Bring Me The Horizon Announce U.S. Tour With Sleeping With Sirens And Poppy
It looks like Bring Me The Horizon are taking America once more. The band have announced a new set of U.S. tour dates, this time around with Sleeping With Sirens and Poppy coming along for the ride. The trek is being called the ‘Threesome Tour,’ in case your spank bank is empty.
Join the ménage à neck tattoos at one of the following dates below:
10 Phoenix, AZ – Comerica Theatre
12 Sacramento, CA – Aftershock Festival
14 Portland, OR – Theatre Of The Clouds
16 Seattle, WA – WAMU Theater
18 Las Vegas, NV – Las Rageous
19 San Diego, CA – Viejas Arena
21 Oklahoma City, OK – The Criterion
22 Kansas City, MO – Arvest Bank Theatre are The Midland
25 San Antonio, TX – Sunken Garden Theater
27 New Orleans, LA – Voodoo Festival
28 Tampa, FL – The Cuban Club
29 Miami, FL – The Fillmore
Speaking to Kerrang! earlier this year, BMTH frontman Oli Sykes discussed the emotional process behind the band’s new album.
“Making our new record [amo], I learned that it’s really important to process things,” sayd the singer, “even if you think you’re in a better place than you’ve ever been in your life, and you’re happy for everything that’s happened. If you don’t process grief, you’ll forever be scarred by it; you’ll forever have that baggage if you don’t figure out why it happened and what it did.
“There was a massive resistance for me at first to process what I’d been through, because I was like, ‘I’m fine! I’m so glad it happened, because I’m in a better place now,’” recounted Oli. “But, at the same time, if you lose a family member, even if they die from a long battle with cancer, or old age… a situation where you were at peace with it even when it ended, because you were like, ‘It needed to happen, they’re in a better place…’ you can’t just go, ‘That’s that.’
“You have to grieve, you have to miss that person, you have to deal with whatever issues [it brings up].”
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