Having grown their already substantial fanbase through the smash hit success of their 2013 album Sempiternal which culminated in a sold out UK tour at the end of 2013 (complete with two nights at Brixton Academy), Sheffield’s favourite “love them or hate them” band Bring Me The Horizon have announced the biggest headline gig of their career thus far.
Three years after providing main support to Machine Head at the same venue, Bring Me The Horizon will headline London’s Wembley Arena on the 5th of December 2014. Tickets for the show are priced at a very reasonable £22.50 plus booking fees, and go on sale this Friday (31st January 2014) at 9am. O2 customers and Live Nation members should keep their eyes open for pre-sales.
Bring Me The Horizon will continue to tour in support of Sempiternal, which has sold over 300,000 copies since it’s release in the Spring of 2013 when it entered the UK album chart at number three – yet more evidence of the trend that continued throughout 2013 that rock and metal can and will continue to sell albums in good numbers. While you wait for the tickets to go on sale, you can read our review of Sempiternal from last year on this link here. Bring Me The Horizon can be followed on Twitter at @bmthofficial.