Drummer Blake Richardson comments on the approach to recording this DVD: "We've always been fans of dvds where it's just the band, you don't have any other distractions". Vocalist/keyboardist Tommy Rogers explains further: "We wanted to give the fans something that made them feel a little closer to us, and made them almost feel like they're at practicee with us."
"Future Sequence: Live at the Fidelitorium" will be in stores on September 26th, 2014. A trailer is on-line now, along with pre-order bundles, at metalblade.com/btbam.
"Future Sequence: Live at Fidelitorium" was directed and edited by Justin Reich, with director of photography Ismail Abdelkhalek, and audio engineers Jamie King and Kris Hilbert. Audio mixing and mastering was completed by Jamie King. Guest musicians include: Walter Fancourt (tenor saxophone, flute), Julian Hinshaw (Tuba), Will Goodyear (marimba, glockenspiel), Taya Ricker (violin), David Parks (violin), Leigh Dixon (viola), and Socrates Razo (cello).
Upon its released in 2012, "The Parallax II: Future Sequence" became the band's highest Billboard Top 200 chart debut of their career at #22. The album was recorded during the spring of 2012 at The Basement Studios in Winston-Salem, N.C., and was produced by the band and longtime creative partner Jamie King. It was Between The Buried And Me's first full-length release on Metal Blade Records, preceded by "The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues", an EP that began the story of the two characters: Prospect I and Prospect II.
"The Parallax II: Future Sequence is a 72-minute, 12-track concept album drawn in widescreen proportions of near-insanely detailed intricacy." DRUM! Magazine
"their sixth and most ambitious album to date" SPIN.com