BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME: Experience New Album One Song At A Time

Raleigh, North Carolina-based progressive metalcore quintet BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME will bring a full-on audio and visual assault to everyone's computer screen starting today (Tuesday, September 4) in anticipation of their new album, "Colors" (in stores September 18). Clocking in at a beefy 64 minutes, "Colors" can be experienced one song at a time before it even hits stores. Victory Records will release a new song from "Colors" every weekday (between September 4 and September 12) along with art and video interpretations for each piece. The band will also contribute their own thoughts and descriptions on the origin of each song and give their rabid fans and aspiring artists the opportunity to submit their own artistic interpretations of what the song means to them. Each song will stream for only 24 hours, so make sure you return every day to hear the next part of the album.

Check out the music at this location.

The band has been anxiously waiting to hit the road again, so in the spirit of the record, the band is taking out their friends in HORSE THE BAND, ANIMOSITY and THE END. The tour starts with a pair of hometown shows in North Carolina on September 26 and September 27, continues to canvas the country before a grand finale appearance at the Saint & Sinners Festival in Asbury Park, NJ.

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