BURY TOMORROW unleash ‘The Age’ from ‘Black Flame’

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Bury Tomorrow have today released the third track from their highly anticipated fifth album, ‘Black Flame’, out July 13th on Music For Nations.

Speaking of ‘The Age’ the band say, “The Age is pushing the boundaries of our melodic side. We wanted to make a driving powerful song. Lyrically it draws from the reflections of how destructive the human race is – it would be better to burn it all and start over because no body has listened to the warning signs. The message and meaning is juxtaposed from the sonic melodic elements.”

The band play the following venues in December, with support from special guests 36 Crazyfists, Cane Hill and more to be announced:

DECEMBER
11: BRISTOL SWX
12: BIRMINGHAM o2 INSTITUTE
13: GLASGOW GARAGE
14: MANCHESTER o2 RITZ
15: LONDON o2 FORUM KENTISH TOWN

Speaking of the tour, frontman Daniel Winter-Bates says, “This is without a doubt the biggest tour our band has ever done. It’s a celebration of where we’ve come from and where we are headed. Black Flame is the album we have always wanted to make and there is no better place to hear it than on this tour. We are absolutely honoured to be taking out 36 Crazyfists, a band that inspired us from the very beginning, showing that true metalcore is still alive and well. Cane Hill are also on board to add the crushing power to a stacked line up!”

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