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'Alaska' Was Where Between the Buried and Me Clicked

After a couple of albums figuring out what they wanted to do musically and a few years shuffling members, Alaska is really where things started to click into place for Between the Buried and Me.

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Between the Buried and Me's 'Automata II' Is an Epic, Emotional, and Eccentric Masterpiece

Exploding with captivating melodies, genre-splicing resourcefulness, and remarkable cohesion, Automata II exemplifies what makes Between the Buried and Me so skillful, striving, and singular.

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Pyrrhon: What Passes for Survival

Technical death metal outfit Pyrrhon returns with their most captivating record in What Passes for Survival, establishing their position in the pantheon of the genre.

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Revocation: Empire of the Obscene

Nearly a decade on, the Boston band's debut holds up and stands to melt the other digital files in your collection.

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Spawn of Possession: Incurso

Spawn of Possession's third album, Incurso, is a painstakingly assembled example of ridiculous levels of virtuosity and complexity, and like the band's previously celebrated releases, it contains zero material likely to appeal to anyone desiring undemanding music.

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Born of Osiris: The Discovery

No matter what subgenre they're classified as, Born of Osiris is consistent in their creation of assaultive, intricate metal, and The Discovery is no exception.


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