The band will release a DVD of the performance later this year
Bring Me The Horizon have announced the release of a live album featuring a recording of their performance at the Royal Albert Hall earlier this year.
The group played the London venue in April in support of Teenage Cancer Trust, accompanied by a full orchestra and choir.
A recording of their performance will be released on CD and DVD on December 2. Proceeds from sales of the album will be donated to Teenage Cancer Trust.
Bring Me The Horizon released their fifth album, ‘That’s The Spirit’, in September last year.
The band are due to embark on a UK tour later this month, opening with a gig at London’s O2 Arena with support from Enter Shikari.
Last month, the group were forced to postpone two dates on their Australian tour after frontman Oli Sykes was diagnosed with acute laryngitis. The gigs have been rescheduled for February next year.