At first listen, Bury Your Dead's latest album, 'It's Nothing Personal,' sounds, well, more commercially-viable. While past efforts aimed to push the hardcore envelope, the follow-up to 2006's 'Beauty and t
A few weeks back, we had the dudes from Bury Your Dead in the offices, and they were psyched for some massive tour they'd been booked on for this summer. Only, they wouldn't provide us with any specific details.
If you blinked you may have missed some of the killer content we had on Noisecreep this week. It's not your fault, really, since we're sort of the "new kid on the block." We're still shaking off the dust and tuning things up, but we look forward to another great week
Leave it to former Bury Your Dead guitarist Eric Ellis to look at a potentially earth-shattering event in a positive light. The 24-year-old guitarist, who left the band after a serious, life-threatening incident occurred while on tour in 2008, looks at what happened to him as something that opened up his life to new possibilities.
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