Never ones to dwell on the past, Boston natives BURY YOUR DEAD are forging ahead to the future with new vocalist Myke Terry (formerly of CASSIUS) in tow. The band has returned to Florida's Audiohammer Studios, the exact facility where their previous release, "Beauty and the Breakdown", was recorded. BURY YOUR DEAD has also brought back producer Jason Suecof (TRIVIUM, GOD FORBID), continuing with the theme of tradition. Drummer Mark Castillo states, "All I have to say is the new BURY YOUR DEAD isn't what people are going to expect. You really have to hear this."
The as-yet-untitled album is due in stores this spring via Victory Records.
Capital Chaos TV recently posted a video clip of BURY YOUR DEAD's May 15, 2007 performance at The Underground in Roseville, California. Watch it below.
A video interview with BURY YOUR DEAD bassist Bubble, conducted by Capital Chaos TV, has been posted at YouTube. Bubble discusses such subjects as country and opera music, UNEARTH, touring, and the loss of band's last two singers.
BURY YOUR DEAD parted ways with vocalist Michael Crafter (formerly of the the Australian metal band I KILLED THE PROM QUEEN) less than two months after he was named the group's new lead singer.
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