Between The Buried And Me “Automata II”

Continuing their vision for their latest installment, BTBAM delivers four odd tracks to satiate serial fans and enthusiasts. It’s hard to imagine the group is eager to attract new comers at all at this point, with tracks like “Glide” completely isolating the band in the realm of psychobilly. It’s hard to imagine this is the same band that delivered their debut record, even though it’s barely the same personnel aside from Paul and Tommy. While the group sprinkles some deep end vocals and blast beats, the majority of the output here is the band’s ultra-polka, washboard infused synthesizer rock, with no “great, big gig in the sky” moments that made The Parallax series and Coma Ecliptic so enticing.

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