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Bury Tomorrow Posts New European Tour Diary

U.K. metalcore act Bury Tomorrow is currently touring across Europe in support of the band's most recent effort, "The Union Of Crowns." Metal Hammer Germany now issued the second episode of the band's official tour diary in both German and English.

Check out an excerpt below or the full tour diary at this location (English version available below the German text).

Bury Tomorrow's upcoming tour dates are as follows:

Nov 9th - Southampton, Mo Club
Nov 10th - London, Alexandra Palace (UK Warped)
Nov 11th - Birmingham, HMV Institute
Nov 12th - Manchester, Academy 2
Nov 13th - Leeds, Metro Uni
Nov 14th - Glasgow, Garage
Nov 15th - Newcastle, Uni
Nov 16th - Nottingham, Rock City
Nov 17th - Norwich, Waterfront

Day 6 – Brno, CZ: We turned up to the show in Brno to discover that the promoter doesn’t sell pre sale for his shows, we where all a bit concerned about this to say the least, as there where no kids waiting outside the venue like usual. With half an hour to go until doors there was still no one waiting to go to come in making the whole touring party nervous that this could be the worst show of tour. All of a sudden with five minutes till doors, an enormous queue formed with about, packing the Czech venue and almost completely selling out. The crowd where insane, and despite not being able to speak much English, seemed to know every word. After the show, we headed to our accommodation, which was a floor of a hotel.

As all the bands where staying on the same floor, a party broke out which lasted until the morning, with the entire tour party going hard! The following morning we woke up to a jilted English eviction from the hotel, stating we must leave and were not permitted to stay another night. I guess the other guests didn’t enjoy the party as much as we did.

Day 7 – Day Off: As we were not able to stay in our hotel another night we decided to head to Bratislava a day early and stay with the promoter of he show the following day. He took us to the local bars, which is where we learnt that Bratislava has the cheapest alcohol we have experienced anywhere in the world (a litre bottle of vodka, is cheaper than a litre bottle of water). We kept it an early night with this in mind (heading home around 1am) knowing that with alcohol this cheap we were bound to be smashing some beers back after the show the next day.

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