Some bands made metalcore bigger and/or more melodic in the new millennium, but Between the Buried and Me made it freakin’ proggy. On their 2003 sophomore effort, The Silent Circus, the North Carolina virtuosos injected dizzying tempo changes, intricate riffs and through-composed song structures into down-and-dirty metalcore madness. They’d go on to make even jazzier and more avant-garde albums down the line, but The Silent Circus is one that will also appeal to meat-and-potatoes metalcore fans.
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