Between the Buried and Me Set to Play The Clubhouse Come January

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Between the Buried and Me's The Great Misdirect Tour rolls through The Clubhouse on Friday, January 15. Things will get underway at 7 PM. 

The tour will also feature Cynic, The Devin Townsend Project and Houston experimental metal band Scale the Summit. It's quite a packed bill for that ominous Friday night in January. As well, this tour is the perfect example of a metal show that could have been at the now closed Sets, but has now sought refuge at The Clubhouse. 

Tickets are $15 advance/$17 day of and info can be found at www.mantoothgroup.com.

For those wondering where the hell the name "Between the Buried and Me" comes from, it is a lyric from the Counting Crows song, "Ghost Train." You learn something new every day.

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