Multi-platinum-selling UK quintet BRING ME THE HORIZON are kicking off 2019 in grand style with a “Best Rock Song” Grammy nomination for “Mantra” and today’s release of brand-new track “Medicine” – see video below.

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Mantra” (which has over 26.5 million Spotify streams and 13 million YouTube views and is a Top 10 hit at Active Rock Radio) and “Medicine” appear on the band’s much-anticipated new album, AMO (Columbia Records), which comes out January 25th. Fans can get both tracks—along with third song “wonderful life” (ft Dani Filth) — by clicking HERE to pre-order the album ahead of its release date.

The band spent last summer writing and recording in Los Angeles, with vocalist Oli Sykes and keyboardist Jordan Fish handling production.  About the album, which features the Grimes collaboration “nihilist blues,” the Evening Standard wrote, “…the album is a considerable distance away from the devil-horned, headbanging heavy rock. Not content with being one of the UK’s biggest hard rock bands, now the Sheffield five-piece are attempting to become its most interesting.”

Produced by Live Nation, BMTH will kick off their North American headline tour on January 23rd in Nashville (see itinerary below), to be followed by shows in South America, Australia and a plethora of festivals around the world. Tickets are on sale now at

Bring Me The Horizon are one of the most electrifying and successful rock bands to emerge from the UK, selling over 2 million albums globally to date, playing sold-out shows in over 40 countries, including two sold out nights at London’s O2 plus wowing a traditionally non-rock crowd at Glastonbury Festival in 2016.  They just completed a sold-out UK tour in November and you can see them performing “wonderful life” to a packed-house arena by clicking HERE.


Don’t miss your chance to catch them live – North American tour dates are as follows:

January 23                 Nashville, TN                                 Nashville Muni Auditorium
January 25                 Orlando, FL                                    CFE Arena
January 26                 Atlanta, GA                                    Coca-Cola Roxy
January 28                 Fairfax, VA                                     EagleBank Arena
January 29                 Manhattan, NY                             Hammerstein Ballroom
January 30                 Manhattan, NY                             Hammerstein Ballroom
February 1                  Boston, MA                                  Tsongas Ctr at UMass Lowell
February 2                  Montreal, QC                               Place Bell
February 4                  Detroit, MI                                    Fillmore Detroit
February 5                  Chicago, IL                                    Aragon Ballroom
February 6                  Minneapolis, MN                         Armory
February 8                  Dallas, TX                                      South Side Ballroom
February 9                  Houston, TX                                 Revention Music Center
February 11                Denver, CO                                   The Fillmore Auditorium
February 13                Los Angeles, CA                           The Forum
February 15                Phoenix, AZ                                  Comerica Theatre
February 16                Las Vegas, NV                              The Joint

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