Bring Me The Horizon Announce New Album, amo, And Massive Tour
Now, the Sheffield titans are keeping the good news coming with the announcement of their new record amo, as well as a massive world tour. The follow-up to That’s The Spirit was self-produced by the band’s own Oli Sykes and Jordan Fish, and will be dropping on January 11 next year through RCA/Sony.
Of the release, Oli says: “amo is a love album that explores every aspect of that most powerful emotion. It deals with the good the bad and the ugly, and as a result we’ve created an album that’s more experimental, more varied, weird, and wonderful than anything we’ve done before.”
Remind yourself of the brilliance of Mantra, before scrolling down to see where you can catch Bring Me The Horizon live this year.
Bring Me The Horizon will be playing the following shows:
5 Stuttgart Schleyer-halle
6 Hamburg Sporthalle
8 Berlin Ufo Im Velodrome
9 Chemnitz Messe
10 Vienna Stadthalle
12 Zurich Samsung Hall
13 Milan Forum
14 Munich Zenith
16 Antwerp Lotto
17 Frankfurt Jahrhunderthalle
18 Dusseldorf Mitsubishi Electric Hall
20 Amsterdam AFAS Live
21 Paris Le Zenith
23 Birmingham Arena
24 Leeds First Direct Arena
25 Glasgow SSE Hydro
27 Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
29 London Alexandra Palace
30 London Alexandra Palace
Tickets will go on sale Friday, August 31.
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