Metal Blade Records artist Between The Buried And Me will be releasing The Parallax II: Full Sequence, their seventh full-length studio album, on October 9th. Jamie King, friend of the band and producer, engineered, mixed, and mastered the album while Chandler Owen has taken care of the artwork.
The album is a continuation of the story of their 2011 EP, The Parallax: Hypersleep. Guitarist Paul Waggoner further explains, “The two main characters of the story take on a journey through space and time with the unenviable task of having to cure the flaws of humanity by any means necessary. While the EP served mostly as an introduction to the characters, Future Sequence contains the action of the story. The lyrics are written in the stream of consciousness style, which really helps to capture the perspective and emotion of the characters. We really enjoyed the challenge of writing this record, and I think we were all pleasantly surprised with how well the music and lyrics jived with one another. I couldn’t be happier with how Future Sequence turned out.”
Read on for more information from vocalist/keyboardist Tommy Rogers as well as the official artwork for the album and tour dates for The Summer Slaughter Tour, which sees BTBAM touring with bands such as Cannibal Corpse, Periphery, Veil of Maya, and many more.
Wagner: “This album is BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME on steroids. I feel like we have created an album that perfectly mirrors the band we’ve been trying to create since day one. An album that has sounds that will stimulate many genres and music fans alike. A conceptual journey that takes the listener to worlds that seem familiar and worlds that make you scratch your head. From start to finish this is music we want to create, not music we think people want us to create. We create songs that keep us (and hopefully you) excited about heavy music. Keep listening… something new will be there each time. Enjoy the music… we enjoyed writing it.”
The Summer Slaughter Tour w/ Cannibal Corpse, The Faceless, Periphery, Veil Of Maya, Job for a Cowboy, Goatwhore, Exhumed, and Cerebral Bore
07/20 Los Angeles, CA House of Blues
07/21 San Diego, CA SOMA
07/22 Las Vegas, NV House of Blues
07/23 Scottsdale, AZ Venue of Scottsdale
07/25 Dallas, TX House of Blues
07/26 San Antonio, TX White Rabbit
07/27 Mission, TX Pharr Events Center
07/28 Houston, TX House of Blues
07/30 Tampa, FL The Ritz
07/31 Ft. Lauderdale, FL Revolution
08/01 Atlanta, GA The Masquerade
08/02 Knoxville, TN The Valarium
08/03 Charlotte, NC Amos Southend
08/04 Richmond, VA The National
08/05 Philadelphia, PA The Trocadero
08/07 Sayreville, NJ Starland Ballroom
08/08 New York, NY Irving Plaza
08/09 Albany, NY Northern Lights
08/10 Worcester, MA The Palladium
08/11 Montreal, QC Heavy MTL
08/12 Toronto, ON Heavy TO
08/14 Cleveland, OH House of Blues
08/15 Detroit, MI St. Andrew’s
08/16 Chicago, IL House Blues
08/17 Milwaukee, WI The Rave
08/18 Louisville, KY Expo Five *No Cannibal Corpse
08/20 Denver, CO Summit Music Hall
08/22 Seattle, WA Showbox SODO
08/23 Portland, OR Roseland Theater
08/24 San Francisco, CA The Fillmore
08/25 Anaheim, CA The Grove
w/ Periphery, Job For a Cowboy
08/27 Tucson, AZ The Rock
08/29 Oklahoma City, OK Diamond Ballroom
08/30 Springfield, MO Remington’s
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