Bury Tomorrow Posts “Cemetery” Video

Metalcore powerhouse Bury Tomorrow just released a new music video for “Cemetery,” which can be seen below. Speaking of the track, frontman Dani Winter-Bates says:

“‘Cemetery’, right from the beginning of recording was always one of our favourites on the album. We decided to do the video with our old friends in Sitcom Soldiers, who have smashed it on a fair few of our videos! We wanted to do something we’d never done before, rain, It was an amazing experience, albeit colder than ice! We wanted a video that reflected the dark nature of the track and the album as a whole.”

The band also recently announced a European headline tour in April of 2017. Currently confirmed dates are as follows:

04.04.2017 NE, Harlem – Patronaart
05.04.2017 BE, Antwerp – Kavka
06.04.2017 DE, Hamburg – Logo
07.04.2017 DE, Berlin – Bi Nuu
08.04.2017 DE, Cologne – Gebäude 9
10.04.2017 DE, Munich – Hansa 39
11.04.2017 CH, Zurich – Dynamo
12.04.2017 DE, Frankfurt – Das Bett

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Broken Teeth Signs Deal With Nuclear Blast

After stirring up the European underground intensively for the past months, the Manchester-based hardcore youngbloods from Broken Teeth have now inked a worldwide record deal with Nuclear Blast.

The band’s debut album, “At Peace Amongst Chaos,” will be released on May 6th, 2016. Broken Teeth comments:

“This is something we never thought/expected to happen when we started writing music all them years ago. It’s a huge step forward for us as a band and as individuals, we’re all super excited to see what happens when we release this LP with Nuclear Blast Records. It’s all too surreal to have our band name next to some of our favourites like Hatebreed!”

Broken Teeth consists of:

Dale Graham – vocals
Adam Kelly – drum
Dave Egan – guitar
Matt Weston – guitar
Nial Moran – bass

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Funeral For A Friend Streaming Cover Of BoySetsFire’s “Rookie”

Welsh post-hardcore band Funeral For A Friend has premiered a new cover of BoySetsFire’s song “Rookie” today at AltPress.com (also available below).

The song is featured on a two-track split record, which also features Boysetsfire covering Funeral For A Friend’s “1045 Amsterdam Conversations.” The split 7” vinyl will be released in the U.S. on May 13th by No Sleep Records and is currently available for pre-order here.

“When it came down to figuring out what BSF track we wanted to cover it wasn’t easy,” says FFAF’s Matthew Davies. “We all had our favourites but we just had to figure out which song collectively made sense. After the Eulogy is such an inspirational record and we all love ‘Rookie,’ it’s probably the most recognizable BSF song and we figured because of it’s connection with people that we should give it a shot. We recorded it in a day. It was so much fun to play, it’s such an anthem.”

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