The Burial have developed and grown as a band immensely since starting in 2005. After releases on Strike First Records and Sancrosant Records, they are now signed to Facedown Records for the release of their new album Lights and Perfections.  Their third release is a dynamic, progressive metal album that is as powerful as it is convicting, both musically and lyrically. The four individuals that make up The Burial are masters of their craft and it shows. A follow up to 2010’s The WinepressLights and Perfections was recorded at Random Awesome Studios (A Plea For Purging), and will be released March 27, 2012 on Facedown Records.
“We are so grateful to be a part of the label and are stoked to hit the road with new material.” – Todd Hatfield
You can hear the first song from their new album “Pearls; The Frailty of Matter” here: http://www.youtube.com/facedownrecords
The Burial will be playing Facedown Night at Facedown Fest on April 7, get tickets here: http://www.facedownfest.com

Coming soon in 2012: New albums from War of Ages, Gideon, Your Memorial, Onward to Olympas & more.

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