There are well over 250 bands performing over the August Bank Holiday weekend in both Reading and Leeds with dozens of comedians and DJs on top. That’s a lot of stuff to see and if you’re going to either site, you’ve only got a limited amount of time to see a maximum of ten or so bands per day. To help you out, here are a few Thrash Hits tips. Thrash Tips? Sorry.
Bury Tomorrow are a five piece British metalcore band from Hampshire, England that formed in 2006. The band is composed of lead vocalist Dani Winter-Bates, rhythm guitarist and singer Jason Cameron, bassist Davyd Winter-Bates, drummer Adam Jackson and lead guitarist Kristan Dawson, who replaced founding guitarist Mehdi Vismara in 2013. Bury Tomorrow have released two extended plays and four full-length albums. Their most recent album, Earthbound, was released in January 2016 through Nuclear Blast Records. Read more on Last.fm
Bury Tomorrow on Thrash Hits
August 11th, 2013
With the August Bank Holiday weekend rapidly approaching, Reading & Leeds Festivals are once again upon us. As with every year, Reading & Leeds have a bit fat dollop of heaviness in among the landfill indie, so for this week’s Sunday Slaylist we’ve put together a Spotify playlist of the hardest and heaviest from their 2013 line-ups.
November 11th, 2012
Yesterday the Vans Warped Tour made its first return to London since 1999. We didn’t go. We do know some people who did go, and their reactions on Twitter ranged from “Oh my God! Onesies everywhere!” to “Lasted just an hour at Warped”. We know that (some) of us here at Thrash Hits have a reputation as being surly No Fun Club-types, but by gosh, did we not see this as a challenge to make a listenable Sunday Spotify Slaylist about it.
Oh God, did we try.
August 3rd, 2012
The Union of Crowns
13 July 2012
by Jon Kerr
Just as the metalcore has really started to show itself up as becoming passé, Bury Tomorrow have come along with The Union of Crowns – a record which takes the unification of England and Scotland as its concept. It’s a bold idea from these new flag bearers of British proponents of the genre, but musically is there anything truly innovative in between all the genre’s usual cliches and hallmarks?
June 1st, 2012
Hevy Festival have added another 24 bands to their 2012 bill, including the winners of this year’s Redbull Bedroom Jam competition. They’ve also announced the provisional day splits for the bands they’ve announced so far, which give an indication of how many more bands the festival plans on announcing before it all kicks off at the start of August.