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Nuclear Blast debut for British Metalcore upstarts Bury Tomorrow. In a genre full of sugar coated, cookie-cutter bands, they are a breath of fresh air. Bury Tomorrow have quickly become one of the most exciting bands on the world circuit. Their debut album Portraits was a prime example of how Metalcore SHOULD be done, showing flashes of brilliance usually expected from bands far older and more experienced. With equal emphasis on heaviness and melody, BT have forged a sound that is as crushing as it is catchy. In a genre full of sugar coated, cookie-cutter bands mixing singing and screaming to identical effect, Bury Tomorrow are a breath of fresh air. After numerous tours around the world with the likes of Asking Alexandria, Attack Attack!, Otep and more, BT are set to make a devastating return to the fold with their Nuclear Blast debut, the Union of Crowns. This is a darker, heavier, more focused record from Bury Tomorrow, but one that still retains an enormous sense of melody.