Automata I is the eighth studio album by the American progressive metal band Between the Buried and Me. It was released on March 9, 2018 through Sumerian Records, their first release with the label. It is the first part of a two-piece album-the second, Automata II, was released on July 13, 2018. Between the Buried and Me began recording the album on July 31, 2017 and finished on September 6, 2017, announcing it in January 2018 with 2018 tour dates set with The Dear Hunter and Leprous.
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Complete your Between the Buried and Me collection. Really? Someone bought this for 50$ in VG+/VG+ condition when there were a lot more Mint cheaper?(in both EU and US) Sounds like someone is trying to spike the price. Reply Notify me Helpful. referencing Automata I, LP, Album, Ltd, RP, Hal, none. Music is good, but this pressing with the half colors is not good. When my needle is tracking through the red color, there is an audible hiss that is not present when tracking over the clear.
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Written by Jadranka Balaš. They’ve been on the scene for 18 years, their almost impeccable discography counts eight albums and most importantly, BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME are a band behind the album Colors, one of the best progressive metal albums of our time. Do not call yourself a progressive music fan if you did not listen to this album, and of course, loved it. Technically perfect and always innovative, BTBAM is one of those bands of the future, those who if there was any justice in this world could write pages in the musical history
It’s interesting to hear a band like Between the Buried and Me eight albums into their career. Not only are they supremely talented at their craft and continuously challenging genre boundaries with each subsequent album, but they’re also experienced enough as musicians to learn from their mistakes. Their sound – essentially melding every style of music known to man – has matured nicely since Colors, and oddly enough, not much has changed.