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Between The Buried And Me: Coma Ecliptic

Album Review

Engaging evolution from the US prog metallers.

It’s October 2012. A quiet, unassuming morning; birds chirp, people yawn over charred toast. And then, like a prog metal meteorite crashing into this feeble planet, Between The Buried And Me release their sixth album, The Parallax II: Future Sequence. On first listen, it sounds good. Really good. But later, it feels like the quintet’s magnum opus, its clever maelstrom of musicianship and melody a fizzing cauldron of pyrotechnics and prog pizzazz.

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