埋葬明天是英国的金属核形成，2006年在带南安普敦，汉普郡，英格兰。乐队由五名成员组成；主唱丹尼尔·温特·贝茨（Daniel Winter-Bates），节奏吉他手兼歌手杰森·卡梅隆（Jason Cameron），贝斯手戴维德·温特·贝茨（Davyd Winter-Bates），鼓手亚当·杰克逊（Adam Jackson）和主音吉他手克里斯汀·道森（Kristan Dawson），后者于2013年取代了创始吉他手Mehdi Vismara。食人族，于2020年7月3日发布。
乐队于2006年在英格兰汉普郡成立，最初的乐队由节奏吉他手和歌手Jason Cameron，鼓手Adam Jackson，首席歌手Daniel Winter-Bates，贝斯手Davyd Winter-Bates（他的兄弟）和首席吉他手Mehdi组成。维斯马拉。乐队-尽管在媒体上读到“ metalcore”已成为此类词的脏话-还是坚决证明metalcore仍然有意义。戴维德·温特·贝茨（Davyd Winter-Bates）说：“自从第一天起，我们就为自称为金属核心感到非常自豪和直言不讳。在2007年，他们自行发行了首张EP 《无辜者的睡眠》。 他们的首张专辑Portraits于2009年10月在英国的Basick Records发行。 拍摄了两首音乐视频以支持专辑发行，但音乐频道上只播放了一个“ You＆I”。“ You＆I”的音乐视频是在南安普敦索伦特大学录制的，精选了Bury Tomorrow的表演，吸引了200名歌迷，视频录制了两天，第二天主要是乐队的表演。“ You＆I”在美国的 MTV2，英国的 Scuzz和加拿大的 Much Music上播出。 Bury Tomorrow在2010年期间持续巡回演出，在美国，欧洲和日本巡回演出。在2010年的巡回演出中，乐队为 Asking Alexandria， Mice＆Men，与Sirens睡觉和 Pierce the Veil提供了支持。
2011年，乐队从美国唱片公司Artery Recordings感受到了巨大压力。Bury Tomorrow的乐队成员最初试图说服乐队在美国居住并派驻自己，但他们认为唱片公司试图通过将更多的电子元素纳入他们的风格来试图操纵它们并将其改变为他们所不想要的东西。由于他们在该国经验不足，他们拒绝搬家；他们与Artery Recordings之间的沟通中断，并且通过一系列电子邮件，该乐队失去了北美和日本唱片公司以及他们的美国代理商。留在他们队伍中的唯一人是他们的英国特工，有人引述她的话：“没人想碰你。甚至没有乐队想带我们参观。”乐队的钱太少了，以至于他们甚至没有钱去录音室录制他们在2011年写的专辑。他们的经纪人设法让他们在里兹的扣篮大赛音乐节和Ghostfest演出。此时，Bury Tomorrow的成员对乐队的未来缺乏信心，以至于他们认为这将是他们的最后一场演出。
他们在这些音乐节上的表演得到了歌迷的积极响应，这使他们失去了很多信心。在Ghostfest上，Bury Tomorrow遇到了他们未来的乐队经理，他们建议他们存放自己写的专辑。取而代之的是，他们创作并录制了《 Lionheart》，这是第一张单曲，后来成为他们的第二张专辑，于2011年9月8日发行，并伴随着9月13日发行的音乐录影带。Bury Tomorrow 在10月为英国金属核心乐队While She Sleeps提供了支持，并在12月进行了英国的标题巡回演出。12月6日，乐队开始头条巡回演唱会的前两天，由托马斯·威尔士（Thomas Welsh）为其单曲“ Royal Blood”发行了一段录像。“皇家之血”后来在圣诞节前夕在白天的第一台广播中播出。
Bury Tomorrow在2012年的前几个月里录制了他们的第二张专辑，而在2012年上半年只有很少的巡演日期来支持专辑的发行。从3月18日开始，他们成为南安普敦的Takedown音乐节的头条新闻，他们继续支持Mice＆Men，并在4月的Hit The Deck音乐节上亮相，然后在6月17日的格林菲尔德音乐节和6月30日的利兹Ghostfest音乐节上亮相。 2012年4月，Bury Tomorrow宣布他们已与Nuclear Blast签约，并确认了他们的第二张专辑《The Union of Crowns》的专辑封面，曲目列表和发行日期。乐队说，签到新唱片公司后，他们便可以按照自己的方式录制唱片，而以前的唱片公司Artery Recordings无法做到这一点。专辑在旺塔奇的里奇韦录音棚录制，并于7月13日在欧洲，7月16日在英国和7月17日在美国发行。
2012年发行了两张单曲来宣传王冠联合：“尊贵的统治”，这首歌在BBC电台1和“骑士生活”中首映。在英国，该专辑在《摇滚与金属》排行榜上排名第6 ，在美国，它在《Top Heatseekers》排行榜上排名第25，并在第一周售出1062张。埋葬明天（Bury Tomorrow）于7月10日在卡姆登黑社会（Camden Underworld）表演了一次约会，支持我在欧洲巡回演出中杀死了舞会皇后，然后在8月初的Hevy音乐节上亮相。他们还与Deez Nuts和The Acacia Strain一起在11月与建筑师一起参观了英国。这次巡回演出围绕着Bury Tomorrow和建筑师在UK Warped巡回演出中的演出，包括2012年11月10日在伦敦的亚历山德拉皇宫。
2013年1月下旬，乐队宣布首席吉他手Mehdi Vismara离开了Bury Tomorrow，而Kristan Dawson将担任他的职务。他们将道森描述为更加技术性和即兴演奏的吉他手，并说这与乐队第三张专辑的风格理念相辅相成。 2月，乐队在整个英国举行的“ Rock Sound Impericon曝光之旅”中为The Ghost Inside提供了支持。歌手Dani Winter-Bates 在2月11日发行的Heart in Hand专辑Almost There中的歌曲“ Broken Lights”中客串演出。
Bury Tomorrow 参加了多个节日，包括Slam Dunk，Download，Greenfield，Reading and Leeds Festival，Summerjam，Schools Out，Pell Mell和SummerBlast，并于2013年在英国巡回演出后，于2013年结束了王冠联合会的推广。9月及以后在英国以外。Rock Sound赞扬了他们在利兹音乐节上的表演，并写道：“他们是弱者，但今天下午得到了他们的接待，可以肯定地说Bury Tomorrow将要离开与更多的新朋友在一起。” 然后，Bury Tomorrow于10月前往美国创作并录制了他们的第三张专辑。
2014年1月6日，Bury Tomorrow宣布将于5月26日通过Nuclear Blast 发行第三张录音室专辑Runes，并发行了专辑“ Watcher”的独家曲目，该专辑在Radio 1上首演。1月6日午夜的摇滚表演。他们还宣布与Chunk进行头条欧洲巡回演出！不，块船长！，降职者和拿破仑，将于五月举行。符文的第一首单曲音乐视频“ Man on Fire”于2月25日发行，5月13日发行了“ Of Glory”。专辑本身由Rock Sound独家提供流媒体播放于2014年5月21日发布，距5月26日发布几天。
到2014年6月1日，它已经在英国官方摇滚榜上排名第一，在英国专辑官方榜上排名第34。 6月下旬，乐队宣布了另一场欧洲头条巡回演出，定于10月，得到了《像房屋之手》，《心中的唤醒》和《奴隶》的支持。 2015年2月，他们与Don Broco一起在英国巡回演出，这是当年Kerrang的一部分，我们是人群和熊牙！游览。
在2015年Slam Dunk North上表演时，Bury Tomorrow宣布他们刚刚完成了他们的第四张全长专辑，但没有透露何时发行。在2015年里兹利兹音乐节上，他们首次发行了专辑中的第一首歌。 11月1日，他们正式发行了歌曲“ Earthbound”，并附有音乐录影带。他们的第四张专辑《Earthbound》于2016年1月29日通过Nuclear Blast在全球发行。2016年2月15日，Bury Tomorrow与UPRAWR音乐出版公司签约。
2017年10月27日，乐队离开了Nuclear Blast，并与Sony Music and Music For Nations签约。在10月和11月的几个月中，乐队以金属乐团Loathe作为他们的支持行为，在他们的“舞台入侵”巡回演唱中成为标题。
Bury Tomorrow 在2018年4月13日发布了新专辑Black Flame，并于2018年7月13日发行了专辑。
在与粉丝的Instagram问答中，吉他手/歌手杰森·卡梅隆（Jason Cameron）确认将于2020年发行新专辑。在2019年11月29日，乐队发行了即将发行的专辑《 The Gray（VIXI）》的主打单曲。及其相应的音乐视频 2020年1月10日，乐队发行了第二首单曲和主打曲目“食人族”以及随附的音乐录影带。当天，乐队公布了曲目清单，专辑的官方作品，并宣布即将推出的新第六张工作室专辑Cannibal将于2020年4月3日发行。 2月13日，乐队发行了专辑的第三张单曲“呛”。
3月20日，大概是由于对COVID-19大流行的担忧，乐队宣布将专辑的发行推迟到7月3日，以帮助他们正确发行专辑。 4月2日，乐队发行了第四首单曲“ Better Under”以及随附的音乐录影带。在专辑发行前一周的6月26日，乐队发行了他们的第五张单曲“ Gods＆Machines”。
明天埋葬被描述为金属芯，旋律金属芯和后铁杆。AllMusic作家Gregory Heaney写道：“抵消了层层愉悦，大气的旋律，突然发出阵阵沉重的沉重感，乐队利用其击穿效果产生沉思，喜怒无常的效果，仿佛这首歌在融入时变得适合从沉思的沉思中激怒。” 歌手丹尼尔·温特·贝茨（Daniel Winter-Bates）表示，他喜欢乐队轻松变“重”和“变轻”的能力。通过声音风格，以许多金属芯乐队的典型方式加强了这种风格。而Winter-Bates 则将尖叫声和咆哮声混合在一起，而吉他手Jason Cameron则将其与旋律唱歌（通常在歌曲的合唱中）进行对比。
该乐队已经提到旧的金属核乐队为他们的影响力主要来源，与金属锤子说“记者梅林Alderslade自己的风格的注释激烈的五重奏的融合，旋律死亡金属灵感的riffage和光荣anthematic合唱团被视为断续了《心痛的尽头》，《唤醒堕落的人并重返故乡》的节食，这是新一代金属乐队的最高成就。” Bury Tomorrow 在发行第三张专辑Runes之前曾说过，这将是更具技术性的“老派”，并与As I Lay Dying等歌手保持一致和Killswitch Engage与其以前的版本相比。
Bury Tomorrow are a British metalcore band formed in 2006 in Southampton, Hampshire, England. The band is composed of five members; lead vocalist Daniel Winter-Bates, rhythm guitarist and singer Jason Cameron, bassist Davyd Winter-Bates, drummer Adam Jackson and lead guitarist Kristan Dawson, who replaced founding guitarist Mehdi Vismara in 2013. Bury Tomorrow have released six studio albums, their most recent being Cannibal, released on 3 July 2020.
Formation and debut album Portraits (2006–2010)
The band was formed in 2006 in Hampshire, England, with their initial line-up consisting of rhythm guitarist and singer Jason Cameron, drummer Adam Jackson, lead vocalist Daniel Winter-Bates, bassist Davyd Winter-Bates (his brother) and lead guitarist Mehdi Vismara.The band – despite reading in press that “metalcore” had become a dirty word of such – was adamant to prove that metalcore was still relevant.Davyd Winter-Bates has said comment on their interest to the style by saying “since day one we have been really proud and vocal about calling ourselves metalcore”. In 2007, they self-released their debut EP The Sleep of the Innocents. Their debut album Portraits was released through Basick Records in Britain on October 2009. Two music videos were shot to support the release of the album but only one, “You & I”, was broadcast on music channels. The music video for “You & I” was recorded at Southampton Solent University and featured Bury Tomorrow performing to 200 fans, the video was shot over the course of two days, with the second day focusing on the band performing. “You & I” was broadcast on MTV2 in the United States, Scuzz in the United Kingdom and on Much Music in Canada.Portraits was then released through Artery Recordings on March 2010 in Japan and the United States. Bury Tomorrow toured continuously over the course of 2010, touring across the United States, Europe and Japan. In their tours in 2010, the band supported Asking Alexandria, Of Mice & Men, Sleeping with Sirens, and Pierce the Veil.
The Union of Crowns and Vismara’s departure (2011–2013)
In 2011, the band felt a large amount of pressure from their American record label, Artery Recordings. Initially trying to convince the band to move and base themselves in the United States, Bury Tomorrow’s band members felt the label was trying to manipulate them and change them into something they were not by suggesting they should incorporate more electronic elements into their style. While they rejected moving as they had little experience in the country; communication broke down between them and Artery Recordings and through a series of emails the band lost their North American and Japanese record label as well as their American agency. The only person that remained in their team was their British agent, and she was quoted as saying: “Nobody wants to touch you. No bands even want to take us on tour.” The band was so low on money that they could not even afford to go to the studio to record the album they had written in 2011. Their agent managed to get them performances at Slam Dunk Festival and Ghostfest in Leeds. At this point Bury Tomorrow’s members had such a lack of confidence in the band’s future that they believed these would be their final shows.
Their performances at these festivals were met with a positive response from fans, which restored a lot of their lost confidence. At Ghostfest, Bury Tomorrow met their future band manager who suggested that they shelf the album they had been writing. Instead, they wrote and recorded “Lionheart”, the first single for what would later become their second album, released on 8 September 2011 and accompanied by a music video released on 13 September. Bury Tomorrow supported British metalcore band While She Sleeps in October, with a follow up UK headline tour in December. On 6 December, two days before the band started the headline tour, a video was released for their single “Royal Blood”, directed by Thomas Welsh. “Royal Blood” was later broadcast on Radio 1 on Christmas Eve during its daytime programme.
Bury Tomorrow spent the first few months of 2012 recording their second album, with only a few tour dates in the first half of 2012 to support the album’s release. Starting on 18 March by headlining Southampton’s Takedown Festival, they went on to support Of Mice & Men and appear at Hit The Deck Festival in April before appearing at Greenfield Festival on 17 June and at Ghostfest in Leeds on 30 June. In April 2012, Bury Tomorrow announced that they had signed to Nuclear Blast and confirmed the album art, track listing and release date of their second album, The Union of Crowns. The band said that signing to the new record label allowed them to record it the way they wanted to, which they would not be able to do with their old label, Artery Recordings. The album was recorded in Ridgeway Sound Studio in Wantage and was released on 13 July in Europe, 16 July in the United Kingdom and 17 July in the United States.
Two singles were released in 2012 to promote The Union of Crowns: “An Honourable Reign”, which was premiered on BBC Radio 1 and “Knight Life”. In the United Kingdom, the album debuted at number 6 on the Rock & Metal Chart, and in the United States, it peaked at number 25 on the Top Heatseekers chart and sold 1,062 copies in its first week. Bury Tomorrow played a single date on 10 July at the Camden Underworld supporting I Killed the Prom Queen on their European tour, before appearing at Hevy Music Festival in early August. They also toured Britain with Architects in November alongside Deez Nuts and The Acacia Strain. This tour was wrapped around both Bury Tomorrow’s and Architects’ appearance at UK Warped Tour, including at Alexandra Palace in London on 10 November 2012.
In late January 2013, the band announced that lead guitarist Mehdi Vismara had left Bury Tomorrow and that Kristan Dawson would assume his position. They described Dawson as a much more technical and riff-heavy guitarist, saying that this complements the band’s stylistic ideas for their third album. In February, the band supported The Ghost Inside on the “Rock Sound Impericon Exposure Tour” across the UK. Vocalist Dani Winter-Bates made a guest appearance on the song “Broken Lights” from Heart in Hand’s album Almost There, which was released on 11 February.
Bury Tomorrow ended the promotion of The Union of Crowns in 2013 after appearing at several festivals, including Slam Dunk, Download, Greenfield, Reading and Leeds Festivals, Summerjam, Schools Out, Pell Mell and SummerBlast, as well as touring both in the UK in September and outside of the UK. Rock Sound praised their performance at Leeds Festival, writing: “They came as underdogs, but given the reception they’re afforded this afternoon, it’s safe to say that Bury Tomorrow will be leaving with more than a few new friends.” Bury Tomorrow then went to the United States in October to write and record their third album.
On 6 January 2014, Bury Tomorrow announced the release of a third studio album, titled Runes, on 26 May through Nuclear Blast, as well as the release of an exclusive track from the album, titled “Watcher”, which premiered on the Radio 1 Rock Show at midnight on 6 January. They also announced a headline European tour with Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!, Demoraliser and Napoleon, taking place in May. The music video for the first single from Runes titled “Man on Fire” was released on 25 February, followed on 13 May by “Of Glory”. The album itself was made available for exclusive streaming by Rock Sound on 21 May 2014 a few days before its release on 26 May.
By 1 June 2014, it had reached number 1 on the official UK Rock chart and number 34 in the official UK Album chart. Later in June, the band announced another European headline tour, set for October, with support from Hands Like Houses, In Hearts Wake and Slaves. In February 2015, they toured the UK with Don Broco, We Are the in Crowd and Beartooth as part of that year’s Kerrang! Tour.
While performing at Slam Dunk North 2015, Bury Tomorrow announced that they had just finished working on their fourth full-length album, but did not reveal when it will be released. At Reading and Leeds Festival 2015, they debuted the first song from the album. On 1 November, they officially released the song, titled “Earthbound” and accompanied by a music video. Their fourth album, also titled Earthbound, was released worldwide on 29 January 2016 via Nuclear Blast. On 15 February 2016, Bury Tomorrow signed to UPRAWR Music Publishing.
In an interview with Dead Press! on 15 April 2017, frontman Dani confirmed that the band had written some of the follow-up to Earthbound and that they plan on recording at some point later in the year. In the same interview, he also disclosed that the band intend to celebrate the tenth anniversary of Portraits in some way once it comes about in 2019.
On 27 October 2017, the band left Nuclear Blast and confirmed their signing with Sony Music and Music For Nations. During the months of October and November, the band headlined their “Stage Invasion” tour with metalcore band Loathe as their support act.
Black Flame and Cannibal (2018–present)
In an Instagram Q&A with their fans, guitarist/vocalist Jason Cameron confirmed that a new album will be released in 2020. On 29 November 2019, the band released the lead single of their upcoming album titled “The Grey (VIXI)” and its corresponding music video. On 10 January 2020, the band released the second single and title track “Cannibal” along with an accompanying music video. That same day, the band revealed the tracklist, album’s official artwork and announced that their new upcoming sixth studio album Cannibal is set for release on 3 April 2020. On 13 February, the band released the third single of the album titled “Choke”.
On 20 March, presumably due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic concerns, the band announced that they delayed the release of the album to 3 July in a bid to help them properly promote it. On 2 April, the band released the fourth single “Better Below” along with an accompanying music video. On 26 June, a week before the album release, the band released their fifth single “Gods & Machines”.
Bury Tomorrow have been described as metalcore, melodic metalcore, and post-hardcore. AllMusic writer Gregory Heaney wrote: “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.” Vocalist Daniel Winter-Bates has stated that he likes the ability of his band to go “heavier” and “lighter” with ease. This is reinforced through vocal styles, in a manner typical of many metalcore bands; whereas Winter-Bates performs a harsh mix of screaming and growling, guitarist Jason Cameron contrasts this with melodic singing, usually in the chorus of a song.
The band has referred to older metalcore bands as their primary source of influence, with Metal Hammer journalist Merlin Alderslade commenting on their style by saying “the quintet’s blend of fierce, melodic death metal-inspired riffage and gloriously anthematic choruses was seen as of the crowning achievements of a new generation of metal bands that had been weaned on a diet of The End of Heartache, Waking the Fallen and Reroute to Remain.” Prior to the release of their third album, Runes, Bury Tomorrow have said that it is going to be more technical, “old school” and in line with artists like As I Lay Dying and Killswitch Engage than their previous releases.
2007 – The Sleep of the Innocents
2009 – Portraits (2010 US Edition)
2012 – The Union Of Crowns
2014 – Bury Tomorrow – Runes
2016 – Earthbound
2019 – Black Flame (Deluxe Edition)
2020 – Cannibal [Hi-Res]