Following a swirl of rumours surrounding mysterious guerrilla marketing, Bring Me The Horizon have finally announced details of what’s in store for the future – including a trip to our shores.
The metalcore outfit released new track ‘Mantra’ to an overwhelmingly positive response earlier today, and have now confirmed they’re set to release a new album next year titled amo. The record will mark the sixth studio album to be released by BMTH and is the product of a summer in LA.
Oli Sykes and Jordan Fish handled production on amo, which Sykes describes as “a love album.”
“amo is a love album that explores every aspect of that most powerful emotion,” said Sykes. “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.”
To celebrate their new music, BMTH is hitting the road for a huge Australian tour next year which will see them take their live show to Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.
Bring Me The Horizon First Love Australian Tour 2019
Wednesday April 10: Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, QLD
Friday April 12: Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney, NSW
Saturday April 13: Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, VIC
Save yourself from the pain of missing out on tickets by pre-ordering amo through JB Hi-Fi before Monday September 3, a move that will grant you priority access to pre-sale tickets from 9am on Tuesday September 4.
amo is due to be released on Friday January 11 via RCA/Sony. Live Nation’s pre-sale for BMTH’s Australian tour begins on Thursday September 6, with general sale tickets available from 9am on Friday September 7.
Reminisce on Bring Me The Horizon's 2015 LP That's The Spirit in our interview with Jordan Fish.