Thomas Giles “Don’t Touch The Outside”

On the frontman’s fourth (fifth technically?) release, Rogers takes his otherworldly tunes to a new level. Blake Richardson’s drum performance has taken the release to new ground, cementing the jams with groove and unmatched precision that didn’t exist in prior releases. Between The Buried And Me has turned into an unpredictable shapeshifter, and while not always for the better, the act’s ability to try new things and get them produced and released has gone on for almost twenty years. The fact that their frontman has released these quality records while also taking the driver seat of one of modern metal’s most prolific acts is worth acknowledging, but more importantly it seems like Rogers’ solo work is starting to eclipse that of his home-base outfit.

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