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Portraits CD

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Product details

  • Audio CD (12 Oct. 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Basick Records
  • ASIN: B002Q1O3EA
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 263,334 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Confessions
  2. Evolution of Self
  3. You & I
  4. Her Bones in the Sand
  5. Repair the Lining
  6. Casting Shapes
  7. Factory of Embers
  8. Relief
  9. Anything With Teeth
  10. These Woods Aren't Safe for Us
  11. Portraits

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Format: Audio CD
Southampton's Bury Tomorrow are HUGE! In every sense of the word, possibly the town's biggest band right now, they sound HUGE, they have a huge following and they are continuing to make huge waves on the UK metal scene. The biggest question though is are they any good or are they just another tired metal band re-treading the same ground as a zillion other bands?
WHO GIVES A F**K!? Bury Tomorrow are awesome and that is all that matters!
Metalcore apparently!? Another stupid genre name; the band encompass so many styles of metal including emo via thrash evolving into death metal and colliding with hardcore (to name a few). To do them the dis-service of narrowing it into one all encompassing word other than metal and metal alone is insulting to the band and their music.
Okay, so even the band members themselves refer to it as metalcore (with vocals). If it makes them happy!

Each song on this, the band's debut full-length record is (almost) pure brutal metal music at its best.
A superb production highlights every moment on this great album. Every single moment throughout is given the studio respect it deserves. This all means that every down-tuned and punishing riff invites the listener to slam dance in their own living room whilst simultaneously appreciating every nuance and clever motif throughout.
First track `Confessions' introduces what Bury Tomorrow are all about; mixing angular guitars, crushing rhythms, Dani Filth style screams juxtaposing with waif-like emo vocals and culminating in an ethereal and delightful guitar coda. The band immediately makes it clear that they are not just about chest-beating, man's metal and this alone sets them apart from many of their contemporaries.
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Format: Audio CD
This is one of those few albums you can listen from the first heavy beats of the first track to the closing parts of the final track, every song is simply amazing. Right off the bat you are introduced to some heavy riffs and loud screaming, i could simply mosh to it all day, but then the clean melodical vocals come into play which really break the songs up nicely and add something that most bands dont which is versatility. Ive owned this album for a month now and i still play it from start to finish.

If your a fan of metal, its simple just buy this album it will not dissapoint!
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Format: Audio CD
had this album since the day it was released, bury tomorrow are wonderful guys who do the Metalcore genre proud, buy this album and you will never look back. amazing!
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