Between The Buried And Me - Automata II



7.9 | 69 votes |
Release date: 13 July 2018
Style: Progressive metalcore

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01. The Proverbial Bellow
02. Glide
03. Voice Of Trespass
04. The Grid

Line-up
Tommy Rogers - keyboards, vocals
Paul Waggoner - guitars
Dustie Waring - guitars
Blake Richardson - drums
Dan Briggs - bass

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24.05.2018 - 21:43
DeliciousDishes
So I guess this will be another shorter one? Or are the songs going to be ridiculously long?
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25.05.2018 - 08:48
Rating: 8
Ace Frawley
The Spaceman
Written by DeliciousDishes on 24.05.2018 at 21:43

So I guess this will be another shorter one? Or are the songs going to be ridiculously long?


According to Wikipedia, this one has a running time of 33:12. Song lengths in order are: 13:16, 2:13, 7:58, 9:45. Automata 1 was 35:13, so if you combine the two and treat as one album, that's over 1 hour of music.
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The sun shines over The Fool...
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28.05.2018 - 09:51
andreosokin
SOUNDERY
Damn, I thought the second album would be longer as it makes no sense, splitting a less-than-80-minute long album into two...

and 33 mins? 4 tracks? That's an EP, bruh
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13.07.2018 - 15:49
Rating: 7
iMorphball
The Proverbial Bellow is a hell of a song, but the rest is kind of "eh".
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13.07.2018 - 17:00
Rating: 8
musclassia
I'm glad I waited until this was released so I could listen to both Automata I and II together; I imagine either would've made for an underwhelming listen, but the two together deliver something approaching both the content and quality that I would expect from BTBAM. I don't think it's close to the level of their Colors-thru-Parallax II output, but with a couple of listens I could see it rivalling or exceeding Coma Ecliptic. Voice Of Trespass is probably the standout song from first listen
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14.07.2018 - 21:04
DeliciousDishes
Written by musclassia on 13.07.2018 at 17:00

I'm glad I waited until this was released so I could listen to both Automata I and II together; I imagine either would've made for an underwhelming listen, but the two together deliver something approaching both the content and quality that I would expect from BTBAM. I don't think it's close to the level of their Colors-thru-Parallax II output, but with a couple of listens I could see it rivalling or exceeding Coma Ecliptic. Voice Of Trespass is probably the standout song from first listen

Agree with everything except that Coma Ecliptic part completely (I like that record). I listened to both of these separately when they came out and they really do feel on the underwhelming side.

Especially for this second part I just expected more. The first one was good, a little underwhelming except for Blot. And this doesn't even reach that caliber. Hope they'll be back to making full albums after this.
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18.07.2018 - 11:59
Rating: 5
Theodore V
WTF is this It's nearly as cringy as Dream Theatre...
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