Between The Buried And Me - The Parallax II: Future Sequence


8.3 | 311 votes |
Release date: 9 October 2012
Style: Progressive metalcore

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01. Goodbye To Everything
02. Astral Body
03. Lay Your Ghosts To Rest
04. Autumn
05. Extremophile Elite
06. Parallax
07. The Black Box
08. Telos
09. Bloom
10. Melting City
11. Silent Flight Parliament
12. Goodbye To Everything Reprise

Line-up
Tommy Rogers - keyboards, vocals
Paul Waggoner - guitars
Dustie "Dustball" Waring - guitars
Blake Richardson - drums
Dan Briggs - bass

Guest musicians
Amos Williams - spoken word
Walter Fancourt - bass clarinet, flute, tenor saxophone
Ricky Alexander - violin
Julian Hanshaw - tuba
Maddox Giles - alien noises

Additional info
Recorded May/June of 2012 at The Basement Studios in Winston-Salem, NC.
Engineered, mixed and mastered by Jamie King.
Produced by Between the Buried and Me and Jamie King.
Additional production editing: Kevin King.
Art & design: Chandler Owen.

Guest review by
K†ulu
Rating:
9.2
I don't know what to call the initial barrier that a listener usually has with albums like this, but it has been empirically proven that such a phenomenon exists, and most probably you will have to experience it if you dare take upon the journey laid out by the one and only Between The Buried And Me on their new album.

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published 27.05.2013 | Comments (11)

Between The Buried And Me is a foreign entity. Their music is out of this world and these aliens keep up the good form with The Parallax II: Future Sequence. They really know how to make challenging prog, and what's better than a concept album? Expect the usual head-spinning craziness, mind-blowing sequences and crushing discharges. A truly unique voyage.

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22.06.2015 - 21:45
Rating: 8
LeKiwi
High Fist Prog

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From: UK

Written by Boxcar Willy on 22.06.2015 at 07:41

Something with a little soul. Any soul.

Soul? Pls describe.
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03.10.2015 - 20:53
3rdWorld
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Total Madness. Where do they find such energy? The band seem to have limitless creativity too, they never seem to tire down from making awesome releases.
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