BURY TOMORROW stream new track ‘Watcher’

BURY TOMORROW stream new track ‘Watcher’

Taken from their forthcoming album, ‘Runes’, released May 26th on Nuclear Blast Records.


Hampshire metallers, Bury Tomorrow, are now streaming their brand new track, ‘Watcher’, on YouTube. The track, which got an exclusive first play on Monday evenings Radio 1 Rock Show, is taken from

their forthcoming third album, entitled ‘Runes’, released on May 26th on Nuclear Blast Records.






We felt this song gave the best representation of the sound we have gone for with Runes. Watcher shows our heavy and melodic side really well  and we were stoked to show the world some new riffs,” says frontman, Daniel Winter-Bates.

The response so far has been beyond our expectations, people seem to have completely got what we were going for musically and lyrically. We can’t wait to release an official single but for now this is a little taster.



Runes is the album we have always wanted to make  and we cannot wait for everyone to hear it. Progressing from (2012’s) ‘Union of Crowns’, we’ve tried to capture our favourite era of metalcore whilst blending the nuances of what make the genre so great today. It’s a faster, more aggressive album, but it still sounds like us, we couldn’t be prouder of it!”

The band can also reveal a tour of intiminate venues around the UK in support of the album’s release.


21: STOKE Sugarmill

22: EDINBURGH Studio 24

23: LIVERPOOL Academy 2

28: OXFORD Academy 2

29: CARDIFF Solus 2

30: PLYMOUTH White Rabbit


Before that run, they band also play the Impericon Festival in Manchester in April.


27: IMPERICON FESTIVAL @ The Ritz, Manchester

For more on Bury Tomorrow, please see:


Previous post
John Cooper Clarke Announces Blackpool Winter Gardens Show - Friday 20th June 2014
Next post
The Rifles - ‘None The Wiser’ (Out 20.1.2014)

BURY TOMORROW stream new track ‘Watcher’