Yeah, that's the logo for an upcoming indie Xbox 360 shooter-style game titled Death Goat. Shockingly, it features some sweet jams. (more…)
We just updated the photo gallery with yet another sexy gallery of snaps from a recent Toronto show featuring Between The Buried and Me, Russian Circles and Intervals. Check out the full gallery, by photographer Jeffrey Chan right here.
from the album "The Great Misdirect" in stores now. Directed by Kevin McVey
Between the Buried and Me's trippy video "Astral Body" from the album "The Parallax II: Future Sequence". Watch the recent studio updates the band has released. This video was directed by Wes Richardson. Pre-order the new BTBAM CD on Amazon.com.
Hit up http://metalinjection.tv for hi-res versions of this video and many more br00tal videos BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME Exclusive Interview and Live Footage shot at Saints and Sinners Fest 2007
For more interviews visit http://metalinjection.net - BTBAM get interviewed by Johnny Orlando Jr, who asks them the hard hitting questions. The band clearly avoids all of that in exchange for a good time. We love these guys!
Watch more BTBAM videos athttp://metalinjection.tv/between+buried. Another silly interview with our friends in BTBAM. Rob interviews all of Between the Buried and Me conducted on the band's recent headlining run with Cynic, Devin Townsend Project and Scale The Summit. They discuss their recent music video for "Obfuscation", the show Lost, guitarist Paul Waggoner's hair, who has [...]
Watch more BTBAM videos athttp://metalinjection.tv/between+buried - Metal Injection was on hand at the Sonar in Baltimore, MD to shoot this multi-cam live video of BTBAM performing their single, Obfuscation off the Great Misdirect, in stores now. Audio mixed by Brett Caldas-Lima from Tower Studio
For more videos visit http://metalinjection.net- Rob talks to Tommy and Dusty of Between the Buried and Me at New England Metalfest, discussing the band's new EP, "The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues", and we talk about the progression of the band's sound and them "not giving a fuck" anymore, reproducing the songs live and more. It was also really [...]
Watch all of Metal Injection's Summer Slaughter coverage here: http://www.metalinjection.net/tv/channels/summer-slaughter-tv/ Metal Injection kicked off the Summer Slaughter tour with a live pre-game show before the tour kick off in Los Angeles at the House of Blues. Our first interview was with Between the Buried and Me who talked about their new album Parallax II, out [...]
2012 will not see end of the world, or extreme music for that matter. However, if this was the end of Metal and Hardcore as we know it, the year 2012 would make quite a grand finale. So many great records came out this year that I decided to stretch this article to a more obnoxious comprehensive list of 25. If it weren’t for the amazing power of Spotify, I don’t know how I would have kept up. As with my list last year, this list is unordered, as agonizing over competing slots for #9 and #10 would miss the point of the exercise. The point being: out of all the music I heard this year, the records listed below represent what I enjoyed the most. I hope some readers get some benefit from seeing this list and check out some records they may have missed, or that others will have some to name that I may have overlooked myself.
We told you it was happening, and now we can confirm, this killer tour is definitely happening. Coheed and Cambria, Between The Buried and Me and Russian Circles will be spending the better part of February and March touring North America together. This is a prog-nerd-wet-dream tour, no doubt about it. Here are the dates: (more…)
Prog-nerds, get ready to jizz your ears out… it looks like once the new year comes around, we will have a new prog-wet-dream-tour on the horizon. Coheed and Cambria looking to be gearing up for a run of dates with fellow prog asskickers, Between The Buried And Me. Those sleuths at ThePRP have discovered a date featuring the two bands, with Russian Circles opening. The date is February 15th at the Salt Air in Magna, UT.
Does this show tickle your fancy? Let us know in the comments.
This is rather scary! Earlier today, shortly after leaving their gig at Southampton, England in the early hours, the bus carrying all the members of Between The Buried and Me and Periphery caught on fire. Everybody is safe and sound with all their belongings, and the tour will go on as scheduled. But it is a scary thing to be a part of when it's happening. Here is how Periphery guitarist Misha Mansoor described the event on his Facebook page: (more…)
In order for a “progressive” album to be a success, its sound must be able to explore and experiment, yet still be memorable enough for the listener to relate to it. Progressive albums fail when they overload themselves with too many changes and embellishments, and end up collapsing on their own pretentious foundations. A great progressive album will provide its listener with new things to discover with every listen. A failure will simply drag the listener through a mess of complex arrangements, as if the band is trying to say: “Hey! Look at all this hard stuff we know how to play! That makes us original!” With The Parallax II: Future Sequence, Between the Buried and Me has scored a dazzling and entertaining success.