You Me At Six enlist Bring Me The Horizon and Parkway Drive for new album

Brit rockers reveal details of forthcoming third album

You Me At Six enlist Bring Me The Horizon and Parkway Drive for new album

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You Me At Six have revealed that Bring Me The Horizon's Oli Sykes and Parkway Drive frontman Winston McCall will sing on their new album.

The Brit rockers have spent the past few months recording their follow-up to 2010's 'Hold Me Down' in Los Angeles with producer Garth Richardson. They returned to the UK earlier this week (beginning May 9). Speaking to Kerrang! singer Josh Franceschi announced the guest vocalists, saying: "I don't think people will be expecting that!"

Talking about the sound of the new album Franceschi claimed that the tracks have "turned out to potentially be the biggest songs we've ever written. There's stuff that sounds like Coldplay and The Script, and one song that sounds like Parkway Drive, then there are songs that sound like they could be on 'Hold Me Down'. It's a very wide spectrum and it's been cool."

He added: "This really is like the beginning of a new chapter for our band. We had to write a good album and I think we have."

You Me At Six will play the UK Sonisphere Festival in July.

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