Bring Me the Horizon To Shoot DVD, Record Live Album At London’s Royal Albert Hall
Bring Me the Horizon have toured steadily over the last few years, honing their chops and becoming a top draw as a live act. And soon they’ll be ready to put that all to the test as they let the cameras and tapes roll for a new live album and DVD.
The band revealed via their Facebook page that they’re set to record their April 22 show at London’s Royal Albert Hall for a live album and DVD. The show will be a special one as it is the first time in their career that they’ll be backed by a full orchestra. In addition, the special performance will be a Teenage Cancer Trust gig, with all proceeds going to charity.
The performance will be made available as a 2CD/2DVD edition with a deluxe five-disc photobook. The set will also be available in DVD, Blu-Ray and heavyweight triple vinyl formats. Check out the variety of options with which you can pre-order the set here.
Bring Me the Horizon: Live at Royal Albert Hall is expected to arrive in September, coinciding with a full scale U.K. arena tour set to take place this fall.
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