Bury Your Dead Pay-Per-View

The Rave Live have announced a live pay-per-view webcast of Bury Your Dead's July 2nd concert from The Rave in Milwaukee.

Bury Your Dead is headlining the "Over The Limit II Tour", with support from Evergreen Terrace, For The Fallen Dreams, In The Midst Of Lions, Thick As Blood, Hundredth, Betrayal, and Murder Death Kill. All bands are scheduled to be streamed as part of the webcast.

Bury Your Dead recently released a new song, "Slaughterhouse Five". The track comes off the band's new album, "Mosh & Roll", which is scheduled for release on August 2 via Mediaskare Records.

Bury Your Dead recently parted ways with vocalist Myke Terry and replaced him with the group's previous frontman, Mat Bruso.

"I'm so glad this song is finally out, so I'm not the only one who knows the words anymore," commented Bruso. "I'm excited as hell to play shows this summer and see kids injure somebody to this one. I hope everyone is practicing the part they want the mic for 'cause I'm out of shape now, I can't do it all on my own."

The webcast is scheduled for Saturday, July 2nd (5pm Eastern / 4pm Central / 2pm West) and will be available on a live pay-per-view for $3.99 in advance, and $4.99 on the day of the show.

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