Come and rock out with one of the hottest music stars in the country! Hailing from Raleigh, North Carolina,
progressive metal rockers Between the Buried and Me debuted their sound in early 2001 with members Tommy Rogers, guitarist
Paul Vaggoner, drummer Will Goodyear, guitarist Nick Fletcher and bassist Jason King. The quintet released their self-titled
album a year later with Lifeforce Records followed by 2003's "The Silent Circus." Now, they are back on tour and ready to
rock a concert venue near you! Don't miss your chance to see them perform their signature songs live! Get your concert tickets
from StubHub today, and be there for every face-melting guitar riff and amazing drum solo!
If you are ready for a great
time that will have you and your entire party enjoying a great live concert, you better get your hands on tickets to see Between
the Buried and Me today! With full blown guitar riffs and a rocker attitude, these guys are sure to impress when they tour
the country today, so make sure you have their tickets! Their latest album, The Parallax II: Future Sequence, received critical
acclaim and the admiration of fans and industry giants. It was released through Metal Blade Records, whom the band signed
with prior to the recording of the album. Their move to the label has helped the band gain exposure and gain a considerable
following. Don't miss your chance to experience this one-of-a-kind band live!
Between the Buried and Me is currently
on tour, appearing in towns all over the country, giving fans what they want most—to see them live, in person. The band
will be making stops in Boston, Milwaukee, Reno, Fort Lauderdale and many other cities in the US.
one-of-a-kind band has been called a progressive metal band with death metal influences. They have the keen ability to transition
seamlessly from thrash metal melodies to death metal growls and back to thick guitar riffs. The band utilizes all of their
members, making each a part of the crescendo of hardcore metal sounds that make up their unique blend of musical influences.
their sound is so different from what is out in the music world today, fans have asked what other bands inspired their blend
of styles. The band has said that they are influenced by bands from across the spectrum including Metallica, Motley Crue,
Queen, Soundgarden, Pantera, Pink Floyd and The Smashing Pumpkins.
About the Artist
Influenced by everyone
from thrash metal acts to grindcore, indie and more, the band's early influences consisted of Soundgarden, Pantera, Pink Floyd,
Earth Crisis. They formed in 2000 in their hometown of Raleigh, NC, and borrowed the lyrics to a Counting Crows song for their
band's name. They released their first three-song demo in the early 2000s, and it included the tracks "Use of a Weapon," "What
We Have Become" and "More of Myself to Kill." The album was critically-acclaimed and put the band on the map. Today, they
have released a total of six studio albums and other live recordings that fans can't seem to get enough of. And although their
music is great on a recorded track, it's even more exciting in person! They are known for the high-energy live shows, and
you won't want to miss a single moment! Buy your Between the Buried and Me tickets from StubHub today, and find out why fans
still can't get enough of this talented band!
After choosing a cool band name,
inspired by the lyrics from the Counting Crows song "Ghost Train," Between the Buried and Me began working on their first
collection of songs. Their first product was a three-song demo that contained the songs "Use of a Weapon," "More of Myself
to Kill" and "What We Have Become." These songs were later added to their self-titled debut album that included songs like
"Arsonist" that was a musical protest against the actions and beliefs of the controversial Westboro Baptist Church in Topeka,
Kansas. During this time, the band recorded their first music video for the song "Aspirations." While the band hadn't caught
the attention of a mainstream audience at this point in their career, they had made an impression on executives at Victory
Records, whom they later signed with. With the release of their second album, The Silent Circus, the band began getting noticed
on a larger scale. And by the time the band released their third album, Alaska, they had become a household name. They continue
to surprise and entertain music fans of all ages, and you won't want to miss your chance to see them perform live.
Between the Buried and Me has made it clear in their live performances that they are a must-see
act. In concerts where the band has been a part of a lineup of bands, fans seem to be there mostly to see this one-of-a-kind
group. They take fans on an intense ride from "Obfuscation" to "More of Myself to Kill" in one fluid motion, with the audience
cheering for more.
The band has proven themselves again and again. From their early days of progressive metal with releases
like "Colors" and "The Great Misdirect," to their more instrumental and hard-rocking heavy metal anthems like "White Walls,"
Between the Buried and me puts on a great show, and you won't want to miss a single moment of their live performances.