Bury Tomorrow Release Brand New Single Of Glory & Accompanying Music Video

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    Bury Tomorrow on stage in Glasgow during the Rocksound Impericon Tour, Feb 2013

    With the release of their most important album yet, Runes, just a couple of weeks away, Hampshire’s homegrown metalcore favourites Bury Tomorrow have released a brand new single and accompanying music video. The song, titled “Of Glory”, is the third song to be revealed from Runes, which is released in two weeks time on the 26th of May 2014 through Nuclear Blast Records. Of Glory was given it’s first airing last night on one of the UK’s best places to showcase new material, Dan P Carter’s Rock Show on BBC Radio One.

    Bury Tomorrow’s fearless leader Daniel Winter-Bates is very happy with the release of the band’s latest single:

    “we are so stoked to release ‘Of Glory’, it showcases both our melodic and metal sides. The song is about making it through the struggles in life and disregarding naysayers and people that bring negativity.”

    Bury Tomorrow will be hitting the road in support of the release of Runes around the album’s release period – full details of the tour shows and festivals can be found below:

    Bury Tomorrow UK Headline Runes Release Tour & Festival Dates

    May 2014

    21st – Stoke – Sugarmill
    22nd – Edinburgh – Studio 24
    23rd – Liverpool – Academy 2
    24th – Slam Dunk Festival North – Leeds University
    25th – Slam Dunk Festival South – Hatfield – University of Hertfordshire
    26th – Slam Dunk Festival Midlands – Wolverhampton – Civic Centre
    28th – Oxford – Academy 2
    29th – Cardiff – Solus 2
    30th – Plymouth – White Rabbit
    31st – Kingston – College

    June 2014

    1st – Kingston – College
    14th – Download Festival 2014 – Donington Park

    Please note the Kingston shows have moved from The Peel to Kingston College due to The Peel closing. Tickets for the majority of the shows are still available from Ticketmaster, Seetickets and the other online ticketing websites priced at £10 plus fees and postage. Support on the tour comes from Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!, Napoleon and Demoraliser. Stay tuned for further Bury Tomorrow updates including a review of Runes in the next few days!

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