Tag: Between The Buried And Me

Review: “Vile Slumber” by Pyrrhic

A new band with a wealth of experience in their ranks, Pyrrhic make their debut with “Vile Slumber” and members from bands like Blood Red Throne and Guardians of Time stepping away from their usual forays to create different music, the question is just how different this new band will be to the projects we know and love. They’re

Bootleg: Between The Buried And Me first show!

While 25th September will see a freshly remixed and remastered edition for “Alaska” by Between The Buried And Me find its way to your nearest player with pre-orders available here we thought we’d take the opportunity to go back to the bands first ever show. That was Sunday 15th April 2001 at Ziggy’s in Winston-Salem North

NEWS: “Alaska” gets new Vinyl edition for Between The Buried And Me!

Freshly remixed and remastered, 25th September will see a new vinyl edition of our personal favourite record from Progressive Metal titans Between The Buried And Me land on Planet Metal. Pre-orders for “Alaska” are available here with the now fifteen year old master work reappearing as the band celebrate 20 years together. Here’s the new version of

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins?! FIGHT! Soundgarden.

The current situation between Kim Thayil, Matt Cameron and Ben Shepherd, the remaining members of Soundgarden and Chris Cornell’s Widow Vicky Cornell shouldn’t be allowed to overshadow the bands body of work or the life of the much missed Chris Cornell but as happened with Kurt Cobain in the wake of his death, it seems that

Review: “Volcano One” EP by Drakh

Formed in 2015 by multi instrumentalist António Couto and vocalist Luís Franco in Azores, Portugal, Drakh are a Death Metal duo whose sound is inspired by Cosmicism, Existentialism and the insularity of their home. After all, the Azores Islands are an unparalleled Atlantic beauty but that comes with a price… …first emerging from the band in May

Under The Influence #46: Ruina on “Venom” by Bullet For My Valentine!

After the mixed bag of “Temper Temper“, Welsh Metallers Bullet For My Valentine had expressed the desire to return to something heavier with their 2015 fifth studio album “Venom“. The departure of bassist Jay James prior to the recording left guitarist and vocalist Matt Tuck to play the bass parts, despite James replacement Jamie Mathias

Bootleg: Between The Buried And Me: “Coma Ecliptic” Live!

Now streaming in it’s entirety, Metal Blade Records and Good Fight Music are showcasing the incredible talents of Between The Buried And Me as they play “Coma Ecliptic” in its entirety. Filmed at The Observatory North in San Diego California on 4th October 2017 and with audio mix by their long time Producer and collaborator

Review: “Loop Of Yesterdays” by Azusa

When Azusa released the critically acclaimed 2018 album “Heavy Yoke“, they declared themselves as creating “Avant-Thrash for the discerning listener“. A collective of players who you might have known better for their prior works formed the band in 2014 and with Eleni Zafiriadou of Sea & Air fame on vocals, Liam Wilson of The Dillinger

Exclusive Interview: Jumpman talk Zelda, Converge and Pizza!

Watford Nintendocore duo Jumpman aka Eliot Foster on Lead vocals and guitar Tom Cole on guitar and synths, who like to blend hardcore punk, tech-metal and 8-bit chiptune synths recently dropped a creative double feature by the name of “Shame“. If you like fast and abrasive riffs with rapid fire metronomic artillery shell drum machine

Spotlight: Between The Buried And Me 20th Anniversary!

It seems hard to imagine that Between The Buried And Me are going to be celebrating their 20th Anniversary on 15th May 2020. It seems like only yesterday that a copy of “Alaska” found it’s way to our CD player and we were introduced to their Progressive Death Metal tones. Well that 20th Anniversary will bring