Buried Inside

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Buried Inside
OriginOttawa, Ontario, Canada
GenresMetalcore, post-hardcore, post-metal, progressive metal, hardcore punk
Years active1997–2010
LabelsRelapse
Websitewww.buriedinside.com
Past membersMike Godbout
Steve Martin
Emmanuel Sayer
Nick Shaw
Andrew Tweedy
Matias Palacios-Hardy

Buried Inside was a Canadian band from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

History[edit]

Buried Inside was formed in 1997, influenced by early metalcore and hardcore punk bands Acme, One Eyed God Prophecy, Drift, and Union of Uranus,[1] their sound included distorted vocals, creatively timed drumming, heavy use of octave double stops (which created a melodic effect), and occasional sampling of gloomy film dialogue or instruments such as the cello.[2] After releasing two independent albums, in 2005 they signed to Relapse Records and put out their "concept" album, Chronoclast;[3][2] that year the band toured North America with Eye-HateGod and Byzantine.[4]

In 2009 they released their fourth album, Spoils of Failure,[5][6] they played their final show on November 13, 2010.

Members[edit]

Final line-up[edit]

  • Andrew Tweedy – guitar, vocals
  • Nick Shaw – vocals
  • Mike Godbout – drums
  • Steve Martin – bass, vocals

Past members[edit]

  • Matias Palacios-Hardy – guitar (1997–2005, 2009–2010)
  • Emmanuel Sayer – guitar (2005–2009)

Discography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Buried Inside Talk Breakup" Archived 2017-04-26 at the Wayback Machine. Exclaim!, May 26, 2010
  2. ^ a b "Chronoclast: Selected Essays on Time-Reckoning and Auto-Cannibalism". Pop Matters, Adrien Begrand 22 February 2005
  3. ^ Maximum Rocknroll. Issue 273. Maximum Rock 'n' Roll. February 2006.
  4. ^ Garry Sharpe-Young (2005). New Wave of American Heavy Metal. Zonda Books Limited. pp. 71–. ISBN 978-0-9582684-0-0.
  5. ^ "Buried Inside Spoils of Failure (2009)". Punk News, Jordan Rogowski March 24th 2009
  6. ^ "INTERVIEWS :: Mike & Nick von Buried Inside". Metal News. Alexander Eitner | 27.02.2009

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