After three years of playing throughout the UK/Europe, playing everywhere they could and to anyone that would listen, Bury Tomorrow recorded their anticipated debut full length album ‘Portraits’ in London at Wellerhill Studios, and after it’s initial release on UK label Basick Records in October 2009, the band gained the interest of fans throughout the world which ultimately led them to an encounter with The Artery Foundation. Eric Rushing, founder and owner of The Artery Foundation asserted, “Their songs are so catchy and melodic at times but then just as brutal and hard at others. We are very excited to introduce such a great band to the US.” A US & Japanese release of Portraits followed in March 2010, which led the band to embark on a year of extensive touring, including multiple US/UK/EURO tours and a Japanese run at the end of 2010. The band are currently working on a second album that they hope to release at the end of 2011.

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