Bring Me The Horizon rush release album following leak

'Sempiternal' now due out on April 1

Bring Me The Horizon rush release album following leak

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Bring Me The Horizon have brought forward the release date of their new album 'Sempiternal' following it leaking online.

The Sheffield metal band will now release the album on April 1 having originally planned to release it on April 30. In addition to making the album available to fans almost a month earlier than planned, 'Sempiternal' can be streamed immediately for one week only via the band's official website.

Speaking about the release date move, Bring Me The Horizon frontman Oli Sykes said: "Due to overwhelming and phenomenal demand, 'Sempiternal' will be with you sooner than you thought, we are glad you have heard and & love it and all we can ask is if you enjoy this album you'll help the band continue to make records and buy it when it's released officially."

Bring Me The Horizon tour from the end of April, see dates and ticket info below.

Manchester, Academy 2 (April 29)
Newcastle University (30)
Inverness Ironworks (May 1)
Glasgow ABC (2)
Portsmouth Pyramids Centre (4)
Cardiff Solus (5)
Wolverhampton Wulfrun (6)
London KOKO (7)


To check the availability of Bring Me The Horizon tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.


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