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Bring Me The Horizon

There Is A Hell Believe Me I've Seen It

Epitaph 87065-2

Released on October 5, 2010


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“2009 was one hell of a year, non-stop for us really,” says Bring Me the Horizon frontman Oli Sykes. “Our second album Suicide Season has taken us further than we ever thought was possible. I think we found our unique sound with that album and the next is going to be using Suicide Season as a base, but pushing it further in every single way imaginable. It’s with Fredrick Nordström again, since he made us sound so amazing last time.” 2009 was indeed a breakout year for UK band Bring Me the Horizon, taking their US and Epitaph debut north of 120,000 sold as the band mounted their initial assault on American audiences, first on last fall’s Epitaph tour, currently stealing shows on 2010 Warped, and soon to be co-headlining this fall’s AP Tour. All just in time for the release of their third album, There Is A Hell Believe Me I've Seen It, There Is A Heaven Lets Keep It A Secret. This is the album that will make the rest of America sit up and pay attention: to the powerful riffs, cinematic songcraft, and magnetic image that have built them a fanatical young (and heavily female) fanbase. Poster boys for a new sound in hardcore, Bring Me the Horizon are heavy enough to work with producer Fredrick Nordström (At the Gates), while accessible enough to grace the covers of over 10 national magazines, including Alternative Press: an exciting blend that has them headed for new horizons.

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