“Bury me under the soil deep, I want the rot from my bones to feed the trees, You will honor me as an enemy, Let our trial be the bricks of a memory” The third installment of the “3 albums that changed my life” series from South Coast Metalcore heroes Bury Tomorrow sees lead
Following last weeks insight into the albums that influenced Bury Tomorrow drummer Adam Jackson, the South Coast Metalcore hereos have past the mantle to vocalist Dani Winter-Bates for his holy trinity of records that changed his life. The “Cannibal” European headlining tour will kick off in November 2021 but will they manage to squeeze in
If you’re a regular reader of Metal Noise, you’ll know we love to find out the musical influences of bands, so we’re really happy that the drummer of South Coast Metalcore heroes Bury Tomorrow Adam Jackson has shared a trio of albums that changed his life while the band continue to promote their latest offering
Continuing their mini chat streams Bury Tomorrow bassist Davyd Winter-Bates, drummer Adam Jackson talk about what life is like on tour with their band mates, one week after the other members of the band did likewise. The videos come in support of the bands new album “Cannibal” while the a November 2021 co-headlining trek with
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.
When Bury Tomorrow were standing on stage at a sold out Roundhouse in London at the end of December 2019 on the last date of the “Black Flame” tour during which they played the album in full, frontman Dani Winter-Bates announced the new album “Cannibal” to follow the then new single “The Grey (VIXI)” for
In a coup for Metalcore fans, Bury Tomorrow have announced a co-headlining European tour trek with August Burns Red that sees Miss May I and Thornhill in support. The run starts in Brighton in November 2021 before running to Munster in Germany just before Christmas. The headliners have both released new albums in lockdown so
“Project Regeneration” probably has to stand up as one of the most highly anticipated albums of 2020 with original members of Static-X in Tony Campos (bass, backing vocals), Koichi Fukuda (guitars, keyboards programming) and Ken Jay (drums) creating new music around the vocals from unused demos from the much missed and dearly departed Wayne Static.
Working 80 hour weeks in the NHS and still being one of the best frontmen in British Metal? That would be Bury Tomorrow vocalist Dani Winter-Bates. He talks to Beez from Knotfest about the bands new (after a long delay for Vinyl processing) album “Cannibal” in this latest episode of their series Mosh Talks!
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