Bring Me The Horizon name new album ‘Sempiternal’

Sheffield band set to release new album in 2013

Bring Me The Horizon have named their new album ‘Sempiternal’.

The Sheffield based-band will release their fourth studio album in 2013 having signed a deal with RCA for the release. ‘Sempiternal’ will be Bring Me The Horizon’s follow up to 2010 album ‘There Is A Hell, Believe Me I’ve Seen It. There Is A Heaven, Let’s Keep It A Secret’.

The band also shared a teaser trailer for ‘Sempiternal’, which you can see by scrolling down the page now.


Speaking about ‘Sempiternal’ earlier this year, guitarist Jona Weinhofen said: “Lee [Malia – guitar] and I are listening to a lot of post-rock lately. It might sound strange, but we listen to this laid-back, epic music and think ‘If this was heavy – if we made metal out of this kind of music – it would be exactly what we want to sound like”.

Bring Me The Horizon and Lostprophets will co-headline the Vans Warped Tour UK later this year.

The event, which is being put on by the promoters of the US punk travelling festival Warped Tour, will take place at London’s Alexandra Palace on November 10.

Also on the bill are New Found Glory, Less Than Jake, Architects, 3OH!3, Man Overboard and over 10 other acts.

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

The line-up for Vans Warped Tour UK so far is as follows:


Bring Me The Horizon
A Loss For Words
A Skylit Drive
The Acacia Strain
Blood On The Dance Floor
Bowling For Soup
Breathe Carolina
Bury Tomorrow
Dead Sara
Family Force 5
Less Than Jake
Man Overboard
Me Vs Hero
Middle Finger Salute
New Found Glory
The Story So Far

To check the availability of Road To Warped Tour tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.


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