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BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME have built their reputation as one of hard rock's most inventive and ambitious bands. Sharing a lineage with such luminaries as PINK FLOYD, KING CRIMSON and TOOL, they continue to explore new territory with a genuine passion to push themselves and their audience. They dream the impossible and they make it happen time and time again. Looking at their hugely celebrated catalog, it's exciting to see how far they've come and how deep they are willing to go. Venturing into each record is like exploring undiscovered country. From the progressive metal stomp of their self-titled debut, followed by the melancholy of The Silent Circus and then the claustrophobic Alaska, BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME continue to evolve into a new pedigree that defies any categorization.
|1. Foam Born (A) the Backtrack|
|2. (B) The Decade Of Statues|
|3. Informal Gluttony|
|4. Sun Of Nothing|
|5. Ants Of the Sky|
|6. Prequel To the Sequel|
|8. White Walls|
It's like it says on the plastic wrapping.
"1 hour 4 minutes and 9 seconds of jaw dropping musicianship."
Truly a work of art. Read more
This is called a masterpiece for a reason, an album I can listen at any time of the day anywhere. This album can already be considered a classic in my opinion.Published 1 month ago by Ivan Avendano
Its BTBAM colors, that says it all lol. Start to finish perfection and still IMO their best albumPublished 2 months ago by Pen Name
Between the buried and me created an album evolving from their metalcore roots into a seamless progressive album that flows perfectly together and ends with a clincher.Published 5 months ago by shaun cass
I'm not commenting on the music. If you like this album, you will like it on vinyl... maybe. I hope my experience is not common. Read morePublished 9 months ago by parker
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|The new Dream Theater?||
I haven't heard this particular recording yet (obviously as it doesn't come out until the 18th) but I have heard their last two releases and found them both to be phenomenal. While I agree that they do have a ring of Dream Theater to them I think they're a more harder edged & adventureous. Don't... Read More
Sep 17, 2007 by Henry J. Messier | See all 7 posts