Bury Tomorrow have just released their fifth album, Black Flame, out now on Music For Nations / Sony Music.
“Every single thing about this album is a huge step up for us,” instructs frontman Dani Winter-Bates. “We definitely aren’t taking any prisoners with ‘Black Flame’; now is the time to take the incredible thing we’ve been building for the last ten years to the masses at large. I know for a fact that this record has got the best songs we’ve ever written on it, songs that could exist in rooms and at festivals of any size. The ceiling of where we could go has shifted, and now it’s our time. It’s a record that came about from us asking ourselves the simple question, ‘Just how large could this get?’”
We’re a heavy band,” laughs Winter-Bates, with the refreshing directness of a lifelong metal devotee. “We’re never going to be a radio rock band and there’s no compromise there. We’re doing it on our own terms: this thing is a freight train and I’ve never been prouder of anything we’ve ever put together as a band. It’s unapologetic, it’s pushing the envelope, and it’s a statement that shows exactly who we are as a band.”
“This album is about legacy,” finishes Cameron with a smile flickering across his face. “It’s the record that when this is all over, when it’s all said and done, people will look back and say that ‘Black Flame’ was the Bury Tomorrow album, that it’s an album that’s dug into the timeline of metal. I know this one is special. This one will stand the test of time. It’s our flag in the ground.“
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