Tag: Between The Buried And Me

Review: “The Prophecy” by Deathless

A Melodic Death Metal quartet from West Virginia, Deathless have skipped past the “let’s do an EP or some singles and fathom out our sound” phase and dived head long into traffic with their full debut album. Forming in May 2018 and releasing their first single a year later in “Into Depravity”, drummer Shane Polk,

Review: “Angry, Undead” by The Flaying

Winning the GAMIQ (Gala alternatif de la musique indépendante du Québec) award for “Metal Album of The Year” for their debut full-length “Angry, Undead” released this past March on PRC Music, Quebec Canadian Metallers The Flaying have been given an extra career boost. The band, Guitarist Didier “Did” Samson, Bassist Sébastien “Web” Marier-Verret, Vocalist William “Wil”

NEWS: Between The Buried And Me get misdirected!

…and the anniversaries keep coming. The 10th Anniversary of “The Great Misdirect” by Between The Buried And Me is being celebrated with remixed and remastered director’s cut version of the bands fifth studio album – and – it will be available on vinyl for the first time! From that new edition, here’s a stream of

Review: “Ruminant” by Lapsarian

Recorded at Cue Recording Studios in Falls Church, Virginia with Blaine Misner handling Production, Engineering and Mixing and Patrick Hills handling the Mastered at Earthtone Studios, Washington, D.C. based four piece Lapsarian completed work on their debut EP “Ruminant” before issuing this stark warning; “This is just the beginning: fans of adventurous heaviness should expect

NEWS: Iapetus streaming “For Creatures Such As We”!

Skipping release day Friday and putting out “The Body Cosmic” on Saturday 9th November is an interesting move from Iapetus but in truth, given the host of big names involved in their sophomore album, it deserves to stand apart from the pack. Recorded by Jamie King (Between The Buried And Me) and with drums performed by

Review: “We Are Bury Your Dead” EP by Bury Your Dead

Boston Massachusetts Metallic Hardcore Kings Bury Your Dead may have been around since 2001 but they ain’t never put together an EP. So after six studio albums and one live album the band have returned 8 long years after 2011’s “Mosh n’ Roll” with their first foray into the shorter format. The line-up now consists

Live Review: Faces of Eve w/Values & Weaponry @ Facebar Reading

We’ve promoted this show, the last of the Weaponry August run and the middle one of trio of co-headlining shows for Faces of Eve and Values about as much as we could have in advance of tonight. The Facebar in Reading is where it’s at and it should need no introductions so without further ado and

Bootleg: Between The Buried And Me at The Windbreak!

Pro-Shot on 16th July at The Windbreak in Fargo North Dakota, here’s the full set from Between The Buried And Me! They’ll be upon our shores in October to complete a special run of European “Evening With” shows that will see them playing 2 full sets a night! We just hope for “All Bodies” from

Riff Police! Pull Over! #61: The Faceless Vs Metallica!

As a whole, probably of the most underrated albums in the Metallica discography, “And Justice For All” was the first to feature bassist James Newstead after the tragic death of the legendary Cliff Burton two years earlier. Featuring the classic singles “One” and “Harvester of Sorrow”, it’s a musically progressive album with few traditional verse-chorus