BURY TOMORROW have quickly become one of the most exciting bands on the world circuit.
Debut album „Portraits“ (info) was a prime example of how Metalcore SHOULD be done, showing flashes of brilliance usually expected from bands far older and more experienced.
With equal emphasis on Heaviness and Melody, BURY TOMORROW have forged a sound that is as crushing as it is catchy.
In a genre full of sugar coated, cookie cutter bands mixing singing and screaming to identical effect, BURY TOMORROW are a breath of fresh air…
Their melodies are rich and soaring, guitarist Jason Cameron’s husky singing tones invoking the classic 80’s stadium rock vibe, whilst frontman Dani’s monstrous roars and energy coupled with the water-tight riffs of the band make for a salivating prospect.
After numerous tours around the world with the likes of ATTACK ATTACK!, WHILE SHE SLEEPS, OTEP, ALESANA, OF MICE & MEN, ASKING ALEXANDRIA and many many more, BURY TOMORROW are set to make a devastating return to the fold with their follow up offering, „The Union Of Crowns“, released worldwide this Summer through Nuclear Blast.
Taking the foundation laid down by „Portraits“’ and building on every aspect of that sound, „The Union Of Crowns“ (info | shop) is packed to the brim with infectious hooks and city leveling breakdowns. A strong theme of Monarchy runs throughout the album playing on various metaphorical and literal scenarios. This is a darker, heavier, more focused record from BURY TOMORROW but one that still retains an enormous sense of melody.
2014’s »Runes« (Info | Shop) saw a veritable dam-break for the band, a UK rock chart number one and top 40 success in the mainstream, it was a record that enabled them to take their devastating live show to festival main stages across Europe and the UK, before finally culminating in a headline tour which saw the band playing to 1400 braying fans at a sold out London KOKO.
Now though, with »Earthbound« (Info | Shop), they have stepped things up yet another gear. With the new album looming on the horizon, BURY TOMORROW’s fortunes look set to go through the roof and all the hard work pay off in spades. It will be released on January 2016.