It’s no secret that North Carolina’s Between the Buried and Me have been working on their upcoming seventh LP with producer Jamie King. It’s also no secret that it’s been hyped up as a full-blown rock opera and could very well be a big turning point for the band’s future. But what was lesser known is that the band was planning a brief tour through the Midwest and East coast this April! Support will be coming from Chicago’s The Atlas Moth, who will help bring a lot of diversity to the tour with their unique brand of psychedelic and densely-layered post-sludge metal. Dates are posted below!
4/5 Asheville, NC – The Orange Peel
4/6 Charleston, SC – Music Farm
4/8 Pensacola, FL – Vinyl Music Hall
4/9 New Orleans, LA – The Howlin Wolf
4/10 Austin, TX – Texas Independence Fest
4/11 Dallas, TX – Atomic Music Fest
4/13 Lawrence, KS – The Granada
4/14 St Louis, MO – The Ready Room
4/15 Indianapolis, IN – Old National Center
4/17 Worcester, MA – New England Metal Fest
4/18 Portland, ME – Port City Music Hall
4/19 Lancaster, PA – The Chameleon Club
The band also revealed yesterday that they’re wrapping up Tommy Rogers’ vocals in the studio right now, and the results are pretty strange to say the least. The band thinks it’s got a “bored old dad sound,” but what do you think? Let us know in the comments!