Bury Tomorrow have just revealed a taste of their brand new era with their track ‘DEATH (Ever Colder)‘.

This is the first release from the metalcore group from Southampton, since the departure of their clean vocalist and rhythm guitarist Jason Cameron in the summer of 2021. They have now announced the arrival of Tom Prendergast on keyboards/vocals, as well as Ed Hartwell on guitar.

The band spoke on the new era; ‘We have all collectively faced the craziest upheaval in both our personal and professional lives over the last few years. However, this time has given the band a chance to focus on what Bury Tomorrow means to them, and has equally provided a chance to channel influences, creatively expand and move forward with a new, driven direction.’

‘DEATH (Ever Colder)’ speaks lyrically about ‘relinquishing ties and is an ominous reaction to the pain, torment and discomfort life often presents us with. Using ‘Cannibal’ to solidify my ability to be open and honest with our fans about my struggle has given me clarity and the confidence to continue discussing mental health difficulties in my lyrics,’ according to vocalist Dani Winter-Bates. He continues; ‘Bury Tomorrow a a unit feel creatively inspired, driven and committed to pushing the band forward into bigger and better things and feel that DEATH is the door to that future.’

Bury Tomorrow are due to play a couple of festivals over the summer including Download Festival, Greenfield and Bloodstock. They are also set to go out on tour around Germany and Belgium, starting off in Hamburg, Germany on June 15, before ceasing in Augsburg on June 21.

They are also teaming up with August Burns Red, Miss May I and Thornhill to tour the UK and more of Europe. Bury Tomorrow are heading to Brighton, Southampton, Newcastle, Glasgow, Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol and Norwich in the UK, before finishing off with two back to back dates at the Electric Ballroom in London on November 24 and 25. Get your tickets for the UK shows here!

Watch the video for ‘DEATH (Ever Colder)‘ below!

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