Raleigh, North Carolina-based progressive metalcore quintet 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.

The dates are as follows:

Jan. 08 - Nashville, TN - Rocketown
Jan. 09 - Atlanta, GA - The Masquerade
Jan. 10 - New Orleans, LA - House of Blues
Jan. 11 - Houston, TX - Meridian
Jan. 12 - Dallas, TX - The Prophet Bar (Big room)
Jan. 13 - San Antonio, TX - The White Rabbit
Jan. 15 - Tempe, AZ - The Clubhouse
Jan. 16 - San Diego, CA - House of Blues
Jan. 17 - West Hollywood, CA - House of Blues
Jan. 18 - San Francisco, CA - Slim’s
Jan. 20 - Denver, CO - Cervantes
Jan. 22 - Louisville, KY - Headliners Music Hall
Jan. 23 - Detroit, MI - Magic Stick
Jan. 24 - Chicago, IL - House of Blues
Jan. 25 - Cleveland, OH - Peabody’s Downunder
Jan. 26 - Toronto, ON - Opera House
Jan. 27 - Montreal, QC - Club Soda
Jan. 28 - Boston, MA - House of Blues
Jan. 29 - Clifton Park, NY - Northern Lights
Jan. 30 - New York, NY - The Fillmore @ Irving Plaza
Jan. 31 - Philadelphia, PA - Trocadero
Feb. 01 - Baltimore, MD - Sonar
Feb. 03 - St. Petersburg, FL - State Theatre
Feb. 06 - Charlotte, NC - The Fillmore

BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME will play a record-release show for its new album, "The Great Misdirect", this Halloween at the Orange Peel in Asheville, North Carolina. The band will perform the entire new CD "plus some oldies" at the show, which will feature 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).

BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME will embark on a U.S. tour in November with support from VEIL OF MAYA and ANIMALS AS LEADERS. A list of tour dates can be found at this location.

"The Great Misdirect" was released on October 27 via Victory Records. A song from the CD, "Obfuscation", is available for streaming in the YouTube clip below. The nine-minute-and-fifteen-second track is a testament to the technically otherworldly original and proficient musicianship of BTBAM.


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