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Between the Buried and Me performing in August 2018
From left to right: Paul Waggoner, Tommy Giles Rogers Jr., Blake Richardson, Dan Briggs, Dustie Waring
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Between the Buried and Me is an American progressive metal band from Raleigh, North Carolina. Formed in 2000, the band consists of Tommy Giles Rogers Jr. (lead vocals, keyboards), Paul Waggoner (lead guitar, backing vocals), Dustie Waring (rhythm guitar, lead guitar), Dan Briggs (bass, keyboards), and Blake Richardson (drums).

Progressive metal is a fusion genre melding heavy metal and progressive rock that combines the loud "aggression" and amplified guitar-driven sound of the former with the more experimental, cerebral or "pseudo-classical" compositions of the latter.

Raleigh, North Carolina Capital of North Carolina

Raleigh is the capital of the state of North Carolina and the seat of Wake County in the United States. Raleigh is the second-largest city in the state, after Charlotte. Raleigh is known as the "City of Oaks" for its many oak trees, which line the streets in the heart of the city. The city covers a land area of 142.8 square miles (370 km2). The U.S. Census Bureau estimated the city's population as 479,332 as of July 1, 2018. It is one of the fastest-growing cities in the country. The city of Raleigh is named after Sir Walter Raleigh, who established the lost Roanoke Colony in present-day Dare County.

Tommy Giles Rogers Jr. American musician

Tommy Giles Rogers is an American musician, most notable for being the lead vocalist, keyboardist, and founding member of the American progressive metal band Between the Buried and Me; Currently residing in Laguna Niguel, CA with his wife and son. His vocal style combines death growls and screams with peaceful clean singing melodies, sometimes including falsetto. He is a vegan and straight edge.

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Their debut eponymous album was released through Lifeforce Records in 2002, shifting to Victory Records for subsequent releases until their signing to Metal Blade in 2011, where Between the Buried and Me released their first extended play, The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues that year, and its full-length follow-up The Parallax II: Future Sequence the following year. Their seventh studio album, Coma Ecliptic , was released in 2015. Their eighth album Automata I was released March 9, 2018, and their ninth album, Automata II , was released July 13, 2018.

<i>Between the Buried and Me</i> (album) 2002 studio album by Between the Buried and Me

Between the Buried and Me is the debut studio album by American progressive metal band Between the Buried and Me. It was produced by Jamie King and was released on April 30, 2002 through Lifeforce Records. The album contains re-recordings of all the songs that were on the group's 2001 3-track demo: "What We Have Become," "More of Myself to Kill" and "The Use of a Weapon."

Lifeforce Records is a German heavy metal independent record label that specializes in metalcore and death metal. Their roster contains bands such as Confession, This or the Apocalypse, Omnium Gatherum and Last Leaf Down, and they have helped to launch the careers of bands who went on to larger labels, such as Heaven Shall Burn, Between the Buried and Me, Caliban and Trivium. While Lifeforce has signed and continues to sign both European and American artists, they announced in October 2002 that they were going to shift focus away from the latter following the breakup of Endthisday and Beyond the Sixth Seal, as well as Between the Buried and Me leaving the label for Victory Records.

Victory Records record label

Victory Records is a Chicago-based record label founded by Tony Brummel. It is a privately held corporation. It also operates a music publishing company called "Another Victory, Inc." and is the distributor of several smaller independent record labels. It has featured many prominent post-hardcore and metalcore artists, and such bands as Thursday, Hawthorne Heights, Silverstein, Taking Back Sunday, Bayside, Streetlight Manifesto, and A Day to Remember.

History

Formation and eponymous album (2000–2002)

The band was formed in 2000 in Raleigh, North Carolina after the demise of the metalcore band Prayer for Cleansing, of which Rogers, Waggoner, and Goodyear were members. Nick Fletcher and Jason King subsequently joined on guitar and bass respectively. The name "Between the Buried and Me" was chosen after a section of lyrics in the Counting Crows song, "Ghost Train". Between the Buried and Me's first release was a three-song demo, containing the tracks "Use of a Weapon", "What We Have Become", and "More of Myself to Kill".[ citation needed ] These three tracks were re-recorded for the band's self-titled debut album, released through Lifeforce Records in 2002. The song "Aspirations" became the band's first music video. The album was not initially successful but did manage to catch the attention of Victory Records, to which they later signed. Victory reissued the album in 2004 as an enhanced CD.

North Carolina State of the United States of America

North Carolina is a state in the southeastern region of the United States. It borders South Carolina and Georgia to the south, Tennessee to the west, Virginia to the north, and the Atlantic Ocean to the east. North Carolina is the 28th-most extensive and the 9th-most populous of the U.S. states. The state is divided into 100 counties. The capital is Raleigh, which along with Durham and Chapel Hill is home to the largest research park in the United States. The most populous municipality is Charlotte, which is the second-largest banking center in the United States after New York City.

Prayer for Cleansing

Prayer for Cleansing was a metalcore band from Raleigh, North Carolina.

Counting Crows American alternative rock band

Counting Crows is an American rock band from Berkeley, California, formed in 1991. The band consists of Adam Duritz, David Bryson (guitar), Charlie Gillingham, Dan Vickrey, David Immerglück, Jim Bogios and Millard Powers.

The band toured in support of their first album with Canadian metalcore group The End. [1]

The Silent Circus, Alaska, and The Anatomy Of (2003–2006)

In August 2003, Between the Buried and Me traveled to Q Division Studios in Somerville, Massachusetts to record their second record, The Silent Circus , released in October the same year. It was later re-released in 2006 with a live DVD of the band's performance at The Cat's Cradle in Chapel Hill, North Carolina on July 17, 2005. Mark Castillo played drums on The Silent Circus, replacing Goodyear.

Q Division Studios is a recording studio located in Somerville, Massachusetts, United States. Founded in 1986, Q Division was originally located at 443 Albany Street in Boston, but moved to its current two-studio facility in 2000. Bands that have recorded at Q Division include Pixies, who recorded their debut album Surfer Rosa at the studio.

Somerville, Massachusetts City in Massachusetts, United States

Somerville is a city located directly to the northwest of Boston, in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States. As of 2010, the United States Census lists the city with a total population of 75,754 people, making it the most densely populated municipality in New England. As of 2010, it was the 16th most densely populated incorporated municipality in the country. Somerville was established as a town in 1842, when it was separated from Charlestown. In 2006, the city was named the best-run city in Massachusetts by the Boston Globe. In 1972, in 2009, and again in 2015, the city received the All-America City Award. It is home to Tufts University, which has its campus along the Somerville and Medford border.

<i>The Silent Circus</i> 2003 studio album by Between the Buried and Me

The Silent Circus is the second studio album by American progressive metal band Between the Buried and Me. Released October 21, 2003 through Victory Records. It was their first album to be released through Victory Records after their departure from Lifeforce Records. It was re-released in 2006 with a bonus DVD included. The album includes 10 tracks with a hidden song titled "The Man Land" hidden at the end of "The Need for Repetition".

After the release of The Silent Circus, the band went through numerous members before the current lineup was assembled for their third album, Alaska . On drums, Mark Castillo was replaced by Jason Roe, and later by Blake Richardson. On guitar, Fletcher was replaced by Shane Blay, and later by Dustie Waring. And on bass, King was replaced by Kevin Falk, and later by Dan Briggs. This remains the current lineup.

<i>Alaska</i> (Between the Buried and Me album) 2005 studio album by Between the Buried and Me

Alaska is the third studio album by progressive metal band Between the Buried and Me. It was released on September 6, 2005 through Victory Records and is the first album to feature the band's current lineup, with the addition of Dustie Waring on guitar, Dan Briggs on bass, and Blake Richardson on drums. The band co-produced the album with Matthew Ellard, who produced the band's last album The Silent Circus, and Jamie King, who had previously produced the band's self-titled album.

Mark Castillo, is an American musician. He is a former drummer of the deathcore band Emmure, a former drummer of the hard rock band Crossfade, a former drummer of the progressive metal band Between the Buried and Me, and a founding member and current drummer of American metalcore band Bury Your Dead.

Cartland Blake Richardson is the drummer for American progressive metal band Between the Buried and Me, as well as the former drummer for the deathcore band Glass Casket. Joining in early 2005, Richardson replaced Between the Buried and Me's former drummer Jason Roe.

In the summer of 2005, Between the Buried and Me released Alaska. The album released the songs "Selkies: The Endless Obsession", "The Primer", and "Backwards Marathon" as singles. In the following year, the band released their first cover album, The Anatomy Of , a collection of covers of bands that influenced Between the Buried and Me, including Metallica, King Crimson, Pantera, Faith No More, Queen, Pink Floyd, Earth Crisis, Counting Crows, and Soundgarden. In early 2006, Between the Buried and Me was on tour supporting Bleeding Through along with Every Time I Die and Haste the Day. They were also on the Ozzfest 2006 Second Stage. [2] In late 2006, they were on the Radio Rebellion Tour headlined by Norma Jean. [3]

Colors and The Great Misdirect (2007–2009)

In September 2007, Between the Buried and Me released their fourth studio album (fifth if including The Anatomy Of), Colors . Band members called it "a 65 minute opus of non stop pummeling beautiful music... we have described this release as 'new wave polka grunge'." [4] The band also described the album as "adult contemporary progressive death metal". [5]

In September 2007, after the release of Colors , the band went on tour with Animosity and Horse the Band. Giant (now known as BraveYoung) also supported their shows in the USA. The run concluded with their November 4 appearance at the Saints and Sinners Fest in Asbury Park, New Jersey. In December 2007, they again embarked on a headlining tour, supported by August Burns Red and Behold... The Arctopus. The band were also the main support on The Dillinger Escape Plan's 2008 UK tour. Between the Buried and Me were one of the acts that took part at "Progressive Nation '08", the first in what became an annual progressive music festival, also featuring Dream Theater, Opeth, and 3.

Starting in summer 2008 and continuing in the fall, they performed as a supporting act for Children of Bodom's US headlining tour, alongside The Black Dahlia Murder. In early December 2008, they went on a short 4-show tour around the Carolinas and Georgia (US) with other Carolina-based bands, such as He Is Legend, Advent, and Nightbear. Between the Buried and Me finished a month-long tour of Australia on January 9 with headliners Bleeding Through, As Blood Runs Black, In Trenches and The Abandonment. In September 2009, Between the Buried and Me performed a Canadian Tour with Killswitch Engage and In Flames co-headlining, along with the support of Protest the Hero. [6]

On May 31, 2009, the group went into the studio to record their fifth album (sixth if including The Anatomy Of), The Great Misdirect . They released the single "Obfuscation" on September 29 and the album on October 27.

The Parallax and Metal Blade Records (2010–2014)

In February 2010, Between the Buried and Me supported Mastodon along with Baroness on their US headlining tour. During the summer of 2010, they were on the Cool Tour with As I Lay Dying, Underoath, War of Ages, The Acacia Strain, Architects, Cancer Bats and Blessthefall. [7]

In early 2010, Between the Buried and Me toured across North America with Cynic, Devin Townsend, and Scale the Summit. [8] Afterwards, they traveled to Europe supporting Lamb of God, along with Job for a Cowboy and August Burns Red.

In February 2011, Between the Buried and Me were confirmed to play at the New England Metal & Hardcore Festival on Saturday, April 16 in Worcester, MA. They were main support for Hatebreed. In April and May 2011 they headlined a tour featuring Job for a Cowboy, The Ocean and on select dates Cephalic Carnage.

Between the Buried and Me stated their move from Victory to Metal Blade Records, [9] and quickly released an EP entitled The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues on April 12, 2011. [10] In May, Victory Records announced the release of a greatest hits album as a three-disc set. [11] On January 16, 2012, Between the Buried and Me revealed that work on the full-length second part to The Parallax had begun and was later released as The Parallax II: Future Sequence on October 9, 2012. [12]

Between the Buried and Me also announced a headline European tour beginning in Paris, France on 2 September 2011 and continuing throughout the mainland and into the UK, ending up in Moscow, Russia on September 30. The tour was supported by Animals as Leaders. In July 2011, Between the Buried and Me announced their headlining North American tour, "Saints&Sinners Tour" playing throughout November and December with Animals as Leaders and TesseracT. The band created a few medleys just for this tour, and performed songs that they hadn't played in years. They co-headlined the 2012 Summer Slaughter under Cannibal Corpse with numerous other metal bands such as Exhumed, Job for a Cowboy, The Faceless and Veil of Maya, followed by a co-headlining tour through Europe and UK with Periphery and The Safety Fire.

They also to toured Japan and Australia with Animals as Leaders in November 2012. [13]

Starting in February 2013, they toured with Coheed and Cambria.

In fall 2013 they embarked on The Future Sequence Tour, where they played The Parallax II: Future Sequence all the way through. Support was provided by The Faceless, The Contortionist, and The Safety Fire.

On February 14, 2014, it was announced Between the Buried and Me would record, and release a live album for The Parallax II: Future Sequence, playing it in its entirety with additional instruments, including a saxophone, percussionists, flute and a string quartet. The release, titled Future Sequence: Live at the Fidelitorium, was released September 30, 2014.

Coma Ecliptic and Colors Anniversary (2015-2017)

On March 17, 2015 they announced that Coma Ecliptic will be released through Metal Blade Records on July 7, 2015, and released a song titled "Memory Palace". It was later released July 10, 2015.

From 2015 - 2017, Between the Buried and Me went out on their Coma Ecliptic World Tour and headlined with / co-headlined for August Burns Red, Animals as Leaders, Devin Townsend Project, Fallujah, Enslaved and The Contortionist.

The band released "Coma Ecliptic: Live" on April 28, 2017, which has their entire "Coma Ecliptic" album played live in its entirety.

In the fall of 2017, Between the Buried and Me toured for the Colors 10th Anniversary Tour where they performed the whole album.

Automata and Sumerian Records (2018-present)

Between the Buried and Me performing in 2018 BTBAM2018.jpg
Between the Buried and Me performing in 2018

Recording of the band's upcoming eighth full-length album began on July 31, 2017, [14] and finished on September 6, with the release date scheduled in early 2018. [15]

On December 28, 2017, bassist Dan Briggs posted footage of a song Between The Buried and Me had finished recording separate from the eighth studio album completed in September 2017. It was later revealed to be their interpretation of The Dear Hunter's track 'The Tank' for an exclusive split 7" split with the band. [16]

In January 2018, the band announced Automata, a two-part studio album. Automata I , part one of the album, was announced a release date of March 9, 2018 via Sumerian Records. The second part, Automata II , was released on July 13, 2018. [17]

Their 'Between the Buried and Me Spring 2018 Tour' was announced as well, spanning March 2, 2018 to April 7, 2018 across the contiguous United States. The tour would be supported by The Dear Hunter with special guests Leprous. Additionally, it was announced on the Thomas Giles Instagram how an exclusive split 7" single between Between the Buried and Me and The Dear Hunter would be available for VIP package buyers on the tour. The split 7" would contain each band recording their interpretation of an existing song from the other band. [18]

The band then headlined the entire 2018 portion of the Summer Slaughter tour. They were joined up with bands such as Born of Osiris, Veil of Maya, ERRA, The Agony Scene, Allegaeon, Terror Universal, Soreption and Entheos.

In early 2019 they toured Automata II in the United States beginning February 8th and ending March 11th. Opening acts were Astronoid and TesseracT, except for a few dates.

Musical style and influence

Between the Buried and Me's general musical style has been stated by critics to be primarily a blend of progressive metal, [19] [20] [21] [22] [23] technical death metal, [19] [21] [24] [25] progressive metalcore, [26] [27] avant-garde metal, [28] [29] and metalcore [30] [31] [32] along with various musical styles: "One minute the band may be playing thrash metal and the next they're flowing into death metal growls and thick guitar riffs... the metal take on things can seemingly change in a flash as lead singer Tommy Rogers fleshes out his vocals and utilizes the keyboards to create something that sounds more like it should be on a Smashing Pumpkins album". [32]

On the band's cover album, The Anatomy Of , the band pays tribute to many of their diverse influences, including Sepultura, Metallica, Blind Melon, Mötley Crüe, Queen, King Crimson, Soundgarden, Faith No More, Pantera, Pink Floyd, Depeche Mode, Earth Crisis, and The Smashing Pumpkins. [33]

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