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Bury Tomorrow Signs With Nuclear Blast For Release Of "The Union Of Crowns"

Nuclear Blast is proud to announce the newest addition to its family of diverse artists, U.K. metal act Bury Tomorrow. The band just finished the recordings for a second album, "The Union Of Crowns," which will be hit stores in North America on July 17th.

Commented the band, “We are unbelievably honored to be signing to Nuclear Blast. It feels unreal to be part of a label with such immense pedigree that has so much faith in our music. From the first demo they were sent, the guys at Nuclear Blast were just as stoked on the potential of the record as we were, and that means an awful lot to us. We have always said that this album would be how we defined the genre we've grown up in; what better place to start this path on, than with the world's biggest heavy metal label!"

Nuclear Blast A&R Manager, Jaap Wagemaker, added, “After listening to the first music that was sent to us, we decided that we HAD to work with this young band immediately! Having just finished recording their debut album for Nuclear Blast, The Union Of Crowns… this incredible record clearly shows that this band has everything to make it big in today's metal scene and go far beyond that! We at Nuclear Blast are looking forward to bring this band to the next level!”

The "Union Of Crowns" track listing is:

1. Redeemer
2. The Maiden
3. Lionheart
4. Message to a King
5. An Honourable Reign
6. Knight Life
7. Royal Blood
8. Bitemarks
9. Abdication of Power
10. Kingdom
11. 1603
12. Sceptres
13. Vacant Throne
14. A Curse

Stay tuned to the official Bury Tomorrow Facebook page here for more information on "The Union Of Crowns."

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