True progression in modern metal has been embraced by the fans of these two acts like almost no others. One hails from Sweden while the other comes straight from the U.S., but both have composed some of metal's most recent long-form masterpieces. Which one of these discs will advance in our March Metal Madness tournament to find the best 21st century metal album?
Between the Buried and Me
Between the Buried and Me have officially announced the release of a new DVD. Instead of going with the classic method of performing live at a prestigious venue or festival, BTBAM are aiming to create an intimate experience, playing 'The Parallax II: Future Sequence' from front to back in a small studio space.
Right after Between the Buried and Me launched NYC fans into orbit on Oct. 16 by performing 'The Parallax II: Future Sequence,' in its entirety, we headed backstage to talk with BTBAM guitarist Paul Waggoner. The interview itself was quite interesting as it was, but almost every member of the band popped in at some point, sometimes for just a moment and sometimes to add a massive contribution that all BTBAM fans will love to read.
It's hard to believe that such a young band debuted their second studio album a decade ago, but on this day (Oct. 21) in 2003, Between the Buried and Me released their breakout record, 'The Silent Circus.' To celebrate this metal landmark, this official live clip of 'Mordecai' is our Video of the Day!
Between the Buried and Me bassist Dan Briggs is somewhat of an unsung hero within the band. Although Briggs is widely regarded as one of metal's best modern bassists, he's surrounded by musicians who can claim the same distinction regarding their instruments. Briggs has been a songwriting force within BTBAM since he joined the gro
Between the Buried and Me have captured critical and fan acclaim with their 2012 full-length, 'The Parallax II: Future Sequence.' The 72-minute epic is perhaps the band's most cohesive record to date, and just like the band did with their 2007 album, 'Colors,' Between the Buried and Me are planning to perform 'Future Sequence' from front-to-back while on a headlining tour this fall.
New York City’s landmark venue Radio City Music Hall has been home to the Rockettes, classical performances and award shows over the years. Over the weekend it gave hard rock and metal a home as Coheed and Cambria, Between the Buried and Me and Russian Circles rounded out their tour with a very special show.