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Incoming: Subsuelo 10-Year Anniversary, Andrew Berkeley Martin’s Rock & Roll Dreamland, Megadeth, Patti Smith with Jack Smith, Bobby McFerrin with Madison McFerrin, Dom Salvador, Marianne Faithfull, Micky Dolenz, Circle Jerks, Jackson Browne, Bob Mould, Green Day, Weezer, Fall Out Boy, A Flock of Seagulls, TLC, Keith Sweat, Caifanes, Hanson, Future Islands, Portugal. The Man, Jodeci, Buddy Guy, Gaby Moreno, Rufus Wainwright, the Milk Carton Kids, Scarypoolparty, Ty Segall, Wet Leg, Twin Shadow, Watkins Family Hour, Warbly Jets, Lindsey Stirling, Jagged Baptist Club, Barrio Fino, Little Simz, Zee Avi, Send Medicine, Leon Knight, Gang of Youths, Phish, Robyn Hitchcock, Olivia O’Brien, Salami Rose Joe Louis, Royal & the Serpent, Meatbodies, Between the Buried and Me, Say Sue Me, Between the Buried and Me, Brett Dennen, Zapp, Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, A-Trak, Dead & Company, Umphree’s McGee, Satellite Citi, D.A. Stern, the Delta Bombers, Grant-Lee Phillips, Lucy & La Mer

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best 2000s deathcore albums

Deathcore was a defining force of the 2000s metal scene. While polarizing at the time, it’s gained more respect in recent years through a new era of the genre. Still, the origins of the genre were filled with great releases that stand strong over a decade later.  While bands used to fight against metal elitists […]

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In 2016, I reviewed a Between The Buried And Me performance in San Francisco (review here). When co-headliners August Burns Red took the stage, a sea of subwoofers and poor room design kept me from enjoying the musicianship presented—which was devastating because Found in Far Away Places was my go-to metalcore album that year (review here). When BTBAM took the stage, however, every note was crisp, every guitar solo crystal clear. Not only did BTBAM use in-ears, but the front of house volume seemed to be reduced by nearly 25%, eliminating the effects of the poorly treated venue… I reminisce […]

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BTBAM are back with another installment of “prog metal nostalgia reinvented for vinyl,” this time with their 3rd full-length, Alaska. Same spiel as previous re-releases through Craft Recordings: the vinyl re-release is to pay homage to the band’s 20 year existence and is re-mixed by longtime producer Jamie King (Glass Casket, He Is Legend). The biggest difference between Alaska’s 2020 re-release and its two predecessors (Between The Buried And Me / Silent Circus) are their original mixes. Alaska was already decently mixed by Matthew Ellard (Converge, Bear vs. Shark, Fear Before the March of Flames) when it dropped in 2005. […]

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Continuing to celebrate their 20-year anniversary as a band, Between The Buried and Me (BTBAM) are re-releasing their 2003 sophomore album, The Silent Circus under Craft Recordings. Just like their self-titled re-release, The Silent Circus v2 was remixed and remastered by the group’s longtime collaborator, Jamie King (Glass Casket, He Is Legend). It is the only BTBAM full-length that he did not originally produce. The difference is evident as soon as the white noise fades out and “Lost Perfection A. Coulorphobia” begins. The mix throughout is much brighter, bringing out snappier snare drums and elevating the lead guitar melodies. King also […]

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Producer: Jamie King Label: Craft Recordings Score: 10/10 18 years ago, BTBAM’s self-titled debut was released on the indie metal German label, Lifeforce records. The album marks a time when founding members Tommy Rogers was finding his signature scream and guitarist Paul Waggoner was chugging more hardcore than sweeping metal. And it works. The record piqued the interest of […]

Side projects allow musicians the freedom to explore interests outside of their core band. While countless metal and punk fans stay rooted in genres directly, many of the artists involved love electronic music. Some of their interest in electronic music isn’t entirely surprising given their affinity for acts such as Nine Inch Nails, Depeche Mode […]