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The Making of Coma Ecliptic

Between The Buried And Me

Year: 2015

Runtime: 01:00:44

The Making of Coma Ecliptic" offers an in-depth look into the recording process of Between the Buried and Me's album, "Coma Ecliptic". Directed and edited by Justin Reich, with additional footage supplied by Blake Faucette.

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Documentary, Metal, Progressive Rock

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