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Deadly Alliances With BURY ME

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Following the frustrations of an idle last eighteen months, Sydney metalcore outfit Bury Me have announced the Deadly Alliance tour in January and February 2022, which will be co-headlined with Adelaide metal machine SIGNV/S.

After establishing a name for themselves on the back of their intense live performances before that option was cruelly stripped away from them for a long period of time, Bury Me have since released their debut EP After The Suffering that only served to reaffirm their growing status and also set the bench higher again for the time when the band could reclaim the stage.

After managing just the one recent show in Dapto on Halloween, Bury Me are champing at the bit to get back out there, with vocalist Brendan Clark joining us to talk about the tour.

“It was different,” he conceded, talking about getting back on stage again. “We only had one practice before the show, but we were prepared as we could be and I was happy with our performance. The crowd loved it.”

The run of four dates sees the Deadly Alliance tour stop at Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney, with both bands undertaking their first major run of dates.

“It will be our first tour,” Clark offered. “We were meant to tour back in June to follow up the debut EP we released but unfortunately lockdown number two jeopardized that pretty heavily.”

In the full interview, Brendan talks about After The Suffering, the response from the fans, the thought process going into their debut release, what to expect from the tour and more.

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