Between The Buried And Me Stream Remixed/Remastered Version Of “Alaska” Title Track

As previously reported, Between The Buried And Me will be releasing a remixed/remastered version of “Alaska” on September 25. Now, the updated version of the title track is available to stream below:

Between The Buried And Me To Release Remixed/Remastered Version Of “Alaska”

Between The Buried And Me will be releasing an updated version of “Alaska” on September 25. The effort was remixed/remastered by Jamie King and it can be pre-ordered HERE.

Tommy Rogers said the following:

“The new mix has really reconfirmed how much I enjoy this album. The ‘Alaska‘ era was a huge turning point for the band, and I think this album now sounds how we originally intended it to. Hopefully, our fans will reconnect with the album in a new way like I have. Regardless, I’m extremely excited for the world to hear these songs!”

Dustie Waring also commented:

“‘Alaska‘ has always been mega-special to us, as it was our first record with this line-up. I’m very excited for everyone to hear this album in the way that we originally envisioned it.”

Dan Briggs continued:

“This record was written while three of us were under 21 and only one of us was old enough to rent a car in any of the 50 states. We wrote it in Blake’s old bedroom in his parents’ basement and recorded it in Jamie King’s parents’ basement. Now it has been remixed in Jamie’s current basement and we are old and still playing in Blake’s parents’ basement.”

Blake Richardson added:

“I’m really excited for everyone to hear this record with a drum tone that doesn’t sound like the bottom snare mic was blasted to 500 percent.”

Between The Buried And Me Announce “Colors” Livestream Performances

Between The Buried And Me will be performing “Colors” in full during some upcoming livestreams on Twitch. The virtual concerts will take place on August 7-8 and they will be followed by a discussion focusing on the album on August 9. Here’s the group’s schedule:

“Colors” live: August 7 at 5pm PDT / 8pm EDT

“Colors” live: August 8 at 12pm PDT / 3pm EDT

“Colors” discussion: August 9 at 11am PDT / 2pm EDT

Between The Buried And Me & The Dear Hunter’s Split Release Is Now Available Digitally

Between The Buried And Me and The Dear Hunter’s split release is now available on Bandcamp. The effort, which finds The Dear Hunter covering Between The Buried And Me‘s “Rapid Calm“ and Between The Buried And Me covering The Dear Hunter‘s “The Tank,“ was previously only available as a 7 inch that was included with select ticket packages on their 2018 tour.

Between The Buried And Me To Release Remixed/Remastered Version Of “The Silent Circus”

Between The Buried And Me will be releasing an updated version of “The Silent Circus” on July 31. The effort was remixed/remastered by Jamie King and it can be pre-ordered HERE. Tommy Rogers commented:

“It’s been a great experience to revisit the more chaotic moments of our catalog with ‘The Silent Circus‘. Hearing this album with new ears has really helped us appreciate the many transformations we’ve exhibited over the years. I hope the fans enjoy diving into this insane album again as much as we have.”

Listen To Remixed/Remastered Version Of Between The Buried And Me’s Self-Titled Debut Album

Between The Buried And Me have released a remixed/remastered version of their 2002 self-titled debut album digitally and on vinyl. The effort, which was remixed/remastered by producer Jamie King, can be streamed below:

Between The Buried And Me, Plini, & Trioscapes Members Cover Weather Report’s “Teen Town”

Dan Briggs (Between The Buried And Me), Walter Fancourt (Trioscapes), and Chris Allison (Plini) recently teamed up for a cover of Weather Report‘s “Teen Town.“ A video for the track, which has been re-titled “Quaranteen Town,“ can be found below:

[via The PRP]

Between The Buried And Me Postpone 20th Anniversary Tour

Between The Buried And Me have postponed their 20th anniversary tour due to the coronavirus pandemic. The band commented:

“Good morning! We wanted to give you all an update on our upcoming US/Canadian ‘Evening With’ tour. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the inevitability of these shows having to be rescheduled has unfortunately become a reality. But rest assured, we WILL take this tour on the road as soon as it is safe and logistically feasible to do so. All purchased tickets and VIP packages will be valid for the new dates, so please continue to check here often for updates. In the meantime we ask that you stay safe, healthy, and alone. See you soon!!”

Between The Buried And Me To Release Remixed/Remastered Version Of Self-Titled Debut Album On Vinyl

Between The Buried And Me will be reissuing their 2002 self-titled debut album on vinyl on May 15. The effort, which will be available on clear colored vinyl (limited to 500 copies), has been remixed/remastered by producer Jamie King and it can be pre-ordered HERE.

Paul Waggoner commented:

“It’s always a strange feeling when you bring faded memories back into focus and find yourself reflecting on an adventure that started two decades ago and somehow still continues to this day. All the daily ups-and-downs and side-to-sides of being in a band can sometimes blur the past and make you forget where you came from, and why you started doing this thing in the first place. So it’s nice to dig up the bones of our humble beginnings, make them sound a little better, and present them to the people that have made this all possible.”

Tommy Rogers added:

“If you told me in 2001 that this album, we recorded in five days would eventually turn into a career that’s lasted 20 years, I would think you were absolutely mad. Here we are in 2020 getting to remix and remaster what started it all. It’s been a great experience listening back and giving this original Between the Buried and Me album a new life. We hope the fans enjoy this new mix by Jamie King as much as we have.”