Birmingham show for Bury Tomorrow
One of modern British metal's brightest sparks - Bury Tomorrow - are providing an alternative to the regular pantomime night out in Birmingham this Christmas.
The Hampshire quintet have had a busy 2018 with shows around the country selling out and their third UK top 40 album Black Flame released back in July.
And despite securing more success, they're not ones to pander to the mainstream.
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"We’re a heavy band,” laughs singer Dani Winter-Bates. “We’re never going to be a radio rock band and there’s no compromise there. We’re doing it on our own terms: this thing [Black Flame] is a freight train and I’ve never been prouder of anything we’ve ever put together as a band.
"It’s unapologetic, it’s pushing the envelope, and it’s a statement that shows exactly who we are as a band.”
Fans can experience that for themselves when they play at Birmingham's at the O2 Institute on December 12.
For tickets, priced at £18.50, click here.
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