BURY TOMORROW release music video for ‘My Revenge’

South-Coast metallers, Bury Tomorrow, who recently announced their only UK shows of 2019 for December, have today released a music video for ‘My Revenge’, a track from their ‘Black Flame’ album, released last summer on Music For Nations.

At the end of 2018 we played the biggest shows of our career,” says singing guitaristJason Cameron“My Revenge was a huge part of our set every night and to hear crowds singing a new song that loud, as if it had been around for years – was truly something special!”

The track is inspired by the events of Jeanne de Clisson’s life. A woman from Brittany whose husband was executed. She considered the act cowardly and unjust, With the English King’s assistance and Breton sympathisers, Jeanne was given three warships. Which she patrolled the English Channel and sunk French ships. She painted the ships black and their sails were dyed red. She captained the flagship, which was named My Revenge.

 

 

BURY TOMORROW – ‘My Revenge’ (Official Music Video)
Bury Tomorrow play the following UK headline dates in December:
DECEMBER
13: PORTSMOUTH Pyramids Centre
14: NOTTINGHAM Rock City
15: CARDIFF Y Plas
17: NEWCASTLE Riverside
18: GLASGOW SWG3
20: MANCHESTER Academy
21: LONDON RoundhouseTickets on sale now at: http://www.livenation.co.uk

By whatever measure you care to use, BURY TOMORROW are among modern British metal’s upper echelon. Long since established as one of the UK’s most successful heavy exports, the Hampshire quintet has performed on main stages at virtually every major European festival you could care to name, racked up millions of YouTube views, scored three top 40 UK albums and sold tens of thousands of tickets to their incendiary live shows in the process. Shows which combine a passion, precision and uncompromising aggression that has become both a trademark and a badge of honour.

They have achieved all of this and much more not by following trends or jumping from bandwagon to bandwagon — but rather by sharpening to a diamond-cut point their brand of punishing, yet effortlessly melodic heaviness. The music speaks of a character that few bands of any genre could hope to match.

Indeed, it is this character, this unwavering spirit, that has earned them one of the most rabidly dedicated, dye-in-the-wool fanbases in the whole of rock music. A fanbase which has seen the band grow steadily across five pulverising records of unerring quality and ever-expanding ambition.

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