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Bury Tomorrow Unveil Black Flame Deluxe Edition And New Song Glasswalk

Listen to Bury Tomorrow’s previously-unreleased song Glasswalk.

Southampton metalcore mob Bury Tomorrow have not only unveiled a new deluxe edition of their album Black Flame – they’ve also dropped a previously-unreleased single with it.

To sit alongside the original record, new live versions of Black Flame, The Age and No Less Violent (recorded at London’s O2 Forum Kentish Town last year), the quintet have released Glasswalk, which, according to vocalist/guitarist Jason Cameron, “was was written prior to the Black Flame writing sessions. We planned to release the track as a stand-alone single whilst tracking the album in early 2018. But as time went on our full attention diverted to writing for Black Flame.

“We tried to find a place for Glasswalk on the album, but felt it didn’t match the sound we created with Black Flame. So, now we’re releasing a deluxe version of the album, and it makes sense to add Glasswalk, to give you an insight into our writing process before Black Flame. Enjoy!”

Check out the very awesome Glasswalk below, and stream the deluxe edition of Black Flame right here.

Catch Bury Tomorrow live at the following, with Employed To Serve in support:


13 Portsmouth Pyramids Centre
14 Nottingham Rock City
15 Cardiff Y Plas
17 Newcastle Riverside
18 Glasgow SWG3
20 Manchester Academy
21 London Camden Roundhouse

Get your tickets now.

Bury Tomorrow Employed To Serve December 2019
Posted on June 14th 2019, 2:25pm
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