Bring Me The Horizon Announce 2021 Arena Tour
Fresh from the announcement of their collab-filled nine-track Post Human: Survival Horror EP, Bring Me The Horizon have just unveiled five huge UK tour dates for 2021.
Oli Sykes and co. will be hitting arenas in Glasgow, Cardiff, Sheffield, Birmingham and London on the Post Human Tour next September, with EP pre-orders granting fans early access to tickets. And it’s worth doing, too, because these are reportedly the band’s “only UK dates of 2021”…
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Speaking to Kerrang! back in June about the sound of Horizon’s next musical steps, frontman Oli teased that “this record’s going to have a very dystopian, cyberpunky, metal feel to it”.
“Whereas I appreciate records like [2019 album] amo as a collage and all over the place, I also appreciate that sometimes when you want to listen to music it’s because you’re in a certain mood,” he said. “Sometimes you just want to keep that mood going – whether you’re angry, happy, sad, whatever – and that’s one thing Bring Me The Horizon haven’t done for a long time, really. Since [2008 album] Suicide Season our records have been quite all over the place, so I thought it’d be interesting to do a more traditional thing where they are tonally very connected so when you put it on it’s not going up and down and all over the place. It still will to a degree because it’s us, but at the same time, there’s almost a brief and a vibe to each record.”
Catch Bring Me The Horizon at the following live dates:
21 Glasgow The SSE Hydro
22 Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
24 Sheffield FlyDSA Arena
25 Birmingham Utilita Arena
26 London The O2 Arena
Post Human: Survival Horror is due out on October 30 – check out the very intriguing tracklist below:
1. Dear Diary
2. Parasite Eve
3. Tear Drops
4. Obey (feat. YUNGBLUD)
5. Itch For The Cure (When We Will Be Free?)
6. IXI (feat. Nova Twins)
7. Kingslayer (feat. BABYMETAL)
9. One Day The Only Butterflies Left Will Be In Your Chest As You March Towards Your Death (feat. Amy Lee of Evanescence)
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