THE RED CHORD, BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME Members Interviewed On 'Metal Injection Livecast'

THE RED CHORD bassist Greg Weeks and BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME guitarist Paul Waggoner were interviewed on the October 28 edition of the Metal Injection Livecast. The episode can be streamed in its entirety using the audio player below.

THE RED CHORD shot a video for the song "Demoralizer" on October 31 with director David Brodsky, who previously helmed the band's "Dread Prevailed" clip. The song comes off THE RED CHORD's fourth full-length album, "Fed Through the Teeth Machine", which was released on October 27 in the U.S. via Metal Blade Records. The CD was recorded at Jonny Fay Backyard Studios, which is owned by the band's former guitarist Jonny Fay, and it was mixed and mastered by Chris "Zeuss" Harris, who has previously worked with HATEBREED and SHADOWS ALL, among others.

BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME will kick off a North American headlining tour on January 8, 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee. Support on the trek will come from CYNIC, THE DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT and SCALE THE SUMMIT.

BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME played a record-release show for its new album, "The Great Misdirect", on Halloween at the Orange Peel in Asheville, North Carolina. The band performed the entire new CD "plus some oldies" at the concert, which featured additional appearances by GLASS CASKET (featuring BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME drummer Blake Richardson and guitarist Dustie Waring), BRAVEYOUNG and TORCHRUNNER (featuring BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME's merch/light guy Chuck Johnson).

"The Great Misdirect" was released on October 27 via Victory Records.


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