Progressive metal band Between the Buried and Me have just premiered a new video for their “Astral Body.” Watch the Wes Richardson-directed clip below. “Astral Body” is taken from the band’s upcoming new album, The Parallax II: Future Sequence, which follows last year’s widely acclaimed EP, The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues (buy on iTunes). “The two […]
Their new album, The Parallax II: Future Sequence, hits stores on October 9!
North Carolina’s Between the Buried and Me have just debuted a brand new song online. Stream “Telos” via the YouTube clip window below. “Telos” is taken from the band’s upcoming new album, The Parallax II: Future Sequence, which is due out October 9 via Metal Blade Records. The album will continue the story that started […]
Eli Litwin, splattery drummer of Jersey prog curiosity Knife in the Glitter, is a hyperactive octopus dragging bloody metalcore into haughtier territory: improv jazz, game theory, chance composition, and avant-twaddle. He recorded blast-flecked drums in one 47-minute take; tracked guitars to follow his haphazard rhythms; and then invited eight metalcore luminaries (including members of Between […]
The new issue of Revolver hits newsstands everywhere today. You can also buy it online here. Avenged Sevenfold–who dominated the 2011 Revolver Golden Gods Awards, both onstage with their headlining performance and in the fan-voted categories–grace the cover, taking over the awards podium. The cover story provides a behind-the-scenes look at hard rock and metal’s biggest night, […]
In an interview with UGO.com, Between the Buried and Me frontman Tommy Rogers revealed that the band will be playing their new EP, The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues, in its entirety during their upcoming North American tour. “We have a really exciting set list for everyone this tour,” says Rogers. “We are going to do the […]
Between the Buried and Me aren’t a band that will soon be accused of pandering to a scene or playing it safe with their music. On their first EP, The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues, the North Carolina prog-metal quintet attempt to set their own progressive bar even higher with a 30-minute concept record—and Part 1 in […]