The basic mood on 'Cannibal' is certainly in strong contrast to the current summertime. It's not light and color which are the main focus and spirit. Darkness and uncompromising emotional honesty is what makes this longplayer to an emotional contrast to what the eye sees these days. If you've got enough sun and want to spend some time on (self-) reflection, you've found your soundtrack with 'Cannibal'.
(8/10) British metalcore-ians of Bury Tomorrow launched their latest studio output 'Earthbound' in 2016. Two years later album number five will step out of the darkness into the light. The 'Black Flame' starts burning mid July, featuring ten new songs of the metalcore quintet and will be the debut for Bury Tomorrow's new label Music... Continue Reading →