Bring Me The Horizon
[Photo: screenshot from joinmantra.org]

Bring Me The Horizon recently unleashed the their upcoming album’s tracklisting, and two features really caught our eyes: Dani Filth‘s collab and a track with Grimes.

According to BMTH’s Jordan Fish, the Grimes feature “nihilist blues” is an “absolutely mental” track.

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On Sunday, Oct. 21, Bring Me The Horizon announced Amo’s tracklisting. Plus, the band shared the upcoming album will be moving to Jan. 25, 2019.

In addition to the announcement, they unleashed “Wonderful Life,” Amo‘s second single following the release of “Mantra” in late August.

The new song unleashed Sunday by the English rockers features a guest spot by none other than Cradle Of Filth‘s Dani Filth. The track was initially conceived as a contribution to Limp Bizkit’s long-delayed sixth studio album.

Now, the band are shedding light on another interesting collab: “nihilist blues” featuring Grimes.

Speaking to Kerrang!, Jordan Fish discussed the track, making us even more curious about what it sounds like.

“This is an example of us really going for it on this record,” the keyboardist shares. “It’s like this dark rave song or something–it’s absolutely mental, and it might be my favourite on the whole album.

Fish continues, saying that he believes the track will shock many fans because of how different of a sound it is for BMTH.

“We’re big fans of Grimes and she loved the song. She actually sent it back with all these added elements which we weren’t expecting, but she’s super-creative and she’d completely gone to town on it,” he continues. “That elevated the song to a whole new level.”

Bring Me The Horizon tour

Bring Me The Horizon 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

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