I love Between The Buried and Me. They are progressive, technical, spastic metal that pushes the heavy envelope more than most bands going these days. And the funny thing is, meeting the guys, you’d never know they were in a metal band. They look like they’re still in high school, for Pete’s sake.
I also love Between The Buried and Me because they’re not going to force us all to wait three years for new material. Last year, the band released The Great Misdirect, which was a phenomenal offering of pure aural aggression, and now, Between The Buried and Me are planning to return to the studio.
In a new interview, bassist Dan Briggs says the band will be recording a new EP in December. He also claims guitarist Paul Waggoner will be touring with Lamb of God later this year, filling in for one of LoG’s guitarists: presumably, family man Mark Morton.
The Between The Buried and Me EP will be in stores in early 2011. I’m excited to hear the new stuff. And I believe this could be the longest EP ever. Four songs, 50 minutes…the potential is there, people. The potential is certainly there.
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