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Between the Buried and Me
a month ago
We are excited to bring you the Colors Experience VIP packages! We will once again be opening up the album Pro Tools sessions to any of your questions or isolated track dmore
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Between the Buried and Me merchamazonview store

Colors II[Translucent Red/Ultra Clear...
$27.98
The Silent Circus 2020 Remix
$32.99
Between The Buried And Me Remix
$21.49
Automata II
$8.98
Coma Ecliptic Live BR
$16.90
FUTURE SEQUENCE: LIVE at the FIDELITO...
$16.32
The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues
$13.23
The Best of Between The Buried And Me
$11.98
The Great Misdirect
$49.99
Alaska
$32.34
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Between the Buried and Me's tour

Live Photos of Between the Buried and Me

Between the Buried and Me at Dallas, TX in The Studio at the Factory 2023
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Fan Reviews

Auston
July 27th 2023
BTBAM are always amazing live! They never disappoint and sound just as good if not better live as in studio.I was front row at this show and Brooklyn Bowl’s sound was great because of all the monitors up front. every part was clear. Rivers of Nihl were a great choice for this tour playing similar music. And Thank You Scientist are fun and entertaining for any crazy jazz fusion prog fan. I had a blast, what an amazing show!!
Nashville, TN@
Brooklyn Bowl Nashville
Ronnie H
July 18th 2023
The heat and humidity was nearly unbearable at times last night. Not the fault of The Nile or anything, just a rough Phoenix summer night. That being said, BtBaM was nothing but professional and incredible. They never bitched, they never interrupted the show, they went right through The Parallax II with energy and love. Amazing show!
Mesa, AZ@
The Nile Theater
Michael
June 25th 2023
Opening bands were great. BTBAM was incredible. Sound quality was a little off for Rivers of Nihil, but it was fine for the other two bands. Great venue. Balcony seats were very comfortable and great view of the stage. I will be seeing this tour at least one more time and will definitely come back to the Palladium in Worcester!
Worcester, MA@
Palladium
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About Between the Buried and Me

What if dreams could be broadcast for the purpose of entertainment? Could you consume the innermost thoughts of another person on screen? If you could, what does that say about an attention-starved audience? More importantly, what would become of the dreamer?
Between The Buried and Me pose those questions and more on their two-part eighth full-length and introductory offering for Sumerian Records, Automata. The North Carolina quintet explore these themes by personally smashing boundaries once again. Automata marks the band’s first proper double LP-spanning concept. Moreover, they continue to expand their ever-evolving style, upholding a tradition of progression in the process.

“We never want to repeat ourselves,” affirms Paul. “We’re always trying to do something different, and this album fell right into that sort of pattern. We push ourselves into new places, while retaining our basic sound. Musically, we go somewhere that’s fun and challenging. We never know how it’s going to turn out. These are uncharted waters for us. We’ve never written an entire piece and presented it in separate parts like this.”

This approach cemented the group as progressive music’s most unpredictable outlier since its formation in 2000. Among many milestones, they released 2007’s watershed Colors followed by The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues EP in 2011 and The Parallax II: Future Sequence a year later. 2015 saw Coma Ecliptic elevate them to new heights yet again. Not only did it bow at #12 on the Billboard Top 200 (a career high for the band), but it also garnered widespread acclaim from Noisey, Revolver, Alternative Press, and The Guardian who welcomed the album with a rare perfect score. In between, they launched countless sold out headline tours and support runs with the likes of Mastodon.

Now, they break more ground with Automata.

“Lyrically, I wanted to write something that I treated as a puzzle until it comes together at the end,” continues Tommy. “For as deep and dark as it is, there’s a positive outcome, which we’ve never had. The story follow a protagonist whose dreams are used as entertainment broadcasted by a company called Voice of Trespass. Most of the record takes place within that dream. The character thinks it’s all real.”


“Even though it takes place in the future, there are a lot of parallels to modern society,” adds Paul. “Oftentimes, we turn athletes, movie stars, and musicians into commodities. We forget that they’re real people with problems and issues. They’re society’s escape from reality as we use them for entertainment. Hence, society plays a role in their downfall, be it drug dependence, isolation, or even suicide. Society perpetuates mental illness with those expectations.”

“There are a lot of moments where we totally venture away from the traditional formula of what a progressive metal band can do,” states Dan. “There are all these little moments where we’ve done something we never did before. ‘Millions’ is the perfect example. It’s four-minutes of straight melody—another first.”

With Automata Part I, Part II, and the myriad of visuals on the horizon, Between The Buried And Me realize their potential to its fullest—and go one step further.

“All of our music should build up to the newest record,” Tommy leaves off. “That’s what happens with Automata. You can take little snippets from our past throughout this album. It sounds like Between The Buried And Me, but it’s still new. We hope to keep the music industry on its toes. This is part of doing that.”
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Genres:
Metal, Progressive Metal, Rock
Band Members:
-Paul Waggoner: Guitar, -Blake Richardson: Drums, -Tommy Rogers: Vocals Keyboards, -Dustie Waring: Guitar, -Dan Briggs: Bass

Latest Posts

Between the Buried and Me
a month ago
We are excited to bring you the Colors Experience VIP packages! We will once again be opening up the album Pro Tools sessions to any of your questions or isolated track dmore
View More Posts

Live Photos of Between the Buried and Me

Between the Buried and Me at Dallas, TX in The Studio at the Factory 2023
View All Photos

Between the Buried and Me merchamazonview store

Colors II[Translucent Red/Ultra Clear...
$27.98
The Silent Circus 2020 Remix
$32.99
Between The Buried And Me Remix
$21.49
Automata II
$8.98
Coma Ecliptic Live BR
$16.90
FUTURE SEQUENCE: LIVE at the FIDELITO...
$16.32
The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues
$13.23
The Best of Between The Buried And Me
$11.98
The Great Misdirect
$49.99
Alaska
$32.34
View All
Between the Buried and Me's tour

Fan Reviews

Auston
July 27th 2023
BTBAM are always amazing live! They never disappoint and sound just as good if not better live as in studio.I was front row at this show and Brooklyn Bowl’s sound was great because of all the monitors up front. every part was clear. Rivers of Nihl were a great choice for this tour playing similar music. And Thank You Scientist are fun and entertaining for any crazy jazz fusion prog fan. I had a blast, what an amazing show!!
Nashville, TN@
Brooklyn Bowl Nashville
Ronnie H
July 18th 2023
The heat and humidity was nearly unbearable at times last night. Not the fault of The Nile or anything, just a rough Phoenix summer night. That being said, BtBaM was nothing but professional and incredible. They never bitched, they never interrupted the show, they went right through The Parallax II with energy and love. Amazing show!
Mesa, AZ@
The Nile Theater
Michael
June 25th 2023
Opening bands were great. BTBAM was incredible. Sound quality was a little off for Rivers of Nihil, but it was fine for the other two bands. Great venue. Balcony seats were very comfortable and great view of the stage. I will be seeing this tour at least one more time and will definitely come back to the Palladium in Worcester!
Worcester, MA@
Palladium
View More Fan Reviews

About Between the Buried and Me

What if dreams could be broadcast for the purpose of entertainment? Could you consume the innermost thoughts of another person on screen? If you could, what does that say about an attention-starved audience? More importantly, what would become of the dreamer?
Between The Buried and Me pose those questions and more on their two-part eighth full-length and introductory offering for Sumerian Records, Automata. The North Carolina quintet explore these themes by personally smashing boundaries once again. Automata marks the band’s first proper double LP-spanning concept. Moreover, they continue to expand their ever-evolving style, upholding a tradition of progression in the process.

“We never want to repeat ourselves,” affirms Paul. “We’re always trying to do something different, and this album fell right into that sort of pattern. We push ourselves into new places, while retaining our basic sound. Musically, we go somewhere that’s fun and challenging. We never know how it’s going to turn out. These are uncharted waters for us. We’ve never written an entire piece and presented it in separate parts like this.”

This approach cemented the group as progressive music’s most unpredictable outlier since its formation in 2000. Among many milestones, they released 2007’s watershed Colors followed by The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues EP in 2011 and The Parallax II: Future Sequence a year later. 2015 saw Coma Ecliptic elevate them to new heights yet again. Not only did it bow at #12 on the Billboard Top 200 (a career high for the band), but it also garnered widespread acclaim from Noisey, Revolver, Alternative Press, and The Guardian who welcomed the album with a rare perfect score. In between, they launched countless sold out headline tours and support runs with the likes of Mastodon.

Now, they break more ground with Automata.

“Lyrically, I wanted to write something that I treated as a puzzle until it comes together at the end,” continues Tommy. “For as deep and dark as it is, there’s a positive outcome, which we’ve never had. The story follow a protagonist whose dreams are used as entertainment broadcasted by a company called Voice of Trespass. Most of the record takes place within that dream. The character thinks it’s all real.”


“Even though it takes place in the future, there are a lot of parallels to modern society,” adds Paul. “Oftentimes, we turn athletes, movie stars, and musicians into commodities. We forget that they’re real people with problems and issues. They’re society’s escape from reality as we use them for entertainment. Hence, society plays a role in their downfall, be it drug dependence, isolation, or even suicide. Society perpetuates mental illness with those expectations.”

“There are a lot of moments where we totally venture away from the traditional formula of what a progressive metal band can do,” states Dan. “There are all these little moments where we’ve done something we never did before. ‘Millions’ is the perfect example. It’s four-minutes of straight melody—another first.”

With Automata Part I, Part II, and the myriad of visuals on the horizon, Between The Buried And Me realize their potential to its fullest—and go one step further.

“All of our music should build up to the newest record,” Tommy leaves off. “That’s what happens with Automata. You can take little snippets from our past throughout this album. It sounds like Between The Buried And Me, but it’s still new. We hope to keep the music industry on its toes. This is part of doing that.”
Show More
Genres:
Metal, Progressive Metal, Rock
Band Members:
-Paul Waggoner: Guitar, -Blake Richardson: Drums, -Tommy Rogers: Vocals Keyboards, -Dustie Waring: Guitar, -Dan Briggs: Bass

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