The British metal band have released their new single off of new album ‘The Seventh Sun’.
Speaking on Heretic, lead-singer Dani Winter-Bates states ‘Heretic is here, and we knew from day one of recording that this song was something we wanted the world to hear immediately. It’s right up there with the most aggressive and visceral tracks on the album, with an inherently dark feel, both lyrically and musically, which allowed us to delve into some of the more brutal elements of The Seventh Sun. All in all, we’re extremely proud to showcase this track and can’t wait to see what people think.‘
Also sharing news of the band’s first vocal feature since Hatebreed’s Jamey Jasta appeared on ‘301’, from the band’s 2016 album, ‘Earthbound’. Dani recollects that ‘from the off, we knew this song merited a guest vocal spot, and Loz Taylor of While She Sleeps sprang to our minds straightaway. Already an absolute legend in our eyes, working with him on this track has only confirmed that status further. His voice incorporated perfectly and has undoubtedly taken the song to the next level – we couldn’t be happier.‘
Bury Tomorrow have announced the details of their new album, ‘The Seventh Sun’ and will be released on March 31st next year via Music For Nations.
The band say on the upcoming releasE:
We are proud to present, ‘The Seventh Sun’. It is an understatement to say we are excited to share the new era of Bury Tomorrow with you all and the first single from the album, Abandon Us, is the perfect way to showcase our intent for the next phase of our band,” say the six-piece. “Visceral and heavy, this track is for each and every one of you that has stood by us either from the beginning, or supported us along the way.”
Check out the Cover Art, Tracklisting and more below.
01. The Seventh Sun 02. Abandon Us 03. Begin Again 04. Forced Divide 05. Boltcutter 06. Wrath 07. Majesty 08. Heretic 09. Recovery? 10. Care 11. The Carcass King
Of the track ‘Abandon Us’ origins, the band share, “it started with a demo simply entitled, Abandon. Taken from a time of loss, uncertainty and insecurity, the intent was to create a heavy track that mirrored these feelings. The lyrics highlight the frustration and anger at the current state of our society and how our so-called leaders seem intent on satisfying self-interest above the collective needs of humanity.”
Pre-orders for ‘The Seventh Sun’ are available via the following link.
Bury Tomorrow have announced that they’ve parted ways with their longtime guitarist / vocalist Jason Cameron
The musician has been with the band since their formation in 2006, but having “this time of reflection” where it seems the pandemic has put him on a different path now.
“The past 18 months have been challenging for everyone,” Bury Tomorrow say in a statement. “The music industry in particular has been completely turned on its head. We’ve had a lot of time to reflect individually on what we want out of life and more so out of Bury Tomorrow. During this time of reflection, it has become apparent that we aren’t all on the same page and haven’t been for some time.
“We’re so proud of everything we have achieved so far as a five and are immensely grateful to everyone who has supported us along the way but after many discussions, ourselves and Jason have agreed that in order to progress how we all intend, we will be parting ways.
“We know whatever Jase goes on to do next, he will bring the same love and passion he brought to Bury Tomorrow.
“We are excited to see what this new chapter of Bury Tomorrow has in store for us. We hope your love and support will continue and we cannot wait to see the Team BT faithful at our upcoming shows.”
Good luck to both Jason and Bury Tomorrow in their futures.
After a year since Bury Tomorrow released their game-changing record ‘Black Flame’, they’ve announced they’re going to be honouring the record by playing it in full on their upcoming UK tour.
Dani Winter-Bates (Vocals) has said:
“We are absolutely stoked to announce that we will be playing Black Flame in full on our tour at the end of the year. As this is the end of the Black Flame cycle we wanted to give fans a special chance to see and hear the album as it was written and intended. We hope everyone is excited as we are! Long live Black Flame.”
It’s 4PM on a Friday! This means it’s time for the music video roundup. If you’re new to either the blog or these music video roundup posts, this is how it works. Every week, I watch some of the best recently released music videos and compile them into a list for everyone’s viewing pleasure. They’re span across all the different genres, so expect something different for most of the tracks. Kicking off things are the Dallas, Texas quartet Polyphia. If you’re into mind-blowing and weird visuals, then you’ll be into it.
We’re going to shift gears next for the quartet Trade Wind who’re giving a look into maintaining relationships when you’re a touring musician.
Vocalist Jesse Barnett has said: “The idea behind the video was to show the perspective of what it can be like to date a musician or specifically someone like me whose music and work overlap and are very time consuming—especially with so much required travel. It’s about the challenges of making a relationship work and being mindful of your partner even when you’re balancing a lot of things at once. We decided to have the video play out in reverse because I often find myself thinking, ‘I wish I could go back the beginning and do it differently.’”
Next, on the countdown are Cheltenham indie-pop Trio Polary who’ve recently debuted their new single, ‘Bad Love’ and they must love the 80’s if this video is anything to go by.
Now, the Texas rockers Postcards From The Moon are back with a new video off their latest EP, ‘Me Without You’ where the lyrics are quite a millennial anthem.
Caleb Rangel (Vocals) has said: “It’s about me not holding grudges for the way things ended and simply wishing her the best. I only want her to be happy. The lyrics were influenced by a Snapchat story. Another friend of mine was going through something similar and was posting photos with captions that really got to me. I used a lot of her original words as lyrics in this song, after getting the ‘okay’ from her of course.“
Moving across to Australia for some Pop-Punk, the band have recently dropped a new video for their single ‘Carousel’ which will be on their forthcoming record, ‘Florescence’ which will be released May 5th via Fearless Records.
Anyone for Vegas? That’s the location of our next band for Falling In Reverse as they’ve got a glitchy video for ‘Drugs’ that also features gore and Corey Taylor of Slipknot. This completes their trilogy of standalone singles which are preceded by ‘Losing My Life’ and ‘Losing My Mind’ which also continues the story which brings them all together.
Seeing as everyone’s been loving Our Last Night recently, how about a new video from them? Well, their new video is taken from their latest record ‘Let Light Overcome’ which has the band performing in the different rooms of a castle as it builds around them in the sky. Kinda trippy if you ask me. Check it out below.
John Floreani’s upcoming record ‘Sin’ is getting closer and closer to its release date but before it actually is released, there’s a teaser for said record in the form of ‘Echoes’.
On the track, Floreani has said: ‘Echoes’ is about the memories, love and emotion one leaves behind in a home after moving on. My partner and I lived in North Sydney for a while, and when she moved back to Texas, I had to go and clear the house of our furniture and belongings. As I walked through the house, I could see her dancing in the kitchen, drinking wine on the couch and inviting me to bed from the hallway.”
Who wants energy for their penultimate video? This next video is a live video from Bury Tomorrow and is taken from their most recent record of the same name, which was released last year. That’s right, it’s ‘Black Flame’.
And we’ve reached our final video for another week of the music video roundup. This last video is from the almighty Halestorm and has anyone wondered about how much of a badass Lzzy Hale really is? Well, check out their video for ‘Vicious’ below because you’ll see just what happens when their members are kidnapped and Lzzy has to come to their rescue and Kung Fu’s her way to their resue.
And that’s it for another week of music video roundup. Don’t forget to check back next week at 4PM sharp for another countdown of ten of the best recent music videos to feast your eyes upon. There’s also new posts every day on the Almost anything Media so be sure to check out anything that might catch your eye.
Bury Tomorrow are getting a group of their own fans together, to essentially make a band!
It’s going to be made up of six fans who submit example covers of the title track from ‘Black Flame’ to YouTube with the hashtag; BlackFlameBand.
On the competition, Bury Tomorrow shared:
“We’re all absolutely blown away by the response to our request to upload your covers of Black Flame to YouTube. We’re amazed not only by your dedication to take the time to learn and recreate our music, but also in the huge talent you have all shown in your versions of Black Flame.
As a band we couldn’t have got to where we are now without you all, and now that we’re onto our fifth album we want to give back to you. We will be hosting an exclusive studio event on the 16th and 17th of May 2019 in London. We will be choosing six people, one person for each role in Bury Tomorrow (Harsh Vocal, Lead Vocal, Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar, Bass and Drums), that have uploaded your covers of Black Flame to YouTube to come down to the studio, spend some time with us practicing, performing and learning how to hone your craft even further. We may even pick up some tips from you.
Continue to upload your covers of Black Flame to YouTube using #BlackFlameBand, so we can watch them all! Be sure to send us links to the covers on social media. We’ll be contacting our chosen covers in April, and announcing shortly after!”
Bury Tomorrow have announced their only UK dates for 2019, which will see some of the biggest venues the band have ever played in which will bring also bring in some of the largest production to their tour as well.
Guitarist Jason Cameron has said:
“Following the best year of our lives, we’re back to take Black Flame to the next level. We’ll be playing the biggest set list we’ve ever done, performing songs you’ve never heard live, plus old favourites too. We’ll also be bringing full production for the first time, which we’re so excited about! It goes without saying that these shows will be special and a huge celebration for us all, see you in December!”
It’s that time of the week again! It’s time for another music video roundup! I do have to say another apology, this is coming a few hours late, there have been some technical difficulties on the site today and I’ve bee working to resolve them. But with that out of the way now, and first up is Sweedish alt-rock group Normandie. Their music video for ‘Enough’ is taken from their upcoming record, ‘White Flag, which is set to be released October 26th.
With something just released as well, there are the lads in IDKHOW. They’ve released their EP which is titled as ‘1981 Extended Play’ which is being released on November 9th via Fearless Records. What’s more is that there is a new music video called ‘Do It All The Time’.
Moving in a heavier direction, we go to Bury Tomorrow who have revealed their video for ‘More Than Mortal, the third single from their recently released record, ‘Black Flame’.
With the deluxe re-release of ‘The Amulet’ incoming, Pennsylvania’s Circa Survive have shared some interesting visuals for a new addition to the track listing.
With Stand Atlantic’s upcoming, Skinny Dipping’ record just less than half a month away, they have released another fantastic track to their catalogue of tracks. Here’s ‘Lost My Cool’.
And now we turn to a more recent release. Last week, You Me At Six kicked off their release day in style because in addition to ‘VI’, they also released a video for ‘Back Again’, which also features a cameo from Josh Franceschi’s dog, Harley.
Since, their newest record, ‘Technology’ dropped earlier this year, Don Broco just haven’t seemed to stop with tours of the UK, USA already done, they’ve still got quite a way to go until their UK tour. But can we get an insight to it? The short answer, yes. Check out their video for ‘The Blues’ below.
More touring bands releasing videos, but one that stood out for me, was Knocked Loose’s newest video for ‘The Rain’ which features Dallas Garris. The band are currently touring the US with Beartooth but what makes this video so special? The beautiful direction it takes.
Ahead of this bands show, which sold out in just thirty seconds for London’s St. Pancras Old Church, they have released this video for ‘The Way That You Were’. It sees Sleep Token’s frontman singing some seats behind a woman who is unaware of their presence.
And lastly…. we have Blessthefall. They have released their latest single, ‘Wishful Sinking’, off their latest record, ‘Hard Feelings’. On the video, frontman Beau Bokan has said: it is a particularly special song because it was the first one we wrote with our producer Tyler Smyth. For us, the song is a perfect blend of our new direction and old Blessthefall. With the music video, we wanted to incorporate some amazing visuals and keep the aesthetic of the album. I think we nailed it
And that’s it for another list of ten of the best recently released music videos. Be sure to check back next week at 4PM for another post of the latest and greatest music videos.
You know what it’s time for! Another music video roundup! It’s where I look for ten of the latest and great music videos out there ranging from every array of the Rock genre for your viewing pleasure. First up is Oh, Weatherly’s ‘Here Tonight’. This is a track off their upcoming record, ‘Lips Like Oxygen’ out July 27th on Hopeless Records.
Next up is a live video to change things up a touch! It’s from While She Sleeps for Silence Speaks which was filmed at St Pancras Old Church which is off their upcoming ‘You Are We Special Edition’ due for release on July 20th.
Next up is Luke Rainsford. He’s a lad that’s on a high at the moment, having just played Slam Dunk festival and looking ahead to next month, will be making appearances at 2000 Trees and Fat Lip festival in Bristol. ‘Looking For You Ghost’ is off his EP, ‘I Just Don’t Deserve To Be Loved’ which is out now.
Moving on, we have Post-Hardcore group Dance Gavin Dance. They’re continuing their promotion for their new record in the form of their eighth album ‘Artifical Selection’ which is out today via Rise Records! This video is for their track ‘Care’.
Moving to something more brutal in the form of Bury Tomorrow. They’re gearing up for their new record, ‘Black Flame’ which is out on Jul13th via Music For Nations’.Check out their dark video for the track, ‘Knife Of Gold’.
And now something which is drenched in red. This is Mapyine’s new video for ‘Give’ which is being self-released by the band on July 6th.
Moving to the post-metal genre is Mountaineer. They’ve recently released their video for ‘Hymnal: PAssage III’ which is from their upcoming release on June 29th for their second album, ‘Passages’.
Everyone seems to have a new record out within the next twelve months, not that I’m complaining. This next video comes from Bullet for My Valentine. The Welsh giant’s new record, ‘Gravity’ is out on June 29th and this track is called ‘Letting You Go’.
It looks like Tigress have gotten themselves into a sticky situation. The Exxex based band have recently dropped their new EP, ‘Who Cares’ and the band have unveiled a video to accompany its lead single, ‘Hangman’.
And now for the last video for this week’s list is from Cane Hill. They’ve recently shared a creepy video to accompany ‘It Follows’, the latest track off their latest record, ‘Too Far Gone’ which features some horror-esque style to match the track.
And that’s it for another round of music videos. Check back next week to see what will be on another countdown for your viewing pleasure.