AUDIO: Bury Tomorrow’s “Memories”

Bury Tomorrow have recorded, mixed, and mastered their new album called Earthbound (Nuclear Blast) but you’re not going to get a chance to hear it. Not now, you’ll have to wait until January 29th to hear it. For the time being, everyone involved would like for you to hear “Memories” as a way to remember some of yours but to also think about the memories to come. The album can be pre-ordered through by clicking the cover below.

VIDEO: Feed The Rhino’s “Give Up”/”Deny And Offend”

From the 2014 album The Sorrow And The Sound (Siege Of Amida/Century Media) is a new one from Feed The Rhino called “Give Up”, a delicious metal trade.

Oh wait, you want more? May I also give you “Deny And Offend”. Two videos in one post? What a bargain. The album will be celebrating its one-year anniversary in eleven days, rage up in a good way.


VIDEO: Killer Be Killed’s “Curb Crusher”

From the band’s self-titled debut album on Nuclear Blast released last May, “Curb Crusher” is the new one by Killer Be Killed, a video that features tattoos, beers, crowds, and a kid or two. Solid performance video.


VIDEO: Devil You Know’s “It’s Over”

The Beauty of Destruction is the debut album from Devil You Know on Nuclear Blast Records, and from it is a song called “It’s Over”, which will most likely not signify the end of this group. They have a long way to go and will be making music for a long time.


VIDEO: Sylosis’ “Mercy”

Sylosis are a band that like to combine a bit of melody with their angst-ridden playing and lyrics, and they display to the world how it is done with the video for “Mercy”, which is being released as a single next week Tuesday, as a preview for their forthcoming album, Dormant Heart (Nuclear Blast). While drummer Rob Callard plays on the album, he has left due to “time restraints” and has been replaced by Ali Richardson, formerly of Bleed From Within.


VIDEO: Bury Tomorrow’s “Man On Fire”

The outdoors is arguably the best place to listen to hard and brutal better, and it’s also a place where bands should play their music, to become one with the Earth and sound. Bury Tomorrow are ready to come out with a brand new album called Runes and the sense of freedom outside can be felt and heard with the song “Man On Fire”.

Runes will be released on Nuclear Blast in May, and they’ll be doing a number of shows in the UK in support of it after its release:

April 27… Manchester, England (Impericon Festival)
May 16… Dublin, Ireland (Academy 2)
May 17… Belfast, Ireland (Oh Yeah Music Centre)
May 21… Stoke, England (Sugarmill)
May 22… Edinburgh, Scotland (Studio 24)
May 23… Liverpool, England (o2 Academy)
May 24 – 26… Leeds, England (Slam Dunk Festival)
May 28… Oxford, England (o2 Academy 2)
May 29… Cardiff, England (Solus 2)_SLAM DUNK Festivals
May 30… Plymouth, England (White Rabbit)
May 31-June 1… Kingston, England (Peel)
June 13-15… Donington, England (Download Festival)