A retrospective review/love letter for Between the Buried and Me’s ‘Colors’

Colors

Colors

I wrote about Between the Buried and Me’s “Colors,” the single most important record I have ever listened to. Without it, there’s a fair chance I wouldn’t have gotten into journalism in the first place. I can not overstate how important this record is to me. This, The Dillinger Escape Plan’s “Ire Works” and Opeth’s “Blackwater Park” were the big three albums that got me into extreme metal. But “Colors” was undeniably the most influential. The record came out 10 years ago and the band is celebrating with an anniversary tour. I can’t wait, but in the meantime, a Metal Injection article.

Check it out here.

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