The Great Misdirect is the fifth studio album by GRAMMY-nominated progressive metal five-piece, Between The Buried and Me. Formed in 2000, the band gained traction through an active touring schedule, which included Ozzfest, plus supporting dates with likes of Coheed and Cambria, The Dillinger Escape Plan and Every Time I Die, and quickly became critical favorites for their versatile "Thinking Man's Metal." This 10th anniversary vinyl edition is newly remixed and remastered. Despite the album featuring six-songs, it's playing time is almost one hour, including the band's longest track to date "Swim to the Moon" which surpasses 17 minutes. The Great Misdirect is described by Metal Injection as "an evolved and brilliant sonic wonderland."