Bury Tomorrow: 'Portraits' Released

artist: Bury Tomorrow date: 03/18/2010 category: general music news
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Bury Tomorrow have begun their US invasion with the release of their debut album Portraits released March 16th on Artery Recordings / Razor & Tie. The album is already garnering attention from the metal industry, including a featured spotlight on the main page of MySpace Metal and in the "New and Noteworthy" section of iTunes Rock. Portraits is available at your favorite retailer, including Hot Topic and iTunes. Portraits has definitely sparked an interest in Bury Tomorrow with press coverage heating up. AOL Spinner calls Bury Tomorrow "One of the UK's premier metalcore bands." Additional coverage can be found on Noisecreep, Alternative Press, Decibel Magazine, AMP Magazine, and a live on air appearance on Fearless Radio. Bury Tomorrow is currently on a no-holds-barred US tour with Attack Attack!, Breathe Carolina, I See Stars and Asking Alexandria. The tour has sold out every show to date. Look for Bury Tomorrow to appear at the SXSW music festival today, March 18th, at the Artery Foundation SXSW Showdown Day Party and Friday March 19th at the Official Artery SXSW Showcase alongside A Bullet For Pretty Boy, Evergreen Terrace and Alesana amongst others. Bury Tomorrow US tour dates: 03/18 Austin, TX Red 7 (SXSW Artery Foundation Showdown Day Party) 03/19 Austin, TX Cedar Door (SXSW Artery Foundation Official Showcase) 03/20 San Antonio, TX White Rabbit 03/21 New Orleans, LA House of Blues 03/22 Birmingham, AL 5 Points Music Hall 03/24 Orlando, FL Social 03/25 Orlando, FL Social 03/26 St. Petersburg, FL State Theater 03/27 Douglasville, GA 7 Venue 03/28 Greensboro, NC Greensboro Night Club 03/30 Richmond, VA Canal Club 03/31 Baltimore, MD Ottobar 04/01 Allentown, PA Crocodile Rock 04/02- Syracuse, NY Lost Horizon 04/03 Pittsburgh, PA Mr. Small's 04/04 Buffalo, NY Xtreme Wheelz
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