07:02 - Jaeryd17 I'm desperately hoping they release Destiny for PC, but I have a 360 so if they don't I guess I'll be okay... for the first game in the series, anyway. Still haven't played Mirror's Edge, but it sounds like my kind of game.
06:04 - Maco The consoles war in the new generation is here [link]
05:59 - Maco At least playing fallout or battlefield is better than playing new call of duty games.
05:56 - BoxCar Willy All I play is fallout, with the occasional bout of grand theft auto and battle field.
05:42 - Maco @Lit. It has to be, that game was the shit.
05:21 - Lit. @Maco Don't care much for MK, but Mirror's Edge is taking the position for my most anticipated game.
Prog metallers Between The Buried And Me have confirmed a mammoth of a headlining North American tour that will take place in September/October. The band will also be playing for the first time The Parallax, both parts I and II, in their entirety. Joining the band for this tour will be The Faceless, The Contortionist, and The Safety Fire. That is enough to make fans outside of North America very jealous. You can see the full list of dates below.
US extreme prog giants Between The Buried And Me have announced their return to European stages this coming June/July for a whole run of festival and club shows. The band will be performing in support of their latest album, The Parallax II: Future Sequence, released in October, 2012 via Metal Blade Records.
Coheed And Cambria, Between The Buried And Me and Russian Circles have just revealed that they will be touring in February/March 2013 across North America. You can watch the tour trailer below and confirm the tour dates. The tour presale starts today at 10am and the general sale starts on November 9th.
Today is your lucky day. U.S. prog metal-crazy Between The Buried And Me have debuted a new music video for the song "Astral Body," which comes off the band's upcoming release The Parallax II: Future Sequence. The video can be viewed here. The Parallax II: Future Sequence is due out October 9th via Metal Blade Records. The new video will hopefully make the wait for the new album a little bit more bearable, which according to the band's website is down to only 15 days now.
The new full-length album from US progressive metallers Between The Buried And Me will be entitled The Parallax II: Future Sequence and will be released through Metal Blade Records on October 9th. The album will pick up where the EP The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues left off. The artwork created by artist and designer Chandler Owen (Underoath, Shai Hulud, and Hopesfall) can be seen below.
US metalcore proggers Between The Buried And Me have officially begun recording their new album, which is expected to be released this year. The band is currently in producer Jamie King's The Basement Recording Studio in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, having written and rehearsed the new material.
US progressive metalcore band Between The Buried And Me will embark on a European tour this October in support of their new upcoming album, the details of which will be revealed soon. Support on the road will come from Periphery and The Safety Fire.
Commented Between The Buried And Me guitarist Paul Waggoner: "It will be so exciting to get back out on the road and play some tunes for all our wonderful fans. Our anticipation for this tour is massive and I hope that sentiment is shared by all the metal geeks out there. The bill is loaded with some of the most forward-thinking, virtuosic musicians in the genre and the audience can expect to hear all 12 notes in every humanly audible octave many times during the course of the evening!"
Between The Buried And Me will release its new mini-album The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues on April 12th through Metal Blade Records. A 30-second trailer for the upcoming effort can now be watched below.
Another six-and-a-half-minute preview of one of the new tracks, "Specular Reflection", is still available for streaming over at this location.
The three-song strong, 30 minute tour de force was recorded at Canada's Metalworks Studios and Rattlebox Studios and produced/engineered by Grammy award-winning David Bottrill (Tool, Muse, King Crimson, Dream Theater) with BTBAM.
The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues cover art] tracklist:
A six-and-a-half-minute portion of "Specular Reflection", a brand-new track from US progressive metalcore band Between The Buried And Me, has been made available for streaming, exclusively at Altpress.
"Specular Reflection" comes off the band's upcoming new album The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues, which will be released on April 12th through Metal Blade Records.
Celebrated progressive rock / cutting-edge metal band Between The Buried And Me (also BTBAM) has inked a worldwide recording deal with Metal Blade Records. The award-winning North Carolina quintet will kick off the partnership with the April release of its new album The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues.
Guitarist Paul Waggoner commented: "We are delighted in the opportunity to join the Metal Blade family. Their commitment to heavy music over the years is inspiring and we look forward to becoming a part of the ever-growing legacy of the label. Our new release, titled The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues will hit the streets in April. We are confident that our dedicated fans will appreciate it and hopeful that we will gain the attention of some new ears as well. In closing, I'd like to reference a quote from the illustrious Joe Dirt: "Life's a garden, dig it"."
Tommy Rogers, lead vocalist, keyboardist and founding member of the award-winning North Carolina progressive rock band Between The Buried And Me, will release his debut solo album Pulse on February 1, 2011 via Metal Blade Records.
The versatile front man and multi-instrumentalist, who not only self-produced the record, but also arranged, composed and played all instruments on the recording, will use the pseudonym Thomas Giles (his given middle name) as his moniker for the project.
Recorded with Jamie King at The Basement Studios in Winston-Salem, NC, Thomas Giles' Pulse is a challenging rock record designed so that the parts build up to a larger, cinematic-like structure where everything from production to arrangements to lyrics to album art is carefully crafted towards a unified purpose. Testing the limits of what he can do naturally with his voice, Rogers' strikingly beautiful falsetto and dynamic range conjures tales of anxiety, collapse, end-times and strength against swelling, heart-lifting arrangements and pristine backdrops of ambient loops, digital burbles, analog hiss and woozy drones. Exploring combinations of the outré genres of both post-rock and glitch, the music's emotionally resonant yet textural sounds draw reference to artists such as Radiohead, Björk, the Verve, Beck, Stereolab and Spiritualized, balancing both rock and electronic impulses.