Hard & Heavy Horror & Heart ache, Southern Groove, Riff Worshipping, Rock 'n F'n Roll.
We're an American hard rock 4 piece from Columbia,SC. We're doing DIY and don't mind busting our ass. We're brothers in music and we do this because we love the process of creating and playing music live. It's simple as that.
We've played with all kinds of bands in different genres including Straight Line Stitch, SuperBob, The Independents, Your Chance To Die, and Filter as well as a horde of local bands that we call friends. We're growing a substantial fan base in Columbia and Charleston, SC and surrounding areas. We've completed our full length album titled "Arson For The Heart" available here. It was written and recorded on and off between 2011-2014. We like to describe the album and sound as "hard and heavy horror and heartache." It touches on topics like depression, suicide, death, love, loss, heartache, injustice, power, blood, destruction and the Salem witch trials. The album's title also says a lot about the long journey to completion. It took a lot of time, sacrifice, blood, sweat, heart, and determination, not to mention money that we saved up working day jobs, selling T-shirts and playing live shows. This album represents music that we wanted to make, natural, uncontrived, uncompromised, and true to ourselves.
We do this because we love it no matter what. Enjoy.
--"The guitar sounds like it’s penetrating the 9th level of hell." --Jamie Funk (theequalground.com
--"Buried Voices "Arson for the Heart" is truly a great album from start to finish. After listening to a track or two it's easy to forget that you're listening to a "local" band. The album is very polished with great riffs, catchy choruses, a solid rhythm section, and well placed, appropriately used leads. Buried voices are not only radio-friendly, they are radio-ready!" ---Casey Sanders (SCHORN Promotions)
--"I suppose the important thing about playing radio-ready heavy rock music is to sound the part. Lexington quartet Buried Voices certainly hits all the right cues, and the really quite excellent production on Arson for the Heart ensures the bands sledgehammer force hits with maximum impact.--Patrick Wall (Free Times Columbia)
--"Buried Voices are four guys from South Carolina that play the modern day equivalent of Heavy Rock, Heavy Modern Rock maybe? It could probably be labeled as many things at the end of the day, but all that's really important is the music, and it is catchy, groove laden Hard Rock that is often duplicated but very rarely this well, with all of the proverbial gears falling into place perfectly."--Dermie Skipper (Ride With The Devil Music Blog)