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Metalcore from the British south coast

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Forming in Hampshire in 2006, metalcore outfit Bury Tomorrow rapidly propelled the genre into the British mainstream. Following the release of their The Sleep Of The Innocents EP in 2007, and their Portraits debut full-length two years later, the six-piece signed to Nuclear Blast for their breakthrough album The Union Of Crows. Although not breaking into the official UK album chart, the record saw them land on the the UK rock and metal list, as well as on the stateside Heatseekers rundown, hinting at things to come.

Parting ways with founding member Mehdi Vismara and welcoming guitarist Kristan Daweson into the fold, Bury Tomorrow entered the UK top 40 and climbed to the top of the rock and metal chart with their third studio album Runes. Now comprising co-vocalists Daniel Winter-Bates and Jason Cameron, bassist Davyd Winter-Bates, drummer Adam Jackson, as well as Daweson, the band continued to build on their success with follow-up Earthbound in 2016, and Black Flame in 2018. The latter saw them sign to Sony Music's alternative label, Music For Nations.

In July 2020, the band unveiled their sixth studio album Cannibal, their first to reach the top ten on the official UK album chart. Produced by Dan Weller, the record was led by single The Grey (VIXI) before the band unveiled the album's title track. To celebrate the release of the album, Bury Tomorrow announced a co-headline tour with stateside metalcore veterans August Burns Red, and joined by Miss May I and Thornhill throughout November 2021.

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Bury Tomorrow announced a co-headline tour with August Burns Red for November 2021.

Bury Tomorrow announced a co-headline tour with August Burns Red for November 2021, playing the following towns and cities:

  • Brighton
  • Southampton
  • Newcastle
  • Glasgow
  • Leeds
  • Manchester
  • Birmingham
  • Bristol
  • Norwich
  • London (for two nights)

Bury Tomorrow will be joined by co-headliners August Burns Red and supported by Miss May I and Thornhill.