Bring Me The Horizon share video for ‘Avalanche’

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Bring Me The Horizon have released a video for their track “Avalanche.”

The song is lifted from the band’s 2015 album, That’s The Spirit, with the video directed by Tom Sykes, brother of BMTH frontman Oli Sykes.

Says Tom: “This is the first time we’ve worked on filming and editing the whole project. Having creative control over every aspect from start to finish was great, it was a lot of work but extremely rewarding.

“We enjoyed working on it together so much that we’ve decided to start a collaborative company called Fun Blood so we can work on projects together in the future.”

Check out the video for “Avalanche” below.

Bring Me The Horizon 2016 tour dates:

Jun 24th: Glastonbury Festival, UK
Oct 31st: London O2 Arena
Nov 01st: Bournemouth International Centre
Nov 02nd: Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
Nov 04th: Birmingham Barclaycard Arena
Nov 05th: London O2 Arena
Nov 06th: Sheffield Motopoint Arena
Nov 08th: Manchester Arena
Nov 09th: Glasgow SEE Hydro

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Bring Me The Horizon release decidedly NSFW video for ‘Follow You’

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Bring Me The Horizon have shared a gore-splattered clip for their track “Follow You”.

The song is lifted from the band’s most recent album, That’s The Spirit, released last year.

Opening with the words “Love is blind, deaf and fucking dumb,” the clip sees a man cheerfully walking through his neighbourhood listening to the song through his headphones, completely oblivious to the people around him embarking on murderous rampages with automatic weapons, hoards of zombies, collapsing buildings and planes falling out of the sky.

The video was directed by Bring Me The Horizon frontman Oli Sykes and Frank Borin, and you can watch it below.

Please note that the video IS gory and definitely NSFW!

Bring Me The Horizon are currently on a widespread tour. They will return to Europe in April for a series of live shows that include a sold-out date at the Royal Albert Hall where the band will play with full orchestral accompaniment and support from US band PVRIS.

Apr 05th: Brussels Ancienne Belgique, Belgium
Apr 06th: Luxembourg Den Atelier, Luxembourg
Apr 07th: Mannheim Alte Feuerwache, Germany
Apr 08th: Milan Alcatraz, Italy
Apr 10th: Madrid La Riviera, Spain
Apr 11th: Barcelona Razzmatazz, Spain
Apr 12th: Cenon Le Rocher De Palmer, France
Apr 13th: Lyon Le Radiant, France
Apr 14th: Paris Zenith De Paris, France
Apr 22nd: London Royal Albert Hall, UK

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Pvris to support Bring Me The Horizon at Royal Albert Hall

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US band Pvris have been announced as support for Bring Me The Horizon’s upcoming show at the Royal Albert Hall.

The sold-out concert takes place on the 22nd of April and will raise funds for the Teenage Cancer Trust, a charity providing cancer-related services for teenagers across the UK. Bring Me The Horizon have already revealed that they will be playing alongside a choir and full orchestra.

Pvris are currently touring North America alongside Fall Out Boy and will head across the pond for their own European dates in April.

Bring Me The Horizon Royal Albert Hall w Pvris Poster

Pvris’ European tour dates are:

Apr 01st: Brighton Concorde, UK
Apr 02nd: Norwich Waterfront, UK
Apr 03rd: Newcastle Riverside, UK
Apr 04th: Glasgow Garage, UK
Apr 06th: Manchester Academy 2, UK
Apr 07th: London Shepherds Bush Empire, UK
Apr 08th: Cardiff Y Plas, UK
Apr 09th: Birmingham Institute 2, UK
Apr 11th: Amsterdam Melkweg, Netherlands
Apr 12th: Paris La Machine Du Moulin Rouge, France
Apr 13th: Antwerp Trix Club, Belgium
Apr 14th: Hamburg Uebel & Gafaehlich, Germany
Apr 16th: Copenhagen West Pumpehuset, Denmark
Apr 17th: Stockholm Klubben, Sweden
Apr 18th: Oslo Vulkan Arena, Norway
Apr 20th: Berlin PBHFCLUB, Germany
Apr 21st: Cologne Luxor, Germany
Apr 22nd: London Royal Albert Hall, UK (with BMTH)
Apr 23rd: Munich Strom, Germany
Jun 17th: Dover Firefly Festival, DE

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Bring Me The Horizon to receive Innovation Award at NME Awards 2016

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Bring Me The Horizon have been confirmed as the recipients of the NME Innovation Award at the 2016 NME Awards.

As well as accepting their award in person, the band will take to the stage for a performance as part of the ceremony at London’s O2 Academy Brixton on the 17th of February.

Fans will have opportunity to get their hands on sold out Pit tickets by signing up to a ballot via the NME website between now and Wednesday the 27th January. Successful applicants picked at random will be able to buy tickets when they go on sale on Friday the 29th of January. 50p from each ticket sold will be donated to Teenage Cancer Trust.

Speaking of the Award, Oli Sykes from Bring Me The Horizon said: “We are extremely excited to be invited to play the awards. This year is full of new experiences, and us playing outside of our comfort zones. This is no exception and we couldn’t be more up for it.”

Mike Williams, editor-in-chief of NME says: “Awarding Bring Me The Horizon with this years Innovation Award was a complete no brainer for NME. Their live shows are absolutely mind-blowing and as a band, they have an incredible amount of creative energy. This sees them innovate time and time again, crossing over from the metal world into the mainstream whilst retaining what made them great in the first place.”

Bring Me The Horizon recently announced a UK arena tour for this October and November.

31st Oct: London, O2 Arena
01st Nov: Bournemouth, BIC
02nd Nov: Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
04th Nov: Birmingham, Barclaycard Arena
05th Nov: London, O2 Arena
06th Nov: Sheffield, Motorpoint Arena
08th Nov: Manchester, Manchester Arena
09th Nov: Glasgow, The SSE Hydro

The band have also announced a very special one-off show that they will be performing for the Teenage Cancer Trust. Bring Me The Horizon will play at the Royal Albert Hall on the 22nd of April and will be accompanied by a full orchestra.

The band’s most recent album, That’s The Spirit, featured in Skin Back Alley’s Top Albums of 2015.

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Bring Me The Horizon announce UK arena tour

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Bring Me The Horizon have revealed details of their biggest ever UK tour.

Confirmation of the arena dates comes after the band said last month that UK live shows were planned in 2016, sharing across social media in December “This is not an announcement. This is a warning.”

Tickets for the shows go on sale at 9am on Friday the 8th of January.

Nov 02nd: Nottingham Capital FM Arena
Nov 04th: Birmingham Barclaycard Arena
Nov 05th: London O2
Nov 06th: Sheffield Arena
Nov 08th: Manchester Arena
Nov 09th: Glasgow SSE Hydro

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