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[Photo via Spotify]

Bring Me The Horizon have been staying busy during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic while working away at their next release but they’re giving back some help to front-line workers.

The band are auctioning off the guitar from their “Ludens” music video with proceeds going towards National Health Service front-line workers through Help Our NHS.

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The guitar in question’s design was inspired by the video game Death Stranding while the track appeared on the game’s soundtrack.

In case you haven’t seen the video yet, check it out in the player below.

Now, the band are auctioning off the guitar in the video for a good cause.

The auction is beginning today (April 14) and ending on Friday (April 17.)

Other artists participating in the “NHS Fest” raffle include You Me At SixArchitectsWhile She SleepsDon BrocoLiam Gallagher and plenty of others. You can see the full list here.

According to the raffle’s website, it’s being temporarily paused due to overwhelming demand. They intend to fix the issue but a massive amount of demand is a good thing in this scenario.

“Sorry to say we’re going to have to pause the raffle for the moment – we did expect lots of interest, but it’s simply more than we could have anticipated! There isn’t a quick fix, due to current working from home restrictions, so please standby for updates…” their site reads.

You can see Bring Me The Horizon’s post below.

More on Bring Me The Horizon

In mid-March, Bring Me The Horizon announced they were working on new material tagged for a release tentatively titled BMTH8.

The new release will be the first new material from them since dropping their Music To Listen To… EP back in December.

Recently, we’ve seen everything from pranks on Sykes’ mom Carol to the return of Suicide Season era growls and more. Keep an eye on their Youtube channel for further album updates. 

What do you think of Bring Me The Horizon’s guitar auction? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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