Posts Tagged ‘Bury Tomorrow’

NEWS: Dani Winter-Bates (Bury Tomorrow) starts clothing line, Viper Brnd!

Not content with just fronting British metalcore outfit Bury Tomorrow, who themselves have just secured a deal with Sony Music/Music For Nations, vocalist Dani Winter-Bates has also now launched his own clothing line, Viper Brnd.

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NEWS: Bury Tomorrow sign with Sony Music/Music For Nations!

Though currently amidst an intimate headline tour across the UK, aptly titled the Stage Invasion Tour, to close off the cycle for their fourth full-length studio album, ‘Earthbound’, Southampton metalcore troupe Bury Tomorrow have some other big news to share.

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NEWS: Bury Tomorrow confirm UK tour for October/November 2017!

Known for having a seemingly almost relentless touring schedule all year every year, Southampton based metalcore outfit Bury Tomorrow have now announced dates of what they’ve named ‘The Stage Invasion’ tour across the UK this October and November, where the band will be performing at smaller and generally less frequented locations across the country.

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INTERVIEW: Bury Tomorrow (15/04/2017)

It’s undeniable that certain pockets of the metal and heavy music community are subject to a horde of elitist fans, unhappy with any band that even slightly sits outside the borders of what they feel should be classified as “real metal”. Such criticisms and attacks seem to draw towards some bands more than others, and it’d be ignorant to say that Southampton’s Bury Tomorrow haven’t been subject to such pig-headed viewpoints from the metal community throughout their now over decade long career.

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LIVE: Bury Tomorrow @ O2 Ritz, Manchester (15/04/2017)

Date: April 15th 2017
Venue: O2 Ritz, Manchester
Support: Any Given Day / Black Peaks / Crossfaith
Website: www.burytomorrow.co
Facebook: www.facebook.com/burytomorrow
Twitter: www.twitter.com/burytomorrow

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Steadily rearing their way to the front of the UK metalcore elite over the years, especially since the release of fourth album ‘Earthbound’ last January, Bury Tomorrow have managed to establish quite a name for themselves. So much so that they’re now hitting the road for what is their biggest headline tour on homeland soil to date to promote it.

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VIDEO: Bury Tomorrow – Cemetery

To get us all pumped up in plenty of time for their headline UK tour in April, Bury Tomorrow decided to go and stand in some torrential rain for the video for ‘Cemetery’, the latest cut from their album, ‘Earthbound’.

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LIVE: Architects @ Academy, Manchester (12/11/2016)

Date: November 12th 2016
Venue: Academy, Manchester
Support: Stick To Your Guns / Bury Tomorrow
Website: www.architectsofficial.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/architectsuk
Twitter: www.twitter.com/architectsuk

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Anyone who knows the history of Brighton darlings Architects will know that they’ve certainly been through enough trials and tribulations in their career to rightfully earn the pedestal they stand upon today. This year’s output ‘All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us’ became the band’s most successful record, and the fruits of their labour see them now on what is their biggest headline tour to date.

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NEWS: Bury Tomorrow announce headline UK tour for April 2017!

Having stomped across the UK supporting Architects on their headline tour this month, Southampton based metalcore monsters Bury Tomorrow have now announced a headline tour of their own to take place in April, which will also be the band’s biggest headline tour of their career so far.

You can find all dates of the tour along with ticket information below:

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NEWS: Architects confirm support for their November headline UK tour!

Brighton metal monoliths Architects have just announced who will be joining them on their upcoming headline UK stint this November. Support will come from Southampton metalcore mob Bury Tomorrow and melodic hardcore Californians Stick To Your Guns.

You can find all UK dates of the tour detailed below:

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LIVE: Download Festival @ Donington Park (Saturday – 11/06/2016)

Date: June 11th, 2016
Venue: Donington Park, Donington
Website: www.downloadfestival.co.uk
Facebook: www.facebook.com/downloadfest
Twitter: www.twitter.com/downloadfest

It would come as no surprise if the 2016 run of Download Festival would be known forever going forward as the year of Drownload. Easily the wettest Download Festival to have happened, with storms and torrential downpours happening throughout almost the whole weekend, it’d be impossible to be mud free, even if you were only catching one band. Thankfully, we had wellies and warm waterproof clothing well equipped. Download, let’s be ‘aving ya!

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