more.

A teaser for the tour has been posted online, which can be viewed below. Dates and venues on the run are also available after the jump. More...

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Mayhem Festival Cruise Details Revealed

From the creators of the country’s largest touring heavy music festival experience and presented in conjunction with Hal Roseman of Rose Tours comes the first annual Mayhem Festival Cruise, taking place aboard the Carnival Imagination.

The maiden voyage sets sail on Friday, December 7th, 2012 from the Port of Miami, FL and travels to the Bahamas, returning to the mainland on Monday, December 10th. Tickets go on sale Thursday, May 3rd at 12pm EST with payment plans available. Get them before they’re “lost at sea” by heading over to this location.

Hosted by Jose Mangin of Sirius XM Liquid Metal, fans will experience a blistering 90-minute set from each one of these killer heavy metal bands: Lamb of God, Machine Head, Anthrax, Hatebreed, Suicide Silence, and Kingdom of Sorrow - as well as additional showcase sets from Century Media, Metal Blade Records, Roadrunner Records and Sumerian Records artists including Gojira, Periphery, Born of Osiris, Battlecross, Otherwise, Girl on Fire, Anti Mortem, and Gypsyhawk. Mayhem veterans JDevil (Jonathan Davis of Korn) and DJ Starscream (Sid of Slipknot) will also perform full DJ sets each night. More...

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Summer Slaughter 2012 Lineup Revealed

The 6th annual Summer Slaughter Tour, presented by Indie Merch Store, Peavey, Ibanez and SoundCheck Hollywood, is now officially slated to run from July 20th through August 25th. Check out the tour poster here.

It features such heavyweights as Cannibal Corpse, Between The Buried and Me, The Faceless, Periphery, Veil of Maya, Job For A Cowboy, Goatwhore, Exhumed, and Cerebral Bore, with special guests TBA in each city such as The Contortionist, Rings of Saturn, Fallujah and more.

Ash Avildsen (Summer Slaughter Founder) states: "Without a doubt, this is the biggest year in the history of the tour. We are honored to have such an incredible, diverse group of musicians all on the same bill. It's brutal, classic, progressive, fresh and still the most extreme tour of the year. Drink lots of water before you show up and get ready to rage!"

General admission tickets go on sale Friday April 27th. Be sure to visit Facebook for all up-to-date news and ticketing information. Dates are as follows: More...

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Emmure Added To NEMH Festival Lineup

Victory recording artists Emmure will join the already-stacked lineup of the 14th Annual New England Metal and Hardcore Festival on Sunday, April 22nd.

"We couldn't be more excited and grateful to be a part of this year's NEMHF," said vocalist Frankie Palmeri. "Some of my favorite bands are playing and I think this is the best line up it's had in years."

Emmure will join a lineup of more than 75 bands, from Billboard-charting artists and festival veterans to new acts and future stars of the genre, as the 14th Annual New England Metal and Hardcore Festival takes over the Palladium in Worcester, Mass., the weekend of April 20th through April 22nd.

A camera crew will be on hand this year to document the show for an upcoming film focusing on the history of the festival, behind the scenes footage and the development of the show. The documentary will be produced by Manny Santiago from Crimson Media and sponsored by Shook Clothing. More...

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Between The Buried And Me Announces Tour Dates

Metal innovators Between The Buried And Me will return to Europe in October 2012 in support of their new album, the details of which are forthcoming. Support comes from Periphery and The Safety Fire.

The Rave Live will be rebroadcasting the Between The Buried And Me concert from April 25th, 2011 to celebrate the one year anniversary of the band's CD "The Parallax:Hypersleep Dialogues." The concert was recorded at The Rave in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

The webcast is scheduled for Thursday, April 12th at 9pm ET / 8pm CT / 6pm PT and will be available for free to all fans at this location. The band's upcoming tour dates are as follows:

10/10/12 – BE – Antwerp – Trix*
11/10/12 – NL – Amsterdam – Melkweg
12/10/12 – DE – Köln – Luxor
13/10/12 – DE – Münster – Sputnikhalle
14/10/12 – DK – Copenhagen – Vega
16/10/12 – SE – Stockholm – Debaser Slussen
17/10/12 – SE – Gothenburg – Sticky Fingers
18/10/12 – DE – Hamburg - Logo
19/10/12 – DE – Berlin – Lido
20/10/12 – CZ – Prague – Rock Café
22/10/12 – SK – Bratislava – Randall Club
23/10/12 – HU – Budapest – Dürer Kert
24/10/12 – AT – Wien – Szene
25/10/12 – DE – München - Backstage
27/10/12 – IT – Novara – Rock´n´Roll Arena
28/10/12 – CH – Zürich – Dynamo
29/10/12 – DE – Stuttgart – Universum
30/10/12 – DE – Frankfurt – Batschkapp
31/10/12 – FR – Paris – La Maroquinerie
*no Periphery

Comments BTBAM bassist Dan Briggs: "I'm excited Europe wants to have us again! On this tour we'll celebrate the release of our new album, so you'll be some of the first to hear new songs…if we can actually play them by then!"

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