Tag: Bury Tomorrow

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

Playthough: “Provision” from August Burns Red!

There are playthrough videos and then there is August Burns Red guitarist JB Brubaker playing through “Provision” at Showbox SoDo in Seattle, Washington on the “Atonement” Tour with Killswitch Engage from the unique perspective of a 360 cam attached to the body of his guitar edited by Ray Duker. You can catch the Progressive Metalcore

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

Bootleg: “Paramount” from August Burns Red!

Filmed by Ray Duker and edited by Clint Tustin, August Burns Red have shared a live rendition of “Paramount” as they head into an extended run of shows that will eventually see them wind up in Europe, co-headlining with Bury Tomorrow and with support from Miss May I and Thornhill. Those rescheduled shows are now

Throwback: “Lionheart” from Bury Tomorrow!

We knew that with their co-headlining European tour trek with August Burns Red pushed back to 2022 there had to be a reason for South Coast Metalcore heroes Bury Tomorrow not making an appearance at the Download Festival pilot event in June so the announcement of the departure of guitarist and clean vocalist Jason Cameron