Album Review: Bury Tomorrow – Cannibal

British metalcore quintet, Bury Tomorrow, have released their sixth album, Cannibal. When they gained the attention of metal fans across the world, they were adamant and explicit in their belief that metalcore was still relevant, despite the press making it seem less so. This release follows the success of Black Flame, which rocketed them upwards; … Continue reading Album Review: Bury Tomorrow – Cannibal

Festival Review: Tons of Rock 2019 – Day Two

Day Two of Tons of Rock festival and I was feeling better than the day before so up for checking out more bands than I had managed to on Thursday. The sun was shining and there was a great atmosphere on site. The first band I went to check out were Mongolian folk rock band … Continue reading Festival Review: Tons of Rock 2019 – Day Two

2018 Crew Review: Katie Frost – Photo Editor

Our in-house Photo Editor is the first to regale us with her "Best of" picks for 2018. We've plenty more to follow as we all give our opinions and if past years are anything to go by, we'll all come up with something very different! Agree / disagree? Comment on here or facebook with your … Continue reading 2018 Crew Review: Katie Frost – Photo Editor

Review: Slam Dunk 2017 – Midlands and North

This mammoth review from Pit Troll really reflects the size of Slam Dunk and it's amazing how they can shift this many bands around in three days! Apologies for the lack of photos, but we just didn't have a shutterbug free over that weekend - Mosh I very much enjoyed last year’s Slam Dunk Festival. … Continue reading Review: Slam Dunk 2017 – Midlands and North

Bury Tomorrow discuss last three tracks on new album

Bury Tomorrow released their fourth studio album Earthbound last week. To celebrate the release, we caught up with Jason Cameron and Davyd Winter-Bates to discuss the tracks off the album and how they all came together. Watch the guys discussing "Memories", "For Us" and "Bloodline" below. Bury Tomorrow tour the UK as main support to … Continue reading Bury Tomorrow discuss last three tracks on new album