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Between The Buried And Me


Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

4.13 | 134 ratings

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Isaac Peretz
5 stars Brilliant album! I really wish more progressive metal bands were as creative and innovative as this.

Between The Buried And Me started out as your typical metal-core band, until the release of their most popular record Colors, which had them define their signature sound. So releasing a sequel to the most important album in your career isn't an easy deal.

However I must say that in this occasion they managed to capture perfectly the essence of Colors, whether it is with small motifs for geeks or the over-the-top musicianship that is present in every single one of their records since Colors.

The album is very long and very complex, it's definitely not an easy listen. It has twelve tracks, two clocking at over ten minutes. However Between The Buried And Me's capability of entertaining the listener from beginning to end is top-notch.

Absolutely recommended to any progressive metal fan. Gotta give it five stars.

Isaac Peretz | 5/5 |


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