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#41
you think that tommy rogers should sound like m. shadows.......I'll tell him that when I see him again, he would laugh at you for being dumb.
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#42
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But the rapeyouintheasscore parts are the best ones...



I agree, I like to get raped in the ass by BTBAM. That's why they would have a CD that was all r.y.i.n.t.a.Xcore
#43
But the switching between the jazziness and the rapeyouintheasscore is what makes them cool.
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#45
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Joeys rasp and growl vocals suck arse. its like ****ty attempt of trying to be somewhat morphing grind with death vocals. and it doesn?t work. his clean vocals are nice though. If you don't believe me listen to the tracks "Roboturner" of alaska and "fire for a dry mouth" + "naked by the computer" of BTBAM st.

Who is Joey?
The vocalists name is Tommy Rogers and he does vocals well for the band.
All of his harsh vocals are great.
#46
haha really...joey? come on seriously...if your gonna make fun of someone in a band at least know who it is.

anyway...yeah i think it'd be bad ass if BTBAM did a dual album, one soft and one heavy...i love the "pretty" parts (as me and my friends call them) like in mordecai...that end solo coming out of his soft singing and jazzy clean solo is amazingggggg i love itt...then going into shevanel take 2 amazingggg
#47
By the way, could somebody enlighten me as to what a shevanel is? The word comes up quite a bit in their songs and I have no idea what it means.
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#49
Shevanel is a hobo they saw in Raleigh, NC with a dog named Plip. They were inspired by how happy the two of them seemed to be, despite the fact that neither of them had anything at all.

(its on their website in the song explainations for The Silent Circus)
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#53
Pantera - "Cemetery Gates"
Sepultura - "Territory"
Soundgarden - "The Day I Tried to Live"
Mötley Crüe - "Kickstart My Heart"
Pink Floyd - "Us and Them"
Queen - "Bicycle Race"
Metallica - "Blackened"
Faith No More - "Malpractice"
Doors - "People Are Strange"
Depeche Mode - "Little 15"
Smashing Pumpkins - "Geek U.S.A."
Blind Melon - "Change"


BTBAM cover album. Bicycle Race is gonna be either the greatest or gayest thing ever.
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um, yes it is.

sry if you havent heard of it, death metal bands that wear girl jeans = emodeath
#57
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And I would consider you an idiot.


Yeah i'm gonna have to agree with you on that. I just have them in my ITunes as "Mathcore" because I have no idea what else to call them.
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#58
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Yes they are very progressive. I would consider them Progressive melodic death metal.


Not death metal. At all.
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#59
Um ok? I wouldn't call blasting sixteenths; fast paced, heavy riffs; and guttural growling death metal, at all.

Edit: American melodic death metal is also known as "deathcore", which sounds retarted, but it gets its core suffix from it's influences from hardcore's DIY ethics and tempo.
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#60
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Edit: American melodic death metal is also known as "deathcore", which sounds retarted, but it gets its core suffix from it's influences from hardcore's DIY ethics and tempo.


But comparing BTBAM to other bands in the "deathcore" genre is blasphemous. When's the last time you heard someone compare Between the Buried and Me to Through The Eyes of the Dead?
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#61
They're covering Geek USA?!?

*gasp* / *orgasms at the sheer thought of this*
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#63
Ok, let me rephrase what I was saying.

They have melodic death metal "elements" to them. They have progressive elements to them. They have mathcore/metalcore elements to them. So instead of being criticized for generalizing them as melodic death metal or death core, I'll call them Prog. Death Math Metalcore.
#64
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I'll call them Prog. Death Math Metalcore.


Now it's just getting ridiculous.
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#65
Hahaha. Yeah, I was being a little sarcastic. I don't like being a genre nazi, but it seems like you can't make a statement about a band's genre without getting ridiculed for it nowadays.
#67
what the hell are they thinking covering Cemetary Gates? I mean c'mon, Paul Wagoner is a talented guitarist but is he even close to Dime? I think not.
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#68
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Um ok? I wouldn't call blasting sixteenths; fast paced, heavy riffs; and guttural growling death metal, at all.

Edit: American melodic death metal is also known as "deathcore", which sounds retarted, but it gets its core suffix from it's influences from hardcore's DIY ethics and tempo.


They're very close to metal, I'll give you that, but there are some parts of their songs that wouldn't be out of place in an As I Lay Dying or Hatebreed track. The drumming is a mix between melodic and straight-up death metal and I'll admit doesn't do much in the vein of metalcore, but does have some breakdown-style parts. The vocals are much deeper than most metalcore but still aren't really death vocals. BTBAM kind of transcends genres, really. I'm not going to go nitpicking anymore, but I'd say progressive metalcore.

...okay the genre classification is getting a bit ridiculous. Hahaha.
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#69
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what the hell are they thinking covering Cemetary Gates? I mean c'mon, Paul Wagoner is a talented guitarist but is he even close to Dime? I think not.

Not that it matters at all, but I would probably say that Paul Wagoner is a much more talented guitarist than Dimebag Darrel.

Although who is more talented than who is extremely irrelavent for what you're trying to argue. You're saying that a band shouldn't cover another band's song just because of their "talent"? Well if the band can play every note, and play it in time, (two things that I"m absolutely positive Between the Buried and Me can do) what says they shouldn't be able to cover it?
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#70
A lot of guitarists are more "talented" than Dimebag was. Dimebag's genius came in his riffs, which had incredible aggression, groove, and style, as well as his solos. He could shred his ass off as well, so it's debatable whether Wagoner is better. I like them both.
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#71
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Not that it matters at all, but I would probably say that Paul Wagoner is a much more talented guitarist than Dimebag Darrel.

Although who is more talented than who is extremely irrelavent for what you're trying to argue. You're saying that a band shouldn't cover another band's song just because of their "talent"? Well if the band can play every note, and play it in time, (two things that I"m absolutely positive Between the Buried and Me can do) what says they shouldn't be able to cover it?


Okay I apologize for making such a brash blanket statement. But I disagree and say that talent is relevant however I SUPPOSE their talent doesnt mean that they cant cover a song. But I dont think theyll be able to deliver it with any thing close to the kind of fire and passion that Dime and the rest of Pantera did. Of course that is a high and perhaps unreasonable expectation. I just think they should've picked a different song but if they do it well, kudos to them.
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#73
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you think that tommy rogers should sound like m. shadows.......I'll tell him that when I see him again, he would laugh at you for being dumb.



you know him?

anyway, silent circus is one of my favorite records.
it changed my life.
seriously
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#74
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They're very close to metal, I'll give you that, but there are some parts of their songs that wouldn't be out of place in an As I Lay Dying or Hatebreed track. The drumming is a mix between melodic and straight-up death metal and I'll admit doesn't do much in the vein of metalcore, but does have some breakdown-style parts. The vocals are much deeper than most metalcore but still aren't really death vocals. BTBAM kind of transcends genres, really. I'm not going to go nitpicking anymore, but I'd say progressive metalcore.

...okay the genre classification is getting a bit ridiculous. Hahaha.


Which parts wouldn't sound out of place in an As I Lay Dying or Hatebreed song?
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um, yes it is.

sry if you havent heard of it, death metal bands that wear girl jeans = emodeath
#75
Some of the riffs and breakdowns are typical minor scale/triplet chug things. Not many, but some...and since metal has such a picky fanbase, even a tiny bit of that will make a band un-metal.
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#77
im seeing these guys next thursday
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#78
Yeah I know him, he used to live around here when he played in Prayer For Cleansing. Now he lives out in Winston-Salem area. I did an interview with them for my High School newspaper last year.
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#79
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Yeah I know him, he used to live around here when he played in Prayer For Cleansing. Now he lives out in Winston-Salem area. I did an interview with them for my High School newspaper last year.


sweet

bttbam are one of my favorite bands
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