Bring Me The Horizon debut new material as they kick off 2018 European tour

The Sheffield band are gearing up to release new album 'Amo' next year

Bring Me The Horizon debuted new material as they kicked off their European tour last night (November 5).

The Sheffield band performed at Stuttgart’s Schleyer-Halle venue on the opening night of the new run of dates, where they treated the crowd to fan favourites from their back catalogue and two tracks from their upcoming album, ‘Amo’.

BMTH opened their set with ‘MANTRA’, the comeback single they released earlier this year. Later, they also gave new song ‘Wonderful Life’ its live debut. You can watch fan-shot footage of that moment below now.

Bring Me The Horizon’s setlist was:

‘MANTRA’
‘The House Of Wolves’
‘Avalanche’
‘Go To Hell, For Heaven’s Sake’
‘It Never Ends’
‘Wonderful Life’
‘Shadow Moses’
‘Happy Song’
‘Sleepwalking’
‘Can You Feel My Heart’
‘Follow You’
‘Antivist’
‘Drown’
‘Doomed’
‘Throne’

Last month, frontman Oliver Sykes revealed ‘Wonderful Life’ was actually intended for a different band. “Last year, me and Jordan [Fish] went and worked with Fred Durst on a Limp Bizkit album,” he said. “It just didn’t work out, to be honest. He just didn’t show up most of the time.

“It’s one of them things, looking back, where it wasn’t meant to be. One good thing came out of it: me and Jordan wrote this riff and I one day decided the tempo and key matched almost perfectly with the song. So we de-Bizkit‘d it a bit, and it ended up sounding pretty sick.”

‘Amo’, the band’s sixth studio album, will be released on January 25, 2019. It will feature an appearance from Grimes on the track ‘Nihilist Blues’, which the group have described as being “very different” from their usual sound.

Meanwhile, Bring Me The Horizon are set to tour the UK later this month. Remaining tickets are available here. The dates are as follows:

November 2018

23 – Birmingham Arena, Birmingham
24  – First Direct Arena, Leeds
25  – SSE Hydro, Glasgow
27  – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
29  – Alexandra Palace, London