Metal Hammer UK


AS THE FRONTMAN of metalcore mainstays Bury Tomorrow, Dani Winter-Bates has been in the game for a while now. Over the past decade-plus, as the band have leapt up through the ranks into the upper echelons of their genre, he’s become one of our scene’s loudest advocates for respecting your fans, protecting the NHS and discussing mental health. We caught up with the frontman to find out how, as a self-confessed introvert, he copes in such an extroverted job, and how his band have survived their darkest moments.


“In the band I come across as quite extroverted because, obviously, I’m a frontman, but as far as one-to-one interactions go, unexpected social situations for me are a bit awkward. In mental health we talk about the mental wellness of persona and

Citiți o mostră, înregistrați-vă pentru a citi în continuare.

Mai multe de la Metal Hammer UK

Metal Hammer UK2 min citite
Metal Hammer
Future PLC, 1-10 Praed Mews, Paddington, London, W2 1QY Web: Letters: Editor Merlin Alderslade Deputy Editor Eleanor Goodman Production Editor
Metal Hammer UK16 min citite
“It Was Like He Came From Another Planet”
The godfathers of heavy metal were starting to feel their age. 1978 was supposed to be a year of celebration for Black Sabbath – their 10th anniversary – but in reality, the group was falling apart. “The fun of being in a rock band was dwindling for
Metal Hammer UK6 min citite
We Love Evh
“The first time I heard Eddie, I didn’t even play guitar yet, and Eruption just destroyed me. Of all the guitarists that made me what I am today, he – along with Uli Jon Roth – is the reason I’ve got a whammy bar on almost every guitar I own. Eddie’s