Metal giants Bring Me The Horizon have released details of their new album which is out at the end of April (29th).

Called Sempiternal, it is the fourth studio album by platinum selling band who are being credited by the likes of Q magazine and The Times as saviours of British heavy metal.

The Sheffield five piece recorded ‘Sempiternal’ over a three month period with producer Terry Date (Linkin Park, Deftones, Soundgarden). The band describe the album as ‘an embracing ride through soaring vocals, supercharged melodies and what can only be described as spine tingling metal anthems’.

The band recently released a short album teaser which can be viewed here.

Bring Me The Horizon ended 2012 on a high note, headlining Alexander Palace in London last November as part of the Warped Tour. They start their touring year with shows in Australia and South Africa in February and March, followed by some low key shows in the UK through April/May.

Frontman Oliver Sykes said: “We literally can’t wait for these UK shows. It feels like we’ve been away for so long and to come back and play the most intimate shows we’ve played In a long time is so exciting.”


April 29th Manchester Academy 2

April 30th Newcastle University


1st Inverness Ironworks

2nd Glasgow 02 ABC

4th Portsmouth Pyramids Centre

5th Cardiff Solus

6th Wolverhampton Wulfrun

7th London KoKo

‘Sempiternal’ is available now to pre-order exclusively through the band’s website. Fans will have the chance to order a limited edition deluxe album bundle plus the opportunity to order tickets for the upcoming UK tour 48 hours before they go on general sale. Bring Me The Horizon are Oliver Sykes, Lee Malia, Matthew Kean, Matthew Nicholls and Jordan Fish. (Jona Weinhofen is no longer in the band.)