Bring Me The Horizon just unleashed “Wonderful Life” from their upcoming album Amo on the world, and we’re so here for it. This the second single following the release of “Mantra” in late August.

The band also announced Amo’s tracklisting and that the release date will be moving from Jan. 11 to Jan. 25, 2019.

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In mid-August, BMTH began teasing their long-awaited return. Fans noticed a billboard appeared in central London with imaging that seems to have something to do with the metal act.

The billboard read the following: “Do you wanna start a cult with me?” Along with the proposition of starting a cult, there was also a logo the band used in the past.

The billboard also included a number, which when called, played pre-recorded “spiritual advice and guidance” and mentioned Aug. 21. A couple days later, the same campaign appeared in the U.S.

Aug. 21 arrived, and BMTH dropped their first single, “Mantra” followed by a video a few days later. The track proclaimed what the billboards teased as Oli Sykes asks “Do you wanna start a cult with me?”

The following day, the band announced Amo and a slew of tour dates. Sykes later spoke with Kerrang! on the band’s new sound.

“It’s not that we’re not the band you know anymore,” he says, “but with this album we didn’t just want to rest on what we do well, we wanted to challenge ourselves. We’re not betraying our fans, but the new album doesn’t sound like what we’ve done before. And honestly, 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.”

Check out “Wonderful Life” featuring Dani Filth of Cradle of Filth and Amo’s tracklisting below.

1. i apologise if you feel something
3. nihilist blues feat. Grimes)
4. in the dark
5. wonderful life (feat. Dani Filth)
6. ouch
7. medicine
8. sugar honey ice & tea
9. why you gotta kick me when i'm down?
10. fresh bruises
11. mother tongue
12. heavy metal (feat. Rahzel)
13. i don't know what to say

Amo drops Jan. 25, 2019, and you can preorder it here. The band hit the road next month, and you can check out a full list of dates below. The Fever 333 will be opening the Europe/U.K. dates, and tickets are available here.

Europe dates:

11/05 — Stuttgart, DE @ Schleyer-Halle*
11/06 — Hamburg, DE @ Sporthalle*
11/08 — Berlin, DE @ Ufo Im Velodrome*
11/09 — Chemnitz, DE @ Messe*
11/10 — Vienna, AT @ Stadthalle*
11/12 — Zurich, CH @ Samsun Hall*
11/13 — Milan, IT @ Forum*
11/14 — Munich, DE @ Zenith*
11/16 — Antwerp, BE @ Lotto*
11/17 — Frankfurt, DE @ Jahrhunderthalle*
11/18 — Duesseldorf, DE @ Mitsubishi Electric Halle*
11/20 — Amsterdam, NL @ Afas Live*
11/21 — Paris, FR @ Le Zenith*

U.K. dates:

11/23 — Birmingham, UK @ Arena*
11/24 — Leeds, UK @ First Direct Arena*
11/25 — Glasgow, UK @ SSE Hydro*
11/27 — Cardiff, UK @ Motorpoint Arena*
11/29 — London, UK @ Alexandra Palace*
11/30 — London, UK @ Alexandra Palace*

North American dates:

01/23/19 — Nashville, TN @ Municipal Auditorium
01/25/19 — Orlando, FL @ CFE Arena
01/26/19 — Atlanta, GA @ Coca-cola Roxy
01/28/19 — Fairfax, VA @ Eaglebank Arena
01/29/19 — Manhattan, NY @ Hammerstein Ballroom
02/01/19 — Boston, MA @ Tsongas Center
02/02/19 — Montreal, QC @ Place Bell
02/04/19 — Detroit, MI @ The FIllmore Detroit
02/05/19 — Chicago, IL @ Aragon Ballroom
02/06/19 — Minneapolis, MN @ Armory
02/08/19 — Dallas, TX @ South Side Ballroom
02/09/19 — Houston, TX @ Revention Music Center
02/11/19 — Denver, CO @ The Fillmore Auditorium
02/13/19 — Los Angeles, CA @ The Forum
02/15/19 — Phoenix, AZ @ Comerica Theatre
02/16/19 — Las Vegas, NV @ The Joint

Australia dates:

04/10/19 — Brisbane @ Entertainment Centre
04/12/19 — Sydney @ Qudos Bank Arena
04/13/19 — Melbourne @ Rod Vaer Arena

*with the Fever 333