By Jonathan Bradwell
Modernistic fashionable Metalcore juggernaut “Bring me the Horizon” have updated their tour programme today to embrace a performance in the bands hometown of Sheffield at the ending of their journey.
Earlier this month the exceedingly appraised Metal youngsters announced a UK tour with visits to Manchester, Newcastle, Glasgow, Nottingham, Southampton, Birmingham, Bristol and London.
On the bands ‘Twitter’ account today their post read: “New UK tour date announced Sheffield o2 academy 4th May! Tickets on sale now!”. Consequently this new show will be the very last performance of the UK tour.
Not only will fans get to witness “Bring me the Horizon” on this high profile tour, but the band are to be supported by three of the most prevalent names in the genre this year: “Parkway Drive”, “Architects”, and the cunningly named “The Devil Wears Prada”.
According to popular ticket website “Aloud.com” standing reservations for the shows are priced at “£15.00” for all the dates apart from the London show, where standing tickets are “£16.00”.
As well as the standard tickets, the tour also permits the purchase of a unique “Death Cult Bundle” tickets for a cost of Thirty Five pounds for all shows, apart from the London show, where these particular bundles will be priced at Thirty Six pounds.
These special tickets come with an assortment of extra special goodies (such as a sticker and a one year membership into the ‘Horizon Death Cult‘ fan club) of which are all detailed on the ticket website “Aloud.com”.
The bands latest album was released on the 4th of October and is titled “There is a hell, believe me I’ve seen it. There is a Heaven, Let’s keep it a Secret”.
(Picture courtesy of “Gig Wise”).
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