The band recorded and released their debut album titled “You Had Me at Hello” in March 2002, borrowed a van, then toured in support of it. After several successful tours Bury Your Dead decided to go their separate ways.
After several months had passed, members of the band expressed interest in reforming Bury Your Dead. They rounded up some of their old lineup, with a few others to fill in. After acquiring vocalist Mat Bruso, they ran into their old drummer, Castillo, who was touring with Between the Buried and Me, and they discussed their desire to make Bury Your Dead a serious band again. Castillo agreed, and the band did a few short tours as well as appearances at hardcore festivals including Hellfest and The New England Metal and Hardcore Festival.
With their lineup in place Bury Your Dead was approached by Victory Records in July 2003 and they signed a deal with the label the following winter. Their Victory Records debut titled “Cover Your Tracks” was issued in 2004.
In March 2008 Bury Your Dead released their self-titled album. It was the first album to feature Myke Terry on vocals. The album featured Alter Bridge guitarist Mark Tremonti, who contributed a guest solo to the track “Year One.”
Prior to the May 2009 release of Bury Your Dead’s fifth studio album, “It’s Nothing Personal,” they released their new single, “Hurting Not Helping.” Later they released another single, “Broken Body.” The album was recorded/engineered by Shane Frisby and Peter Rutcho who have worked with acts such as Widow Sunday, Hell Within and Corpus Christi.
In August 2011 they released “Mosh n’ Roll,” which was their first release on the Mediaskare label.