Tag: Between The Buried And Me

NEWS: Supergroup Buried Under Sky unveil “Darkest Corners”!

Combining the talents of Ian Kauffman (Red Tide, Deadeyesunder, Crossthread), Kevin Salvatore (Deadeyesunder), Jay McGuire (Otep, Tyrant Trooper), Charlie Sad Eyes (Crawl Below, When The Deadbolt Breaks, Animal Schoolbus), Buried Under Sky is a Melodic Metal act formed in the middle of some Global situation or other that took place in 2020 from members of

NEWS: “The Future Is Behind Us” claim Between The Buried And Me!

Grammy Award nominated Progressive Metallers Between The Buried And Me have released their highly anticipated and critically acclaimed new album ‘Colors II‘ via Sumerian Records and so in celebration of the release, the band have dropped an official music video for track “The Future Is Behind Us” directed by Erez Bader of Silent Flight Productions.

Review: “Colors II” by Between The Buried And Me

Written throughout 2020 remotely before congregating at The Basement Studios in Winston-Salem, North Carolina with longtime producer Jamie King (The Contortionist, He Is Legend, Dead Man In Reno), the tenth studio album from Progressive Metallers Between The Buried And Me is something of a brave choice. Instead of adhering to a conceptual thread as they

NEWS: Between The Buried And Me get lost in the swell?

If first single “Fix The Error” didn’t whet your appetite for the sequel to their influential 2007 album “Colors” then perhaps the second single “Revolution In Limbo” from the highly anticipated “Colors II” will. Grammy Award Nominated Progressive Metal titans Between The Buried And Me are set to see that released on 20th August via Sumerian

NEWS: Between The Buried And Me fix the error (again)!

Animated by Tony Celano, Grammy Award nominated Progressive Metallers Between The Buried And Me have released a music video for their most recent single, “Fix The Error”. The song, which features drum solos from Mike Portnoy (Dream Theatre), Navene Koperweis (Machine Head) and Ken Schalk (Candiria), is the first to be heard from the highly anticipated new album, ‘Colors II‘, which promises a sequel to the bands most critically

Throwback: “From Here I Can See The Shore” from Dead Man In Reno!

Back when Dinosaurs roamed the Earth in 2003 Tuscaloosa, Alabama, United States was where Dead Man In Reno formed and taking every opportunity, the quintet were eventually found by Candlelight Records and recorded their debut self titled album with Jamie King (Between The Buried And Me, The Contortionist) in 2006. A personal favourite, it sits