Bury Tomorrow + Any Given Day + The Charm The Fury
At a time when modern metal is so slavishly led by the following of whatever fashion carousel is popular this week, rare are the bands who find success on their own, gimmick-free terms. A decade into their career, Southampton/ Portsmouth quintet Bury Tomorrow are, by whatever yardstick you want to measure it, one such band. With an ethos which has never wavered from a threefold focus on unswerving passion, unrelenting hard work and remorselessly driving, slash ’n’ burn riffola, Bury Tomorrow have hauled themselves into a position as one of the UK’s premiere purveyors of mosh by the sheer force of their own will. 2014’s ‘Runes’ saw a veritable dam-break for the band, a UK rock chart number one and top 40 success in the mainstream, it was a record that enabled them to take their devastating live show to festival main stages across Europe and the UK, before finally culminating in a headline tour which saw the band playing to 1400 braying fans at a sold out London KOKO. Now though, with Earthbound, they have stepped things up yet another gear.
Any Given Day is a German metalcore and djent band formed in 2012 in Gelsenkirchen. In 2016, the band recorded a song entitled "Arise" with singer and guitarist Matt Heafy of Trivium.
Unique, edgy but charming. The Charm the Fury from Amsterdam, The Netherlands, has brilliantly managed to stand out from the crowd. The band, formed in September 2010, has a unique take on metal and is not only known for its harmonious and heavy songs, but also for their lead vocalist and screamer Caroline Westendorp.