With video sharing giving fans in the Internet age the ability to access most any live show they might care to see, Between the Buried and Me decided that they wanted to do something different than the usual concert DVD. With Future Sequence: Live at the Fidelitorium, the band gives fans a more intimate performance, inviting them into the studio to watch the group play its daring sixth album, The Parallax II: Future Sequence, live in its entirety. Instead of a massive stage show with a light show and a screaming crowd, it's just the bandmembers putting on a casual performance, making it feel as though you've been invited to watch them play in their practice space. While it might not have the bombast of Colors Live, the subdued intimacy of Live at the Fidelitorium makes it a live DVD that Between the Buried and Me devotees shouldn't pass up.
AllMusic Review by Gregory Heaney
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