Bury Thy Kingdom
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Bassist Alex Piehl of Pittsburgh act Bury They Kingdom has checked in with the following announcement about parting ways with the band:
"Hey guys, this is Alex. Sad to say I am no longer a part of Bury Thy Kingdom and will not be playing any future shows with the band. It's been a fun year and a half and I will miss you all.
"I wish them the best of luck and I want to let the band and all of the fans out there know how grateful and appreciative I am for the opportunities and memories that I will cherish forever.
"Take care and feel free to hit me up on my personal Facebook account (I am the only Alex Piehl in Pittsburgh, PA). Thanks again everyone." More...
Pittsburgh's Bury Thy Kingdom has posted the following message online about missing tonight's show at Corry's Metal Meltdown 2013:
"We regret to inform everyone, but due to some vehicle complications (to put it mildly) we are unable to perform at Corry's Metal Meltdown today. We wholeheartedly apologize and look forwarding to coming back to NW PA in 5 weeks for Jim N I Metal Massacre!
"Don't worry though, the show today will still kick major ass!!! Pathos Departure, Manokin, A Plague Upon Us, The Faded Fallen, and Royal/Revise will all destroy it tonight!!"
Further details on the vent In Corry, PA are available at this location.
Pittsburgh six piece Bury Thy Kingdom has released the new EP "Edge of the Sea," and now tracks from the release are available online. Check out "Khan Artist" and "Leviathan" in the clips below. The "Edge of the Sea" track listing is:
1. Darkened Skies
2. White Waves
3. Khan Artist
5. Eye of the Storm
6. Mask the Wonders
7. Edge of the Sea More...