Bury Tomorrow Release Download Festival Themed Sceptres Music Video

They're having the year of their lives: They've torn up the UK on the Rocksound Impericon tour, they're about to open the Main Stage at Reading & Leeds 2013 and small earthquakes have caused less damage than their set at Donington this year. Now, in their latest move, Hampshire metalcore band Bury Tomorrow have revealed their brand new music video for the track Sceptres, a song described by vocalist Daniel Winter-Bates at Download as "the heaviest song they'd ever written".

How appropriate it is then that the Sceptres video is formed up of footage from Bury Tomorrow's Download Festival performance! Their bassist Davyd Winter-Bates (Daniel's brother) had this to say about the thought process of putting the video together:

"Download was such an amazing experience for us that we wanted to share it with everyone who couldn't make it to see our set. I hope everyone has half as much fun watching it as we did playing it, team BT forever".

Not seen Bury Tomorrow live before? They'll be back on the road this September and October, supporting their breakthrough album The Union Of Crowns one final time before going back into the studio to record their third album. Their tour dates are as follows:

September 26th - Southampton - Mo Club
September 27th - Bristol - The Fleece
September 28th - Birmingham - O2 Academy2
September 29th - Manchester - Academy 3
September 30th - Newcastle - O2 Academy 2
October 1st - Glasgow - Garage
October 2nd - Nottingham - Rescue Rooms
October 3rd - Norwich - Waterfront
October 4th - London - O2 Academy Islington
 
Support on the tour will come from Empress, Heart In Hand and main support from UKHC mob Feed The Rhino. That's enough from us - go watch the Sceptres video below:
 

BURY TOMORROW - Sceptres (OFFICIAL VIDEO)

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