Bury Tomorrow, August Burns Red, Miss May I, And Thornhill Announce Fall 2021 European/UK Tour

Bury Tomorrow, August Burns Red, Miss May I, and Thornhill have announced a European/UK tour. The trek will take place in fall 2021.

Tour Dates:

11/12 Brighton, UK – Chalk
11/13 Southampton, UK – O2 Guildhall
11/14 Newcastle, UK – Northumbria UNI
11/15 Glasgow, UK – SWG3
11/17 Leeds, UK – Beckett SU
11/19 Manchester, UK – O2 Ritz
11/20 Birmingham, UK – Institute
11/21 Bristol, UK – O2 Academy
11/22 Norwich, UK – UEA
11/24 London, UK – Electric Ballroom
11/25 London, UK – Electric Ballroom
11/26 Paris, FRA – Le Cabaret Sauvage
11/27 Brussels, BEL – Ancienne Belgique
11/28 Eindhoven, NET – Effenaar
11/29 Luxembourg, LUX – Rockhal
12/01 Prague, CZE – Meet Factory
12/02 Berlin, GER – Huxleys
12/03 Hamburg, GER – Docks
12/04 Leipzig, GER – Felsenkeller
12/05 Warsaw, POL – Proxima
12/06 Bratislava, SLO – MMC
12/08 Budapest, HUN – Durer Kert
12/09 Budapest, HUN – Durer Kert
12/10 Nuremburg, GER – Lowensaal
12/11 Stuttgart, GER – LKA Longhorn
12/12 Lyon, FRA – Ninkasi Kao
12/15 Munich, GER – Backstage Werk
12/16 Frankfurt, GER – Batschkapp
12/17 Cologne, GER – Live Music Hall
12/18 Munster, GER – Skaters Palace

Bury Tomorrow Premiere “Better Below” Music Video

Bury Tomorrow have premiered a new video for their new song “Better Below.” This track is from the band’s new album “Cannibal,” which will be released on July 3. Dani Winter-Bates commented:

“It’s about how hiding your symptoms often makes them worse. This song is about appearing as the version of yourself that you want people to see you as. I feel like I’m getting to a point where the ‘me’ I show people is the real me, but there was a large portion of my life where I couldn’t do this.”

Bury Tomorrow Reportedly Delay New Album To July

According to product listings on Apple Music and Amazon, Bury Tomorrow’s new album “Cannibal” is now set to be released on July 3. The record was originally set to be released on April 3.

The group don’t appear to have commented on the album delay, but they did issue a statement about their various events being postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic:

“Hey guys,

As you are all probably very aware by now, the Corona Virus has led to many difficulties for everyone, and sadly our industry was always going to take a serious hit.

All in-store signings and release shows we had planned in April are now postponed until a later date. We are working hard with our team and the many variables involved to reschedule these dates for later in the year, more information on that will be provided as soon as we confirm new dates. All current tickets will remain valid and we WILL celebrate this record together!

All five of us are absolutely gutted by this.. the last year of our lives have been building towards the release of Cannibal and we were so excited to celebrate with as many of you in person as possible. But the real priority here is all of our collective health, and as human beings we have a responsibility to take this as seriously as we can.

Stay safe everyone, keep smiling and look out for each other!

Jason, Dav, Dan, Kristan & Adam“

[via Lambgoat]

Bury Tomorrow Premiere “Cannibal” Music Video, Reveal Details For New Album

Bury Tomorrow have premiered a new video for their new song “Cannibal.” This is the title track of the band’s new album, which will be released on April 3.

“Cannibal” Track Listing:

01. “Choke”
02. “Cannibal”
03. “The Grey (VIXI)”
04. “Imposter”
05. “Better Below”
06. “The Agonist”
07. “Quake”
08. “Gods & Machines”
09. “Voice & Truth”
10. “Cold Sleep”
11. “Dark Infinite”

Dani Winter Bates said the following about the new record:

“This album is for me as well as for the fans. It was a cathartic process to address some of the darkest moments I’ve had in my life. For some people, it’ll be a hard listen. But I thought I have to do this. If I’m going to go in, I’m going to go in. I’m not doing something half-arsed. There is nothing lyrically I would change on this entire album.”

“I wanted to live by my words. I talk to people about normalizing mental health so how can I write an album where I’m not talking about mental health? The normalization of mental health is what saves lives. I want people to see the light in the dark. If they delve into that they can find solace in the discussion, the normalization, the positive action by discussing this.”

“The term ‘cannibal’ refers to being eaten away by your own thoughts but also eaten away by other humans. We’re not kind to ourselves, let alone kind to each other.”

Bury Tomorrow Release Deluxe Edition Of “Black Flame”

Bury Tomorrow have released a deluxe edition of their latest album “Black Flame.” This edition of the effort comes with live versions of the title track, “No Less Violent,” and “The Age,“ as well as a new song titled “Glasswalk.“ You can check out the new track below: