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Between The Buried And Me Re-Mix & Remaster Self-Titled Debut Album For Vinyl Reissue


Between The Buried And Me‘s 2002 self-titled debut album will be given a new vinyl reissue on May 15th. The band had its original producer Jamie King (Scale The Summit, Soften The Glare) re-mix and remaster the release for the occasion with pre-orders available now at this location. Craft Recordings will be releasing the outing on clear-colored vinyl limited to 500 copies in celebration of the band’s 20th anniversary.

Guitarist Paul Waggoner commented of revisiting the album:

“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.”

The band’s frontman, etc. 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.”