Between The Buried And Me--'The Great Misdirect' With the fifth studio release from the North Carolina progessive death metal act Between the Buried and Me, vocalist Tommy Rogers says that the new album is, "some of the best material they ever created," and we agree. The band keeps to their palette of style changing based on the vocals provided; but despite the complexity, it carries depth with meaning.

When speaking to Noisecreep recently, Rogers explained that he "got really obsessed with the human brain, magic and code" during the writing process of the album, and thus created one of their best singles to date "Obfuscation," which is sure to please a myriad of metal audiences. This release is right up the alley for both fans of Cynic and Opeth!

Additionally, as the album has just landed, they will be taking to the road alongside Animals as Leaders for a mini-tour beginning in November of this year. Starting off in Kettering, Ohio, the band will make a sweep through the Midwest as well as the South before ending back in their native state in Wilmington, N.C.

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