Bring Me The Horizon to release Royal Albert Hall gig as live album

Band will play Teenage Cancer Trust gig on April 22

Bring Me The Horizon will release their upcoming gig at London’s Royal Albert Hall as a live album and DVD.

The band will play the venue on April 22 and will be backed by a full orchestra for the first time in their career. The Teenage Cancer Trust gig will be recorded and released on a range of formats, with all proceeds going to charity.

The performance will be available as a 2CD/2DVD edition and a deluxe 5 disc photobook. DVD, Blu-ray and heavyweight triple vinyl will also be available. The band will release ‘Bring Me The Horizon Live At The Royal Albert Hall’ in September 2016.

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After the release of their live album, Bring Me The Horizon have a full scale UK arena tour, which will take place through November.

Starting in Nottingham’s Motorpoint Arena on November 2, the band will play live shows in Birmingham Barclaycard Arena, London, The O2, Sheffield Motorpoint Arena, and Manchester Arena before wrapping up at Glasgow SSE Hydro on November 9.

The gigs follow a hugely successful year for the band, during which they narrowly missed out on the Number One spot with fifth LP ‘That’s The Spirit’ and played before Metallica on the Main Stage at Reading and Leeds Festival.

Bring Me The Horizon will play:

Nottingham Motorpoint Arena (November 2)
Birmingham Barclaycard Arena (4)
London, The O2 (5)
Sheffield Motorpoint Arena (6)
Manchester Arena (8)
Glasgow SSE Hydro (9)