Tag: Black Flame

NEWS: Bury Tomorrow make forceable entry?

To us at least it comes as no surprise that “Boltcutter” has been chosen as the next single from the forthcoming new Bury Tomorrow album “The Seventh Sun” having witnessed the band, now a six piece, play the track in all its glory at Camden Electric Ballroom as part of their co-headlining tour with August

NEWS: Bury Tomorrow announce seventh studio record!

Ahead of their shows next month with Miss May I and August Burns Red, south coast Metalcore heroes Bury Tomorrow have announced their seventh album, the cunningly titled “The Seventh Sun” will appear via Music For Nations on 31st March 2023. That news comes with another single “Abandon Us” from the band who have grown

NEWS: Bury Tomorrow sentenced to life without parole?

As we wait for October and one of the most anticipated tours of the year, South Coast Metalcore heroes Bury Tomorrow have returned with the second single of the post Jason Cameron era of the band. The follow up to “Death (Even Colder)” is titled “Life (Paradise Denied)” and is adorned by similar artwork, subliminally suggesting that

NEWS: Bury Tomorrow get colder with new line up!

For those wondering what South Coast Metalcore heroes Bury Tomorrow would sound like without clean vocalist and guitarist Jason Cameron then wait no longer. The first taste of the new era of the band has appeared in single  “Death (Even Colder)” with the band having grown to a six piece with the addition of Ed

Interview: Fan Q&A with Bury Tomorrow!

Southcoast Metalcore heroes Bury Tomorrow are continuing the “Cannibal” promotional cycle ahead of a November 2021 European Tour with August Burns Red, Thornhill and Miss May I with a fan Q&A session. Guitarist and clean vocalist Jason Cameron and bassist Davyd Winter-Bates do all the talking with brightly coloured shirts being an optional extra.

Interview: Bury Tomorrow talk “Cannibal” with Heavy New York!

As the delayed release of “Cannibal“, the new album from South Coast Metalcore heroes Bury Tomorrow finally surfaces on 3rd July, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that frontman Dani Winter-Bates spoke to Heavy New York about it in this freshly ground interview, or that they diversified the conversation into Mental Health and the UK

Review: “Cannibal” by Bury Tomorrow

Our first introduction to South Coast Metalcore heroes Bury Tomorrow came with 2014’s sophomore album “Runes” and more specifically single “Man On Fire“. Adverts for the “Runes” tour were splashed all over the back of Metal Hammer Magazine and the first bite as they say was with the eye. They looked the part and the