Who is Bury Your Dead?
Bury Your Dead was founded in 2001, and they are from Boston, Massachusetts. By the time they released their first album, You Had Me At Hello, in 2003 on Alveran Records, Bury Your Dead had gone through many band member changes. The vocalist on this album was Mike Nunez, Brendan MacDonald and Dan O'Connor on guitar, Rich Casey on bass, and Chris Sansone on drums. Dan O'Connor left Bury Your Dead, and Eric Ellis joined in 2004. Chris Sansone left the band, and Mark Castillo rejoined to play drums. Mike Nunez also left the band, and Mat Bruso joined on vocals. Bury Your Dead released their second full length album, Cover Your Tracks, in 2004 on Victory Records. Rich Casey left the band, and Aaron Patrick joined in 2006. Bury Your Dead released their third full length album, Beauty And The Breakdown, in 2006. Mat Bruso left the band and was replaced with Michael Crafter until, Myke Terry joined in 2007. Eric Ellis also left Bury Your Dead, and he was replaced with Chris Towning in 2008. Bury Your Dead released their fourth full length album that was Self-Titled in 2008. Aaron Patrick left the band, and he was replaced with Chris Cain on bass. Bury Your dead released their fifth full length album, It's Nothing Personal, in 2009. Myke Terry left the band in 2011, and Mat Bruso rejoined the band. Mark Castillo left Bury Your Dead, and he was replaced with Dustin Schoenhofer on drums. Chris Cain left the band as well, and h was replaced with Aaron Patrick who came back for awhile until Sean Chamillian for live performances. Bury Your Dead released their sixth full length album, Mosh n' Roll, in 2011 on Madiaskare Records. Dustin Shoenhofer parted ways in 2015, and Mark Castillo rejoined the band. Aaron Patrick also rejoined Bury Your Dead in 2016.