Yesterday an episode aired on Shane Told's (vocalist of Silversein) podcast, Lead Singer Syndrome, with Terror frontman Scott Vogel and he had some interesting answers when asked about his former hardcore band from the late 90's, Buried Alive.
In case you forgot, Buried Alive was a 5-piece hardcore band Scott Vogel fronted that started in the late 90's and was eventually signed to Victory Records, with who they released the following records:
-Six Month Face 7" (1999)
-The Death of Your Perfect World (1999)
-Last Rites (2001)
The band eventually came to part ways in December of 2000 and Vogel started his now current band Terror in 2002.
Shane asked Scott about the history of the band from his joining to the end and how everything happened on his part on the bands split. Vogel goes on to explain being back in Buffalo, NY where Buried Alive originated from and running into all past band mates at a show after not speaking for nearly 15 years. Vogel doesn't confirm anything yet but does state that former members Jesse, Matt and Joe have been playing together on occasion and says "if there was ever going to be a Buried Alive show again it would be sometime in the near future, meaning in the next couple of years." Vogel goes on to say that now after becoming friends again with his former band members is making him revisit his music with the guys and finishes on that subject with "let's see what happens."
To hear the full episode: Lead Singer Syndrome by Shane Told: Episode 66- Scott Vogel