Bury Tomorrow Brings Seventh Sun Tour to Nashville


On May 11, 2023 Bury Tomorrow brought The Seventh Sun US and Canada Tour to Nashville’s Basement East music venue. Fans from all over piled in to witness this infamous band perform in the United States for the first time since 2010. Supporting acts for this tour included SiameseAfterlife, and Hollow Front.

Formed in 2006 out of Hampshire, England metalcore band Bury Tomorrow arrived in Nashville with one goal and one goal only, and that was to entertain. Although the opening bands provided an amazing set nothing could match what these guys had in store for music city. From the moment they entered the stage pure chaos ensued, and fans were ready for it. Vocalist, Daniel Winter-Bates, announced to the crowd how nice it was to be back in the states, with this question following “How many of you have been in a circle pit before?” A few hands raised as Winter-Bates laughed and said, “Well you are about to be.” Within moments a circle pit had swept the floor like a vortex, and nearly the entire venue had joined. Having released 7 studio albums this far, the most recent in March 2023 titled The Seventh Sun, fans got to experience songs both old and new. During their 13 song set they opened with “Boltcutter,” and also played “Cannibal,” “Choke,” “Man on Fire,” before closing out the night with “DEATH (even colder).” Although it has been over a decade since diehard fans have got to witness them perform live in the states they were sure to make it a night to remember. Their comfortability, energy, and admiral relationship with not only the fans, but with each other as bandmates makes one hope that we don’t have to wait another decade to witness this iconic band.

The Seventh Sun US and Canada Tour began on May 2, 2023 in Los Angeles, and will hit several major cities including Atlanta, Chicago, and Montreal before finishing up on May 20th in New York City. To see tour dates near you click HERE

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