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Buried In Verona share new track ‘Can’t Be Unsaid’

Following on from 2014’s ‘Faceless’ and the lineup changes that follows, today Buried In Verona have announced details of their return.

‘Vultures Above, Lions Below’, the bands fifth album, is set for release on August 7th via UNFD/Rise Records and is described by guitarist Richie Newman as, “The album we have always wanted to write. It’s the most honest representation of who we are as people – we’ve been through hell and back in a lot of aspects of our lives, and this is the end result.”

“Brett (Anderson) wrote his lyrics based on everything that was and is going on in his world. We’ve both been so up and down emotionally, so what I heard really hit me hard because I know what he’s going through and hearing him sing his heart out on the album was an amazing experience to be a part of.”

“I was in a really low point in my life struggling with depression,” reveals Brett. “Everything I was writing, lyrically and musically, was sounding really depressing. Mark (Harris) stepped in and helped me put a positive spin on a lot of my songs.”

To give you a taste of what to expect from the self-produced album listen to ‘Can’t Be Unsaid’, the first track to be lifted from ‘Vultures Above, Lions Below’.

The tracklisting and artwork for ‘Vultures Above, Lions Below’ is as follows.

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1. Vultures Above
2. Extraction
3. Dig Me Out
4. Hurricane
5. Separation
6. Can’t Be Unsaid
7. Reflection
8. Done For Good
9. Pathways
10. Unbroken
11. Bring Me Home
12. Lions Below

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