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Portraits

Released on 12 October 2009

Artist: Bury Tomorrow

5.0 out of 5 (6 customer reviews) | Write a review

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  1. Confessions
  2. Evolution Of Self
  3. You And I
  4. Her Bones In The Sand
  5. Repair The Lining
  6. Casting Shapes
  7. Factory Of Embers
  8. Relief
  9. Anything With Teeth
  10. These Woods Aren't Safe For Us
  11. Portraits

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 Average rating (6 reviews)

 The strongest debut metal album album this year ?

| | See all HandlebarHarry's reviews (1)

There's a resounding sense of positivity on Hampshire based metallers Bury Tomorrow's debut full-length, 'Portraits'. Produced by former SikTh members Dan Weller and Justin Hill (Johnny Truant, Gallows, Exit Ten), 'Portraits' is an eleven-track affair that offers up a selection of first-class riffery, solid rhythms and an impressive display of effective dual vocals.

Having already shared stages with the likes of Bring Me The Horizon, Will Haven, Caliban and Architects on their ascent up the underground ladder, 'Portraits' looks set to truly establish the quintet as a leading force within a flourishing UK metal scene.

 A real breakthrough in this genre

| | See all dan818's reviews (4)

Well, where do i start, I've been listening to these guys since the release of their EP and they have come on leaps and bounds

Granted they are not exceptional musicians (by no way saying they are bad) but they work so well together as songwriters which makes this album a masterpiece

From track 1, confessions you can tell this album will be brutal, starting off with an epic breakdown, but then the chorus hits you an in turn you realise how melodic this band can be
Jason (clean vocals) is really the secret to this band, they are second to none, he has such a range, yet sings so cleanly, this is shown at the start of 'you and i'
The guitars aren't over complicated yet give you enough to maintain interest, and the drums back everything up nicely, with many short bursts of double kick, and interesting rhythms and fills
The 2 singers compliment each other nicely, it doesn't ever seem as though they're fighting for a position in the song, which is common nowadays
'relief' has to be the best surprise in the album though, a nice laid back, heartfelt acoustic song, showing off Jasons voice nicely

If you get the chance to pick up the US version it has 3 bonus tracks which are well worth getting

if you buy this album and your a fan of metalcore, you will not be dissapointed!!

 by far my favourite album of the year

| | See all cluckers1181's reviews (2)

This album is a pure masterpiece! i love every single track, the structures, breakdown, vocals, drums, guitars, bass, every thing is perfect! i have loved the band since the track seven stars, and since then every track they have released has been amazing! the EP being by far my favourite EP of all time! if you liked that, you will love this, the new version of these woods aren't safe for us is amazing! i just don't understand how a band of any size can release an album this good! its just that amazing! buy it, buy it now, and go see them live!

 A truly excellent metalcore album

| | See all Goodmetalfan's reviews (21)

With a lot of metalcore bands flying around at the moment, it's pretty hard to sound unique. Portraits is a technically very good album and the songs are really well written to give just the right amount of all ingredients: dirty riffs, tasty breakdowns, powerful growling and some impressive clean vocals.

If bands like August Burns Red and Like Moths to Flames sound good to your brain, then it's well worth checking these guys out. There is real variety in this album, so don't expect a one-dimensional screamfest.

Worth downloading: Confessions and Repair the Lining.

 Beyond Epic

| | See all DaveLikeABoss's reviews (1)

The guys/gals below summed this up better than I ever could. So all i'm going to say is... If you're into metal/hardcore/rock in general you're doing yourself a disservice by not checking this one out. Flawless from start to finish. The best album i've ever purchased and probably ever will purchase.

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