Alaska is the third studio album by progressive metal band Between the Buried and Me. It was released on September 6, 2005 through Victory Records and is the first album to feature the band's current lineup, with the addition of Dustie Waring on guitar, Dan Briggs on bass, and Blake Richardson on drums. The band co-produced the album with Matthew Ellard, who produced the band's last album The Silent Circus, and Jamie King, who had previously produced the band's self-titled album.
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Alaska is the third studio album by progressive metal band Between the Buried and Me. It was released on September 6, 2005 through Victory Records and is the first album to feature the band’s current lineup, with the addition of Dustie Waring on guitar, Dan Briggs on bass, and Blake Richardson on drums.
With the loss of three members of Between The Buried and Me, fans were concerned as to whether Alaska would be up to the standard of previous releases. With new members from Glass Casket, Between The Buried and Me have not only outdone previous efforts, they have proven that the core of the band consists of Tommy and Paul, the band's founders. Fans worried about the presence of new members can put all fears to rest. The bass has much more grove than ever and a much nicer tone in both clean and heavy sections. The last track of the album starts as a pretty acoustic instrumental and morphs into an actual jazz song. It was near impossible to imagine, but Between The Buried and Me have actually outdone previous efforts with this record. While there are obvious highlights, not one song is out of place. Brutal and beautiful, this is a strong contender for album of the year.
Alaska is a music studio album recording by BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME (Tech/Extreme Prog Metal/Progressive Rock) released in 2005 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. What is not contreversial is the variety of influences this band uses to create some of the most unique music in the genre. Their latest album Alaska succeeds in passing shades of John Petrucci, Mikke Akerfelt, and many others past a listener's ears. Between the Buried and Me is difficult to categorize, because of the mass amount of influences they have and styles they cover.
Alaska (2005) by Between the Buried and Me. Labels: Victory Records. Genres: Metalcore, Progressive Metal .
3. Croakies and Boatshoes. 4. Selkies: the Endless Obsession. 5. Breathe in, Breathe Out. 00:55. 7. Backwards Marathon. Other productions from Between The Buried And Me. Automata II. Automata I. Coma Ecliptic - Live. Future Sequence : Live at the Fidelitorium.
Between the Buried and Me's forward-thinking musical agenda was already well established by the release of third album, Alaska (their second for Victory Records), but it's questionable whether their complex creative vision had yet coalesced in such stunningly satisfying fashion. Come to think of it, there is no argument