Bring Me The Horizon Reveal 2013 UK Tour, Lineup Change, Sempiternal Release Date

As those who've been visitng the site since the turn of 2013 will know, there's already been some huge bits of UK metal news floating about. One of the bands who've attracted the most attention are those opinion polarising Yorkshire lads of Bring Me The Horizon. Having dropped the impressive Shadow Moses through BBC Radio One at the beginning of the year, BMTH now have further news to share.

The first update is that their new album Sempiternal has got a confirmed release date. In what will be their first album for their new record label RCA, Sempiternal will land in listeners hands on April 29th 2013. The album is now available for pre-sale through the bands website. 
To celebrate the release of Sempiternal, Bring Me The Horizon are hitting the UK for an intimate set of club shows immediately after the album's release. Beginning on the day of the albums release in Manchester, the tour plays eight shows, wrapping up at London's Koko on the 7th of May. Full details are below:
Bring Me The Horizon UK Tour Dates 2013
29th - Manchester - Academy 2
30th - Newcastle - University
1st - Inverness - Ironworks
2nd - Glasgow - 02 ABC
4th - Portsmouth - Pyramids Centre 
5th - Cardiff - Solus
6th - Wolverhampton - Wulfrun
7th - London - KoKo
Watch Bring Me The Horizon's official website for details of a pre-sale where fans will be able to get tickets 48 hours in advance of a general sale. Tickets are priced at approximately £14 and £16.50 for London plus the usual fees.
In the last bit of significant news concerning BMTH, guitarist Jona Weinhofen has been confirmed to have departed the band. There is currently no news of a replacement of whether they will continue as a five piece for the time being / permanently. Any further updates from camp Horizon will be available here as they develop.
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