The Granada Theater – Lawrence, KS – Monday, April 13, 2015
Out of Raleigh, North Carolina, the progressive metal titans Between The Buried And Me played a short set on April 13, 2015, yet they still managed to deliver over an hour of amazingly heavy and dynamic music for the audience at the Granada Theater in Lawrence, KS. With their seventh studio album, Coma Ecliptic, a concept album set to be released in just a few months, Tommy Rogers, Paul Waggoner, Dustie Waring, Dan Briggs, and Blake Richardson are all at the top of their game and this was evident in their individual and collective performances. Opening up this evening was Kansas City locals, The Last Glacier, with The Atlas Moth out of Chicago providing direct support for BTBAM. Antihero Magazine photographer Thomas Woroniak captured the following shots from the pit.
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Owner/Editor/Photographer/Journalist at AntiHero Magazine -- Thomas is a concert photographer and writer living in the Kansas City, MO area. When he isn't elbowing people in the photo pit, he makes an actual living as a web developer and freelance motion graphics designer. He is also a guitarist and studied music composition at the University of Illinois at Chicago -- Author: Thomas Woroniak