Following the release of their fourth full-length album, ‘Sempiternal’, Sheffield’s Bring Me The Horizon managed to surprise us all once again, delivering a stellar album which again has continued to push the boundaries of their popularity and capabilities. Hitting the UK for a full tour to support the album, their first nation headline tour run for more than a year. We caught the band and support acts Crossfaith and Empress at the Manchester date of the tour, and you can see photos below:
After 18 months in absence, it goes without saying that the UK are more than hungry for Sheffield’s Bring Me The Horizon to tour again, especially following a full month after the release of their critically acclaimed new record, ‘Sempiternal’. Now, back on the road, hitting intimate venues when compared to what they can easily sell out now, and with a whole album’s worth of new material, we went to get involved at tour stop number one: Manchester.
With world domination pretty much in the palm of their hands, Bring Me The Horizon have just unveiled a remix of their upcoming single, ‘Go To Hell, For Heaven’s Sake’. You can stream and listen to the remix below:
Sheffield’s Bring Me The Horizon have just released a full stream of their track, ‘Go To Hell, For Heaven’s Sake’, which is set to be the band’s next single. You can stream and here the full song below:
Following the release of their stellar new album ‘Sempiternal’ yesterday, Sheffield’s Bring Me The Horizon will be playing their first show in Leeds tonight (April 2nd 2013) follow its release and are going to stream a live video of the show online.
To coincide with Bring Me The Horizon‘s album ‘Sempiternal’ being released today, frontman Oliver Sykes‘ clothing line Drop Dead Clothing and Fisher-Price have teamed together to release a limited edition sandpit turtle, coinciding with the popular meme after the release of the album’s debut single, ‘Shadow Moses’.
For all of their many detractors, there’s certainly no denying Bring Me The Horizon‘s ambition. From their questionable deathcore roots, the band’s output has been on a trajectory which can only be described as stratospheric, with their ever increasing popularity never proving to diminish a willingness to plunge headlong into experimentation. ‘Sempiternal’ takes this adventurous streak to the nth degree, with the constantly expanding electronica the Sheffield quintet have embraced taking a hugely successful precedent, occasionally seeing the sound transcend any modern notion of ‘heavy’ music.
Up-and-coming British metalheads Empress have just been confirmed that they will join Crossfaith as support for Bring Me The Horizon during their UK tour run this April/May. You can view all dates of the tour below:
Sheffield metallers Bring Me The Horizon have announced a series of intimate shows following the release of their new record ‘Sempiternal’. Read the rest of this entry »
Sheffield’s Bring Me The Horizon have just released the music video to accompany their brand new track, ‘Sleepwalking’. You can stream and check it out below:
Bring Me The Horizon have released a stream of their new album ‘Sempiternal’. Read the rest of this entry »
Bring Me The Horizon have posted their new song ‘Antivist’ online. The song is taken from the bands upcoming album ‘Sempiternal’, which is out April 29th via RCA. Check out the song below. Read the rest of this entry »