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Buried From Below

Late Night Confessions (Of A Prom Queen)

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Buried From Below

Late Night Confessions (Of A Prom Queen)

22 Dec 2011 date joined

England, Derbyshire

Ben Lynch Vocals

Neil Jones Guitar

Chris Burgess Guitar

Steve Everett Bass Guitar

Chris Goddard Drums

Biography

Buried From Below stormed onto their local music scene in 2011. The band had been playing together for little over a year before hitting trouble with past members, but through determination the band had added singer Ben Lynch and bassist Steve Everett to their lineup. The band’s first show was a spectacular day and night in which the band performed at a battle of the bands three times in front of a crowd and judges. Not to disapoint, Buried From Below delievered an amazing stage show and won the judges over with their original material. This show had something extra special about it as the band were the only Metalcore band to play the show, playing with such other local acts as Down To A Science, Raptorial and The Distancing. The band won the competition grabbing a cash prize. Buried From Below have been featured in local publications such as the Burton Mail and Arch Newspaper/Magazine. With such reviews stating their unique sound in a local music scene flooded with similiar sounding acts. Also being featured in a comical interview showing the bands “fun” side with Breakout Interviews. In December 2011, the band released a new single titled Hurting Waiting with a lyric video along side on youtube. The band have starting playing local shows and are lined up to play more throughout 2011 and have already started planning big for 2012 and with the dedication the band put in, be prepared to hear many big things from Buried From Below as they prepare to take over 2012.

Influences

Glamour of the Kill, Of Mice & Men, Killswitch Engage, Bring Me The Horizon

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