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How ‘Cannibal’ is an album full of firsts for Bury Tomorrow
How ‘Cannibal’ is an album full of firsts for Bury Tomorrow
Planning an album release in April 2020 was a purely innocent decision for Bury Tomorrow, but the state of the world had other ideas. Forced to postpone dropping their sixth effort until July 3 due to the ongoing pandemic, the Southern U.K. metalcore ballbusters have held on to their new guise long enough and are practically bursting to unleash Cannibal into the chaotic realm around them... Read M
Slam Dunk Fest adds Dance Gavin Dance, We Came As Romans, more
Slam Dunk Fest adds Dance Gavin Dance, We Came As Romans, more
Slam Dunk Festival added ten more bands to their already stacked 2020 lineup, yesterday. Some of the additions include Bury Tomorrow, We Came As Romans and Dance Gavin Dance. In September, the festival announced the first set of artists with acts such as Don Broco, State Champs, and Four Year Strong. Read More: Higher Powe... Read More ...
Bury Tomorrow – The Union Of Crowns
Bury Tomorrow – The Union Of Crowns
Bury Tomorrow The Union Of Crowns British metalcore five-piece Bury Tomorrow have given almost every song on their second album a title having something to do with royalty, chivalry or life in medieval times—“Lionheart,” “Message To A King,” “Knight Life,” “Royal Blood,” “Abdication Of Power,” “Vacant Throne” and on and on, with the sole (and weird) exception of “Bitemarks.” But the lyrics don’t