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The 4 Faves of July (Jessica)

Posted by longhairedpoet on Friday, August 3, 2018 at 4:19 PM (PST)

July was a hectic month for me. I spent a week out of town, I finished up a summer class, and the past few days I’ve been playing a lot of Crash Bandicoot. But as always, I’ve tried to compile a list of the albums that I thought were the best of the best for the month. This month’s list was a little harder to get together than previous months, there were some misses I wasn’t expecting to miss, and not as many ones I hitting that I didn’t expect to make up for it. The following list is in no particular order.

1. First on the list, the one that was a surprise for me, is Bongripper’s Terminal. In the age of sludge, grunge, post-, noise doom metal it’s always nice to hear something truly, seismically heavy and slow. The two songs on this album are “Slow” and “Death” and they have a combined playtime of 43 minutes. As I prepare for another hectic academic year of getting my ass kicked by grad school, I’m excited that in moments when I need to slow down, I’ll have Terminal to drag me along. All the better with fall imminent. Head over to Bongripper’s Bandcamp to stream Terminal, where you can download it at “name your own price.”

2. Any list I make isn’t going to be complete without at least one -core album, and this one will have three! The first is Bury Tomorrow‘s Black Flame. This album is pretty standard metalcore fare, chugging and riffing along, interchanging between clean and growled vocals. The title track probably stands out the most for me.

3.  Next on the list is Chelsea Grin‘s Eternal Nightmare. Ever since Suicide Silence’s self-titled album last year, I’ve been hungry for good deathcore stylings (not that this is a stab at Suicide Silence, I always support bands pursuing the sounds they want to go for, it just wasn’t for me). Chelsea Grin offer pretty great deathcore with this album. Though this album features an iteration of Chelsea Grin without any of the founding members, former Lorna Shore vocalist, Tom Barber, the newest edition to the band, brings a fantastic performance. My favorite track off the album is “See You Soon.”

4. Last on the list is Within The RuinsWorld Undone EP. This two song EP follows the band’s release last year of Halfway Human. Within The Ruins’ style of proggy metalcore is about the only way I get into prog metal. Check out the EP’s title track.

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Music Video: Bury Tomorrow – “Knight Life”

Posted by SeanB on Tuesday, September 4, 2012 at 7:28 AM (PST)

UK metalcore group Bury Tomorrow have released a music video for the song “Knight Life.”  The video was both produced and directed by Sitcom Soldiers.

Click here to watch the video.

“Knight Life” comes from the band’s second album, The Union Of Crowns, which was released on July 16 via Nuclear Blast.

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Bury Tomorrow to tour Europe in October

Posted by XxCrashQueenxX on Wednesday, August 1, 2012 at 1:24 PM (PST)

bury tomorrow band shot Bury Tomorrow has announced that they will be touring in Europe come October and November in supports of their latest effort The Union Of Crowns.

The band had these comments to make in regards to the tour:

“We’re extremely happy to announce a full euro tour with two of our favourite bands, not to mention close friends, in BFW and CROSSFAITH. Having known both bands for ages and being lucky enough to tour Japan with CROSSFAITH we are expecting carnage. Get your tickets and join the party!”

To see a full list of dates click here.

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Cover Art Battle: Foliage, Breasts, & Decay

Posted by JDKleinhans on Monday, July 16, 2012 at 4:21 PM (PST)

Welcome to Metal Riot’s Cover Art Battle! Every week we try and show the best-of-the-best in metal cover art, ranging from the fantastically illustrated to hauntingly photographed and everything in between.

Another week, more album cover art to discover. New bands. Tenured bands. Enough shenanigans. Time for you to go and vote.

That is all.

***WINNER*** BlacklodgeMachination (Season Of Mist)

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New Music: Bury Tomorrow – “The Maiden”

Posted by jessepac on Tuesday, July 10, 2012 at 12:35 PM (PST)

bury tomorrow band shotNext week, UK metallers Bury Tomorrow will release The Union of Crowns to the public, but before you pay your hard earned money, why not check out a new track to see if it’s worth it?

“The Maiden” is the title and it’s the fourth song released off of their sophomore album. It’s been three years since their debut and the band is already touring with the likes of The Acacia Strain and found a slot on the UK version of Warped Tour.

Click HERE for the new track!

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Music Video: Bury Tomorrow – “An Honorable Reign”

Posted by SeanB on Tuesday, May 22, 2012 at 7:43 AM (PST)

UK metalcore band Bury Tomorrow have released the music video for the song “An Honorable Reign.”  The song is taken from their upcoming Nuclear Blast release The Union Of Crowns due out July 13, 2012 in Europe and July 17th in the US.

To watch the video click here.

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British metalcore band Bury Tomorrow has just recently finished recording a video for their song “An Honorable Reign.” The song is off the bands upcoming Nuclear Blast debut, A Union of Crowns due out in the States on July 17.

The band had the following to say about the shoot:
“So, we’ve just wrapped up our new music video for ‘An Honorable Reign’ with the dudes at Sitcom Soldiers! We shot it in the epic region of Snowdonia, up on mountains feeling like we were in a GUNS ‘N’ ROSES vid! We can’t wait for you to see it – check out this still from the shoot!

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Music Video: Bury Tomorrow- “Lionheart”

Posted by XxCrashQueenxX on Wednesday, April 18, 2012 at 1:26 PM (PST)

Newly signed Nuclear Blast power house Bury Tomorrow has released the official video for their song “Lionheart” off of their upcoming album The Union of Crowns which is set for release July 13th.

Bury Tomorrow is also on tour, supporting Of Mice & Men, to see a full list of cities, dates, venues, and the new video in full click here.

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