It's not out 'til Monday, but we're letting you stream 'Runes' in full a few days early. GET THIS IN YOUR EARS.
It's no secret that we ruddy love Bury Tomorrow - yep, even Dav - and it's not just because they're all great dudes. They've consistently proved themselves to be one of the most innovative bands in British metal, and their new album 'Runes' is a thing of beauty - they really have pushed themselves to the limits more than ever before.
So, without further ado, allow us to present you with the pre-release stream of 'Runes', in full. Clear the next hour or your life and move all breakable objects away from your desk - shit's about to get heavy.
GO ON. PLAY IT AGAIN!
Bury Tomorrow's new album 'Runes' is released Monday, May 26 through Nuclear Blast. You can pre-order your copy a physical copy at this link (comes with a signed insert - woo!), or pre-order it on iTunes at this one.
As an extra treat for BT fans, we've hooked up 100 limited edition 'Runes' tees, and you can only get hold of them through our Facebook page. Interested? Head here: http://bit.ly/1gijEm9.
Catch Bury Tomorrow on the road this summer:
21 - STOKE Sugarmill
22 - EDINBURGH Studio 24
23 - LIVERPOOL Academy
24 - LEEDS Slam Dunk North
25 - HATFIELD Slam Dunk South
26 - WOLVERHAMPTON Slam Dunk Midlands
28 - OXFORD Academy II
29 - CARDIFF Solus II
30 - PLYMOUTH White Rabbit
31 - KINGSTON College
01 - KINGSTON College
13 - DONINGTON Download Festival
While we have you, it's a good time to point out that there's a massive four-page feature on Bury Tomorrow in the latest issue of Rock Sound. Download the digital edition now to read their story of triumph over uncertain times, and why they're in their strongest position ever.
Rock Sound issue 188 is on sale everywhere today. Click here to download our digital edition or we'll post you a new issue right away!
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