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Between The Buried and Me

Between The Buried and Me

Life Force 27

Released on April 30, 2002

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For those of you looking for anew way of experiencing heavy music, look no further than Between The Buried and Me. This compositional exploration combines brutal energy with melodic finesse in new, innovative ways which are sure to keep fans of all musical genres satisfied. From death, black and progressive metal to grind, breakdown and emotional hardcore, Between The Buried And Me transitions in and out of countless styles in a manner which will leave any listener pleased. Though it is only their first release, this cd displays a level of maturity which will definitely surpass any critic's expectations. BTBAM has created a new mold from which they will produce uncompromising music for years to come. Don't miss out on this one.!

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 16 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 More Of Myself To Kill Voted #1  27%
2 Arsonist  12%
3 Aspirations Voted #2  25%
4 What We Have Become  4%
5 Fire For A Dry Mouth  4%
6 Naked By The Computer  6%
7 Use Of A Weapon  5%
8 Shevanel Cut A Flip Voted #3  16%
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Tresa from Worthington, MN 
May 22 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is Between the Buried and Me's first album. If you've heard "Silent Circus", this is a step down from that because "Silent Circus" is definitely their best. This self-titled CD is really good for being their first release. There is a noticeable change from this self-titled CD to their other two. The music isn't as technical, but Tommy's voice is still awesome. There's a lot more singing in this album...which isn't a bad thing. Tommy does an amazing job singing. This album seems more personal than the other two. Definitely a good buy though. I love listening to this CD when I've had enough crazy guitar solos in "Silent Circus" and "Alaska".

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Lisa from Chico, CA 
Sep 18 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

i want to grovel at the feet of these guys. Simply amazing, i would kiss balls to be this awsome. Great Guitar work and kick ass vocals. The first song alone is worth the price

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Kyle from Eau Claire, WI 
Jul 9 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I've never really been into the metal with an emo twinge to it but these just rule. crazy technical with lots of musicality

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Adam from Woonsocket, RI 
Jan 4 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is one of my favorite metalcore records. The guitars are tight as hell, and Tommy's vocals are awesome. I would recommend this album for anyone who likes metal or hard music. A classic.

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Jordan from Niagara Falls, ON Canada 
Apr 22 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

simply amazing. the cd that started it all. very good cd, buy it if your a fan. the new cd is good but not as good as this, 8 songs 42 minutes well worth the price.

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Chris from Bountiful, UT 
Nov 24 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Wow this cd is nuts, crazy fast screaming like converge or curl up and die to heavy ass breakdowns and some melodic parts. A Cd you've never heard, highly recommended for fans of converge, hatebreed, throwdown, eighteen visions. Some people say hey like this one better than they're new one "The silent circus" on Victory Records, I would get that one first but either way both kick ass albums that you surely wont be dissapointed with

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Tyler from Burke, VA 
Oct 5 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I don't even know where to start with this CD. Amazing. It's the best metal cd I have ever heard. Vocal range = Amazing. This CD has something for everyone. If you don't own this cd or plan to order it within the next 10 minutes; Kill yourself.

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Jason Topete from Elk Grove, CA 
Sep 5 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

oh my fucking god!! fucking serious metalcore.growly vocals brutalriffs. i play this cd non stop and i still cant stop listening to it. fuckin great cd. own this or i own you. worth the 13$. buy this if you like 18 visions,bleedingthrough,FATA,and darkest hour,

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Matthew from Ormond Beach, FL 
Jul 17 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Simply Put: One of the best Hardcore/Metalcore cds I have ever heard. Up there with Poison The Well's "The Opposite Of December" and Dead To Fall's "Everything I Touch Falls To Pieces". This Album is coated with beauty, And reeks of Brutality. "Aspirations" and "More Of Myself To Kill" are the standout tracks, But every single track on here is amazing. If you have not bought this cd yet, 1) Buy it. 2) Inflict pain upon your body.

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Lea from Huntington, WV 
Jun 17 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

brutal....that is the word for this cd...pure brutality. at the first second of this cd is starts off with Tommy's awesome growling vocals that go all over from a deep black/death metal growl to a very sweet singing voice that is very incredible.the music on this disc is specatacular and the guys have have so much talent. i had the pleasure of seeing these guys live a month or so ago with Dead to Fall, and these two bands put on the best show i have ever seen.I't so cool this band is on Victory now, cuz it has the most awesome hardcore and emo bands. This cd is undescribable, you have to get this cd if you love hardcore and all types of metal. also get "everything i touch falls to pieces" by Dead To Fall, also on Victory.

 
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