Sheffield heavy hitters Bring Me The Horizon are set to head back into the studio to lay down what will be their fourth studio full-length.
The band are working with a producer named Terry Date on a follow-up to the ridiculously well-received 2010 record ‘There Is A Hell Believe Me I’ve Seen It, There Is A Heaven Let’s Keep It A Secret’.
Following an arena tour with Machine Head as well as announcement that they will be taking part in the UK version of Warped Tour alongside bands such as Architects, The Acacia Strain and Bury Tomorrow, who knows what delights we may hear when the new record rolls out later next year through the bands new label, Sony Records.
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