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Between The Buried And Me share second single from new album

Saturday, July 24, 2021 10:48 AM PT / 2,293 views

Between The Buried And Me have premiered new track, "Revolution In Limbo," the second song taken from their forthcoming album, Colors II, which is slated for an August 20 release through Sumerian Records.

"Revolution In Limbo" can be streamed here:


29 comments


anonymous 89 days ago

They should call it "Colors 5 or 6" because everything they have done since colors is put out a more convoluted and less focused shitty version of colors. It no longer becomes ground breaking when you dug up all the soil and do the same progressive bullshit over and over again.


anonymous 89 days ago

When your priorities in song writing to be "progressive" and "different" dwarf all other aspects of song writing, your band becomes an insincere novelty, a grandiose circus devoid of the meaning that befits that platform.


anonymous 89 days ago

Dudes who wear glasses are f*cking pumped right now


anonymous 89 days ago

The latest Contortionist album is light years ahead of this


anonymous 89 days ago

^ you sound like a full blown bitch the kind at the truck stops


anonymous 89 days ago

guitar nerds are gay so is between the buried and me. its music not a f*cking dissertation assholes


AmusedToDeath 89 days ago

^ you sound like a full blown bitch the kind at the truck stops I am that bitch, and to be quite frank, you don't have even the $10 needed to even get a hand job from these miraculous hands. Try harder, sire.


anonymous 89 days ago

1st address me as master, 2nd I don't need to give anyone $10, once u see me u will be paying ME


anonymous 89 days ago

The first minute made me almost hope they got back to Alaska - this band was so innovative and brutal back then. f*ck this lame stuff that's so incredibly outstretched. Where's the new Primer? The new Medicine Wheel? So disappointing


anonymous 89 days ago

cashing in on the pandemic hoax like the rest of them


anonymous 89 days ago

anonymous 6 hours ago When your priorities in song writing to be "progressive" and "different" dwarf all other aspects of song writing, your band becomes an insincere novelty, a grandiose circus devoid of the meaning that befits that platform. And here I was thinking the band was pretentious.


anonymous 89 days ago

if they wanted to be progressive they would actually hire a f*cking keyboarder, they just sound like a local bar band


anonymous 89 days ago

Skateboardist


anonymous 89 days ago

My 2 dads are into this band lol


anonymous 88 days ago

how about doing something else like an album full of 2-3 minute songs? -_-


anonymous 88 days ago

you are all so sad.


anonymous 88 days ago

Alaska was the best thing they made also f*ck you carve you're a c*nt


anonymous 88 days ago

So many butthurt geekboy comments over a band nobody has cared about since 2005


anonymous 88 days ago

between the shriveled lime green dingus and me


anonymous 88 days ago

Prayer for Cleansing was 100x better than anything this band ever did


anonymous 88 days ago

Colors 1 kicked the shit out of S/T. S/T kicked the shit out of Prayer for Cleansing. Colors 2 will at least be better than S/T. Therefore, Colors 2 > Prayer for Cleansing. Q.E.D.


anonymous 87 days ago

This is music is not White Boy Summer approved


anonymous 87 days ago

Between the toilet and me Wearing masks in a studio. Stay safe nerds


anonymous 87 days ago

The guitar tones are 100% garbage and Jamie King is a terrible producer. Imagine how big their sound could be if they had switched 15 years ago. Now on top of being not only terrible sonically the writing has also become progressively lazier because he doesn't pushed them at all.


anonymous 87 days ago

With Dead Hands Rising already released this formula back in 2004 and did it 100x better.


anonymous 87 days ago

Agreed with the person above. Guitar tone sounds like a can of Coke being poured onto a sidewalk.


anonymous 86 days ago

Is this sheeeitrock?


anonymous 86 days ago

Someone needs to Bob Rock this band so they can finally write a cohesive album where they're challenged and it actually sounds good.


anonymous 86 days ago

PFC was good in 2001. Have yall gone back an listened to that shit? It's soooo corny and bad in 2021. This band needs to just do mellow and pretty shit. Their heavy stuff is a snoozefest, but the lighter parts are way more impactful.





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