Bury Tomorrow's 2018 album 'Black Flame' catapulted them into metal's upper echelons. It was the band's third consecutive UK Top 40 album, that saw them undertake an imposing tour, which culminated with a huge show at London's iconic Roundhouse. But with follow-up 'Cannibal', the band have taken another leap forward. To record it, they reunited with 'Black Flame' producer Dan Weller (Enter Shikari, Young Guns), while mixing and mastering was completed by Adam 'Nolly' Getgood and Ermin Hamidovic, the dream team behind Architects' 'Holy Hell'. The result is Bury Tomorrow's most technical, anthemic album yet. While vocalist and lyricist Dani Winter Bates has long been one of metal's loudest advocates for the importance of discussing mental health, this time he's delved explicitly into his own experiences, writing his most brutally personal lyrics to date.
Bury Tomorrow are a British metalcore band formed in 2006 in Southampton, Hampshire, England. The band is composed of five members; lead vocalist Daniel 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.