The Fever 333 to support Bring Me The Horizon on UK and Europe arena tour

The Californian band will join the Sheffield group as they hit the road in November

The Fever 333 will serve as main support to Bring Me The Horizon on their UK and European arena tour later this year, it has been confirmed.

The Californian band is comprised of singer Jason Aalon Butler, formerly of Letlive), Night Verses drummer Aric Improta, and ex-The Chariot guitarist Stephen Harrison.

They will join BMTH as they hit the road ahead of the release of their new album ‘Amo’, due for release in January 2019. The tour will begin in Stuttgart on November 5 before concluding with two dates at London’s Alexandra Palace on November 29 and 30. Tickets are available to purchase here.

Bring Me The Horizon and The Fever 333 will play:

November 2018
5 – Stuttgart, DE – Schleyer-Halle
6 – Hamburg, DE – Sporthalle
8 – Berlin, DE – UFO Im Velodrome
9 – Chemnitz, DE – Messe
10 – Vienna, AT – Stadthalle
12 – Zurich, CH – Samsung Hall
13 – Milan, IT – Forum
14 – Munich, DE – Zenith
16 – Antwerp, BE – Lotto
17 – Frankfurt, DE – Jahrhunderthalle
18 – Dusseldorf, DE – Mitsubishi Electric Halle
20 – Amsterdam, NL – AFAS Live
21 – Paris, FR – Le Zénith
23 – Birmingham, UK – Arena
24 – Leeds, UK – First Direct Arena
25 – Glasgow, UK – SSE Hydro
27 – Cardiff, UK – Motorpoint Arena
29 – London, UK – Alexandra Palace
30 – London, UK – Alexandra Palace

Earlier today, The Fever 333 shared a remix of their track ‘Made In America’ featuring Vic Mensa and Blink-182’s Travis Barker. In a press release, Butler said: “This project started as an effort to affect change.  Change in our communities as well as the industry and art which we operate within. Opening the floor to like minds and artists.  Subversion is in the project’s DNA.  So is hip hop.  So is punk.  So is ART. 

“Which is why we are so proud to announce the visual component to the ‘Made An America’ remix, featuring Travis Barker and Vic Mensa.  Two artists tastefully combining the essence of rock and hip hop music; two realms that were created to challenge convention which is what we intend on doing in honour of these cultures.”

Meanwhile, Bring Me The Horizon’s Oli Sykes recently revealed how acclaimed documentary Wild Wild Country had inspired their new single ‘Mantra’. “As I was watching it and trying to write these lyrics, I was getting all of these similarities into how starting a cult is like starting a relationship or starting a marriage,” Sykes told NME. “You’ve got to give yourself over to a person and trust them and love them unconditionally. Whatever they say goes and you have to have this blind faith towards them. You might have to give up your whole life to be with them.”

He continued: “That’s how it started. It kind of blossomed into being about a bit more than a relationship, because I think we are quite tribal people. People want to belong to a cult. I think it’s a problem now more than ever, because people say they want to believe in someone, then they don’t want to admit that it’s wrong because it doesn’t agree with what they initially said.”