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With its 2012 sophomore album, the English metalcore quintet Bury Tomorrow far surpasses the songcraft and performance of its arresting 2009 debut, Portraits. From the grappling opener, “Redeemer,” the most noticeable change is that Bury Tomorrow is fanning out its style to play with a larger-than-life sound that would suit a stadium stage. But as shown by the chorus here (and in the following song, “The Maiden”) the band also balances the duality of its almost Foo Fighters–sounding melodies and the brutal crushing heaviness of its metallic edge. “Lionheart” further taps into '80s arena metal as guitarist/frontman Jason Cameron's almost sing-along refrain rubs against the grain of Daniel Winter-Bates’ throat-grating screams and howls. “An Honourable Reign” finds Cameron inflecting with a throaty tenor, sounding like he could be a blood relative of Dave Grohl. But the rapid-fire drumming and avalanche of monstrous guitar riffs make this song rock harder—especially when played under Winter-Bates’ larynx destruction. “Royal Blood” is another outstandingly brutal cut.

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Bigger, Badder, Better!

They've done went and blown my mind! I had to go back and pick up the rest of my brain pieces that came out during the first second that I heard the first song! Can't wait til 2014 for another album.. But right now, The Union of Crowns will do.. for now that is. Muah hahahahahahahahaha!


I have no words for this album. Other then the fact it far surpassed my expectations, I am completely impressed by the musicality of it. Love this band so much and can't wait to hear these songs on tour!


Gotta say I have been listening to this album non stop now and Its amazing


Formed: 2006 in Hampshire, England

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '00s, '10s

With a sound that merges the plaintiveness of post-hardcore with the punishing heaviness of metalcore, Bury Tomorrow attack listeners from all fronts with their emotionally charged metal assault. Offsetting layers of pleasant, atmospheric melody with sudden bursts of chugging heaviness, the band uses its breakdowns to create a brooding, moody effect, as if the songs are lurching into a fit when provoked from their somber ruminations. Formed in 2006 in Hampshire, England, by bandmembers Jason Cameron...
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