Manchester based post-hardcore band Bury The Memory have released their new EP, Can’t Catch The Years.

Drawing upon a wide range of influences from the likes of Every Time I Die and Underoath, Bury The Memory combine visceral vocals and melodic riffs to create their powerful sound.

Can’t Catch The Years includes five tracks – Lobster Boy, Grey Days, A Life Worth Living, Of Great Heights and For All We’ve Lost. All of these tracks are available to listen via iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play and Bury The Memory Bandcamp.

Michael Monaghan, vocalist of Bury The Memory, said: “Can’t Catch The Years is about growing and adapting as a band. The EP portrays our journey and our desire to keep improving to reach the next step.”

Bury The Memory will celebrate this release with a short run of dates with Oaths.

July 21 – The Alleycat, Soho*
July 22 – Lounge 41, Workington
July 23 – The Zoo, Manchester
July 24 – The Alma Inn, Bolton
*Bury The Memory Only


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