It’s album reflecting the chaos of the world burning around them, but instead of turning a blind eye they’re embracing it and using their music to soundtrack the fight back. From the ultra-technical riffs of Abandon Us, to the guttural anthem of Boltcutter, we find a band redefining their sound with a joyous onslaught of meticulously crafted metal anthems.
One of the crowning moments is the piano-led, almost ballad-like Majesty, which opens with Tom’s soft dulcet tones before erupting into an inferno of frenetic riffs, and Dani Winter-Bates showing why he’s one of the best frontmen within the scene with a masterful display of pure vocal range.
This is a version of Bury Tomorrow free from their shackles, attacking with the precision of an apex predator and mastering their art with sublime execution. The Seventh Sun is a glorious new dawn.
For fans of: Killswitch Engage, While She Sleeps, Architects
The Seventh Sun is released on March 31 via Music For Nations