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.
Between the Buried and Me
Between the Buried and Me released a true masterpiece this year with 'The Parallax II: Future Sequence.' The 72-minute epic space quest flows seamlessly as one giant piece rather than a collection of songs, revolving around the story that began on the first 'Parallax' EP and the central thesis of, "Goodbye to everything." BTBAM's rhythm section, composed of bassist Dan Briggs and drummer Blak
Between the Buried and Me began their 'Parallax' journey with the 2011 EP 'The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues.' Although the EP was a great piece of music, the 30-minute runtime left a sense of urgency within BTBAM's sonically baptized fans, who have long since sewed the consecutive epics 'Colors' and 'The Great Misdirect' deep into their flesh. Fortunately, the EP now offers a great deal of context as a precursor to 'The Parallax II: Future Sequence,' as Between the Buried and Me have delivered yet another marathon masterpiece.
We may have mentioned this a few times in some recent posts, but Between the Buried and Me's upcoming album 'The Parallax II: Future Sequence' is insanely awesome. The record comes out Tuesday, Oct. 9, and BTBAM fans everywhere have been pulling their hair out waiting for it to drop, so to tide you over for the next few days, the band have posted teasers for every single song on 'The Parallax II.'
Experimental metallers Between the Buried and Me are approaching the release of their sixth studio album, 'The Parallax II: Future Sequence.' The band has already treated fans to the 10-minute epic 'Telos' along with the album's kickstart track 'Astral Body,' but now Loudwire is proud to exclusively host never-before-seen, close-up footage of BTBAM guitarists Paul Waggoner and Dustie Waring demonstrating the dual guitar mastery from 'Telos.'