Sydney’s Buried in Verona had an eventful year to say the least. Band line-up changes, new album, epic tours, delayed flights, it’s all happened for the Sydney quintet in 2015.
As the year kicked in, the band were in the midst of a national tour before playing a few local festivals, Straya Day Fest in Brisbane and later Shorefest in April. July saw the official announcement of three new band members entering Buried in Verona as permanent fixtures as they welcomed, Mark Harris (Guitars/Vocals), Brandon Martel (Bass) and James Swanson (Drums). In August, the band released their most forthright release yet, Vultures Above, Lions Below. Following the release the band stepped out on a full national tour in support of the album supported by Hands of Mercy, Void of Vision and Polaris. A South East Asian tour in October before joining up on Northlane’s ‘Node’ tour alongside August Burns Red and Like Moths to Flames, but not before enduring a lengthy delay via Indonesia.
Indeed an epic year for one of Australia’s finest metalcore bands.
Wall of Sound is joined by vocalist, Brett Anderson as he slips in his ‘best of the best’, and some major surprises are in-store!
BEST MUSIC VIDEO OF 2015?
The Amity Affliction – ‘Shine On’
BEST GIG YOU’VE SEEN 2015?
Northlane / August Burns Red both killed it on the Node tour.