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BURY YOUR DEAD ''cover your tracks'' | Victory records



bury your dead BURY YOUR DEAD
"Cover your tracks" (cd)

Added: 2005-02-10
Label: Victory records

 Rating: 2.1/5 (18 votes)


 
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Bury Your Dead IS FUCKING DEAAADDD ! That is my feeling when i am listening to "Cover your tracks". The band took the same direction bands like Throwdown; you know what to expect, nu-metal ingredients sprinkled everywhere; This evolution is disappointing.
The band has re-added their famous hit "Bury your fucking dead" as last track !! Probably for not forgetting these great past moments of real and honest hardcore.
I d like to require attention about the well-made packaging design which one tell an adultery story in pictures movie form. Each song's title is also a movie's name.
it comes to mind immediately that maybe this cd is just a movie fiction too, why not ?
If you are into Hatebreed and other heavy stuff, like old Bury Your Dead,(i think, now we can say old Bury Your Dead) dont get this shit. If you like New Throwdown shit, "Cover your tracks is for you".
Here's the complete biography of them:
Formed in 2001, BURY YOUR DEAD started off as a side project of a band called Hamartia (whose "To Play The Part Of" was released by Goodlife Records), which featured Slim B. (guitar) and Mark Castillo (Drums) were playing in early 2001. With the metalcore sound of Hamartia growing tiresome to both Slim and Mark, they started writing more moshy and less technical songs in their free time. They recruited Rich Casey (formerly of Groundzero) to play bass and Joe Krewko as vocalist and began playing shows in the Massachusetts and Connecticut areas under the name BURY YOUR DEAD. News of their unbridled energy and destructive live show spread immediately around the East Coast hardcore scenes and the band was courted by Alveran Records (Germany) , signing a deal before doing any substantial touring. The band recorded and released their debut album titled

bury your dead"You had me at hello"
(cd)
2005-12-10
  Label : Alveran records

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