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Bury Tomorrow Share “Boltcutter” Video 


British metal sextet Bury Tomorrow have shared the video for new single “Boltcutter,” another crushing taste of their forthcoming seventh album, the aptly titled The Seventh Sun. Watch the video here and here.

The record will be released on March 31 via Music For Nations. Pre-order or pre-save it here.

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Bury Tomorrow Announce “The Seventh Sun” Album + Share “Abandon Us” Video 


British metal sextet Bury Tomorrow have announced the release of their seventh album, the aptly titled The Seventh Sun. The album will be released on March 31, 2023 on Music For Nations. Pre-order or pre-save it here.
 
To mark the announcement, the band have shared “Abandon Us.” Watch the video here
 

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LIVE REVIEW: DOWNLOAD FESTIVAL, DONNINGTON PARK UK – 10TH-12TH JUNE 2022


Download Festival –LIVE REVIEW by Carina Lawrence / Dark Art Conspiracy

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 Matt Eachus

The UK’s biggest rock and metal festival returned to its full glory with its first full-scale event three years after the pandemic following the historic pilot event last year. It was a surreal and joyful feeling to be back at Donnington for festival goers and bands alike and was the sentiment of the weekend. We have all waited so long for live music to return, and it was worth the wait. The variety and calibre of music, the atmosphere and unusually stunning sunny weather made this anticipated return even better.

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August Burns Red Announce Fall 2021 European Tour


AUGUST BURNS RED ANNOUNCE FALL 2021 EUROPEAN TOUR

CO-HEADLINE RUN WITH BURY TOMORROW ALSO FEATURES MISS MAY I + THORNHILL

 Two-time GRAMMY® Award-nominated Pennsylvania quintet AUGUST BURNS RED — JB Brubaker [lead guitar], Brent Rambler [rhythm guitar], Matt Greiner [drums], Jake Luhrs [lead vocals], and Dustin Davidson [bass] — have announced a Fall 2021 European Tour. ABR will co-headline alongside Bury Tomorrow, with support from Miss May I and Thornhill. Tickets go on sale on Friday, September 18 at this location.

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BURY TOMORROW Release new video for single ‘More Than Mortal’


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BURY TOMORROW reveal their brand new video for new single ‘More Than Mortal’, which is the 3rd single taken from their recent 5th album ‘Black Flame’ – out now on Music For Nations.

From bass player Davyd Winter-Bates – “The idea of the video came from taking the theme of the song to its ultimate progression. The exploitation of the the masses from celebrity and corporation is portrayed as its own pseudo-future religion and the Black Flame are here to bring it down. We wanted it to feel disorienting and nightmarish, physically showing the “lifting of the veil” on celebrity culture exposing the exploitation and removing its power on those it preys on.”

“It was insanely fun working closely with the creative team on this one to do something different for us and the performances from Charity Kase and the rest of the actors are next level. The song has already become a fan favourite from Black Flame so we’re very excited to bring that to life visually as well.”

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LIVE REVIEW: DOWNLOAD FESTIVAL – DONNINGTON PARK UK – 8TH-10TH JUNE 2018


Download Festival –LIVE REVIEW by Carina Lawrence / Dark Art Conspiracy

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Photo credit:
 James Bridle
 

Download Festival is the UK’s biggest, friendliest and most diverse rock/metal festivals and it gets bigger and better each year. This year particularly had a strong theme of environmental sustainability, with their new recycling scheme for beer glasses, using plastic reusable cups which you could keep and reuse or give back and made for a nice memento along with the introduction of Greenpeace’s Eco Campsite. Viewing platforms for wheelchair-users were available across all stages and British Sign Language interpreters on two, again highlighting the festivals diversity and how it accommodates for everyone which is great to see.

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