The Sheffield band’s fourth album, the follow-up to 2010’s ‘There Is A Hell Believe Me I’ve Seen It. There Is A Heaven Let’s Keep It A Secret’ saw BMTH draft in Worship keyboardist Jordan Fish for the first time and add more electronics to their brand of alternative metal.
Celebrating the milestone, BMTH took to Twitter to share a video of clips from the album.
“NiNE yEArS oF SeMPiterNaL. tHAnK U,” they wrote.
NiNE yEArS oF SeMPiterNaL. tHAnK U pic.twitter.com/FweJmgbeF0
— Bring Me The Horizon (@bmthofficial) April 1, 2022
Reviewing the record in 2013, NME awarded it four stars and described it as “one of the year’s most accomplished metal albums.”
The band also paid tribute to Ukraine during their closing set at the ceremony last month. “I guess it’s better being here in a room full of influential people: they need to use their voice every single day until this crisis is over,” frontman Oli Sykes told the audience before the band’s final song ‘Throne’. “If Kyiv does not survive, international peace will not survive.”
They have also recently joined the campaign to save The Leadmill in Sheffield after the current operators were threatened with eviction.
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