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Bring Me The Horizon bring forward album release
The Sheffield metal band were originally planning on launching Sempiternal on April 30th but following a leak of the new record they have been forced to bump up the release date to April 1st.
Fans are also able to stream the group's fourth studio record through their official website for one week only. The early release ties in perfectly with Bring Me The Horizon's upcoming UK tour which kicks off at Manchester Academy 2 on April 29th.
They will then move to the likes of Newcastle, Inverness, Glasgow, Portsmouth, Cardiff, and Wolverhampton before finishing at London's KOKO on May 7th.
Sempiternal represents the eagerly anticipated follow-up to 2010's There Is a Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It. There Is a Heaven, Let's Keep it a Secret which landed the Best Album accolade at the Kerrang! Awards.
Speaking about the revised release date, front man Olly Sykes said: “Due to overwhelming and phenomenal demand, 'Sempiternal' will be with you sooner than you thought, we are glad you have heard and and love it."
Posted by LB.Posted on 4 Mar 2013 10:46 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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