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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