BMTH Announced tour dates and the New album with their latest release MANTRA

After so much controversy and criticism, Bring me the Horizon remained active for his fans and the metalcore community. After the so much wait, after the album “That’s the spirit”, Now the band delivered its new song called “MANTRA” directly from their latest album “AMO“.

Bring Me the horizon announced the album release date along with the tour. On August 21, Band released the official audio of their first song, MANTRA, Take a look:-

The song is full of amazing electronic elements and the popularly known downtuned riffs, adding atmosphere rather than jarring against the guitar-bass-and-double-kick-drums of their background.

So, When will the BMTH’s new album AMO be released?

As the band announced, BMTH will release their new album AMO(Named after a Portuguese word “LOVE”) on January 11, 2019. You can Pre-order it here

AMO Sound like?

as mentioned the track if full of electronic elements and downtuned riffs. Oli Skyes again continued its clean vocals with the heavier screams which are left BMTH behind for good.

In an interview with the Kerrang! Magazine, Skyes said, “Without any disrespect to the last album, when you put these songs up against the old ones, every song just smashes the old ones out of the park”

In 2016, Oli also mentioned that the new album is going to be ‘Weirder and Darker‘.

“Sometimes we talk about it, but it’s ‘in the moment’ when you’re inspired by something and I don’t know,” he said. “I think there’s an element of what we’re doing now that will stay in the music, but at the same time it’s like people thought ‘That’s The Spirit’ was a very polished pop rock album – it’s not. I think it’s inventive and unique, but it’s still safe in a way; we knew the songs we’re gonna connect well with people. Next time I think we wanna push it a bit weirder. Who knows?”

Where will the BMTH tour in 2018?

The band announced a tour to UK, Europe and Australia titled ‘First Love’ alongside the album details for ‘AMO’. Here are the dates of European run below, and the tickets go on sale from 31st August


5Th – Schleyer-Halle, Stuttgart
6th – Sporthalle, Hamburg
8th – Ufo Im Velodrome, Berlin
9th – Messe, Chemnitz
10th – Stadthalle, Vienna
12th – Samsung Hall, Zurich
13th – Forum, Milan
14th – Zenith, Munich
16th – Lotto, Antwerp
17th – Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt
18th – Mitsubishi Electric Hall, Dusseldorf
20th – AFAS Live, Amsterdam
21st – Le Zenith, Paris
23rd – Birmingham Arena, Birmingham
24th – First Direct Arena, Leeds
25th – SSE Hydro, Glasgow
27th – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
29th – Alexandra Palace, London
30th – Alexandra Palace, London

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