Bring Me The Horizon announce Edinburgh gig

With their highly-anticipated new album, That’s The Spirit, set for release next week, Sheffield’s Bring Me The Horizon have announced a UK headline tour for November, including a date at Edinburgh’s Corn Exchange.

Bring Me The Horizon have had a whirlwind two years, which has seen them play sell-out shows around the world including Wembley Arena, score a Top 3 album, dominate Radio 1’s playlist with 260 plays of Drown alone, and sell over two million albums worldwide to date.

They have successfully transcended the world of metal into the world of music that appeals to the masses, without losing an ounce of credibility or compromising their sound.

The band revealed the first track from the album as Dan Carter’s Rockest Record recently.  The set-up track Happy Song instantly clocked up three simultaneous trends on Twitter, top trends on Facebook and entered the iTunes rock chart at number 1 in the UK, US, Australia and whole host of other countries, creating a huge frenzy of excitement and anticipation worldwide.

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That’s The Spirit is an 11-track exhilarating ride of an album, bursting with huge riffs, soaring vocals and stadium filling monster tracks.  It was recorded in Santorini  –  the most popular island in Greece – mixed in London, mastered in New York, and produced by the band’s own Oli Sykes and Jordan Fish.

2013 saw Bring Me The Horizon release the globally successful Sempiternal. The album triggered a year of triumphs for the young band from Sheffield and has sold over half a million copies worldwide to date, it firmly put them on the map and proved that a metal band can make their mark on the mainstream.

Bring Me Horizon brought 2014 to a close on a huge high with a sold out show at Wembley Arena and a hit single with a brand new track entitled Drown.

Last weekend, they performed at Reading & Leeds Festivals, as direct support to Metallica.

Bring Me The Horizon, Edinburgh Corn Exchange, November 25.

Check out Bring Me The Horizon’s new track, Throne, below.