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COLORS

Between The Buried And Me

 

Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

3.96 | 278 ratings

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DASistGrantTeeL
5 stars BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME is a metal band from North Carolina performing unpredictable genre changing music. Although the band is relatively new, they have gained quite a large following with their critically acclaimed album "Alaska". So everyone was on the edge of their seats in anticipation for "Colors" their fifth installment (if you count "The Anatomy of...). The album begins with a short piano intro leading you into the album, which is far heavier than your led to believe within the first minute, and After about 15 minutes you begin to wonder what song your on, and you then realize that this album is gapless giving the feel of one epic track, being pulled off very well I might add. Guitar work is phenomenal as well as percussion, bass, and vocals, come to think of it this whole album is phenomenal. This is a definite progressive masterpiece and although very heavy it contains just about something for everyone.
DASistGrantTeeL | 5/5 |

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