Buried Realm: Buried Realm-2022.

Buried Realm: Melodic Technical Death Metal from United States.


The Ichor CarcinomaFull-length2017 
Dust to DustSingle2017 
Temple GraveyardSingle2019 
Embodiment of the DivineFull-length2020 
He’s Back (The Man Behind the Mask)Single2021 
Spectral LightSingle2022 
Buried RealmFull-length2022


Josh DummerEverything
See also: Circaic, ex-Frozen Eternity

2.Spectral Light05:00 
3.Poison Palace05:11 
4.The Iron Flame04:46 
5.Witch Bones03:43 
6.Where the Armless Phantoms Glide04:01 
7.Elder Gods04:17 
8.Quicksand Memory05:37 
9.He’s Back (The Man Behind the Mask) (Alice Cooper cover)03:53 

One thought on “Buried Realm: Buried Realm-2022.

  1. EvilG

    Hailing from Colorado Springs, USA, Buried Realm is the one-man project of Josh Dummer who enlists the help of prominent musicians from around the world to bolster his already impressive songwriting and performance. Having released two albums already, “Embodiment of the Divine” (2020) and “The Ichor Carcinoma” (2017).he is gearing up to release a third, a self-titled full-length with a well-rounded group of well-known guests. The first single out will be “Spectral Light” featuring Dean Arnold (Primalfrost, ex-Vital Remains) who has appeared on both of the previous albums. Dummer gives some insight into the track:

    “One of the faster songs on the album, “Spectral Light“ carries fun, intertwining leads/ melodies and non-stop, in-your-face vocals. The lyrics are mostly inspired by disturbing horror stories of possession and exploring the dark side of one’s mind.”

    Taking influence from Swedish melodic death metal greats such as Opeth, Soilwork, and Scar Symmetry, listeners can expect to be confronted with a wall of riffs, wailing solos, and insane drumming. The album has its traditional arrangements at times but is also built on technical and chaotic grounds. Having opened up to the creativity of other musicians, “Buried Realm” is a decisive and original composition.

    The nine-track album comes in at 38 minutes and is a ride of metal craftsmanship all the way through. It features other guests including Bob Katsionis and Christofer Malmström. Buried Realm is the result of Dummer always wanting to release a solo album and after working with many great musicians he intends to keep going as long as possible.

    The album “Buried Realm” is recommended for fans of Scar Symmetry, Children of Bodom, and Nevermore.
    Track Listing:
    1. Entrance (2:00)
    2. Spectral Light (5:00)
    3. Poison Palace (5:11)
    4. The Iron Flame (4:46)
    5. Witch Bones (3:43)
    6. Where the Armless Phantoms Glide (4:01)
    7. Elder Gods (4:17)
    8. Quicksand Memory (5:37)
    9. He’s Back (The Man Behind the Mask) (Alice Cooper cover) (3:53)
    Album Length: 38:23

    Album Recording Credits:
    – All songs performed by: Josh Dummer
    – All songs written by: Josh Dummer
    – Produced by: Josh Dummer
    – Mixed by: Ronnie Björnström
    – Mastered by: Ronnie Björnström
    – Album Artwork by: Pär Olofsson

    Album Band Line Up:
    – Josh Dummer – All instruments and vocals
    – Heikki Saari – Drums
    Guest Performances:
    – Bob Katsionis (Witch Bones)
    – Christian Münzner (Poison Palace)
    – Christofer Malmström (Elder Gods)
    – Christopher Amott (The Iron Flame/ Quicksand Memory)
    – Dan Swanö (Where the Armless Phantoms Glide)
    – Dean Arnold (Spectral Light, Primalfrost)

    For more info:

    A true visionary is a rare thing, but such a man is Josh Dummer exemplified in his solo studio project Buried Realm. Influenced by personal experience and executed through metaphors, the progressive and heavy metal leaves room for interpretation and paints an interesting picture for listeners.

    Inspired by Opeth, Kreator, Old Man’s Child, Symphony X (and tons of old Hair Metal!), Dummer is a man who is not afraid to gaze into the abyss for music and lyrical inspiration. He describes Buried Realm’s music as ‘fierce, cutting, technical, melodic, and memorable.’

    Following up on his long-time idea of releasing a solo album, he seized the chance with his first offering “Ichor Carcinoma”. Released in 2017 it features guests such as Christopher Amott (Arch Enemy, Armageddon), Peter Wichers (Soilwork), Teemu Mäntysaari (Wintersun) and Travis Montgomery (Threat Signal, Jeff Loomis band).

    In 2020, Dummer released is the follow-up sophomore “Embodiment of the Divine” and while it was parallel to the first, both musically and lyrically, it took a step in a sojourn journey. It featured many guests such as Andy Gillion (Mors Principium Est), Benjamin Ellis (Scar Symmetry), Bob Katsionis (ex-Firewind), Dean Arnold (Primalfrost, Operus, ex-Vital Remains), Lee McKinney (Born of Osiris), Peter Wichers (ex-Soilwork), Rafael Trujillo (ex-Obscura), and Ryan Strain (Chaos For The Masses.

    The next chapter in Dummer’s journey is the release of his third self-titled Buried Realm studio album on June 3, 2022. Once again, Dummer has invited many guests on this record with Bob Katsionis (Witch Bones), Christian Münzner (Poison Palace), Christofer Malmström (Elder Gods), Christopher Amott (The Iron Flame/ Quicksand Memory), Dan Swanö (Where the Armless Phantoms Glide) and Dean Arnold (Spectral Light, Primalfrost). The lyrical theme on this full length is about paranormal and psychological twists… mind tricks.

    2022 – Buried Realm
    2020 – Embodiment of the Divine
    2017 – The Ichor Carcinoma


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