|Jordan Fish: the guy on the right.|
- Their new album Sempiternal will be out April 29th, and if you wing it on over to bmthofficial.com you can pre-order the badger. Here, badger means album, in an unnecessary metaphor.
- Ladies and gentlemen, Jona Weinhofen has left the building. In a revealing statement earlier today, the band said "Bring Me The Horizon are Oliver Sykes, Lee Malia, Matthew Kean, Matthew Nicholls and Jordan Fish. Jona Weinhofen is no longer in the band." and so far, the loveable Aussie has said nothing on the matter. The only thing I've seen regarding the matter is Jona's Tumblr, in which he has taken 'Bring Me The Horizon' out of his description, leaving only 'I Killed The Prom Queen'. If I had to take an educated guess, I would say that he has switched focus to IKTPQ, but that is merely my speculation. I'll update when I know something. But new six-stringer Jordan Fish, of the band Worship, is part of BMTH as of now, and so will play in all the tour dates I'm about to tell you about.
- Guess what? Tour dates! You'd never have known if I hadn't told you, I bet. They're playing 8 dates from April 29th through May 7th as follows;
29 - MANCHESTER Academy II
30 - NEWCASTLE University
01 - INVERNESS Ironworks
02 - GLASGOW ABC
04 - PORTSMOUTH Pyramids
05 - CARDIFF Solus
06 - WOLVERHAMPTON Wulfrun Hall
07 - LONDON Koko
(Thanks to rocksound.tv for the formatted tour dates)