Bring Me The Horizon Nominated For A Revolver Golden God

Hot off their headlining US tour, Bring Me The Horizon is honoured to be nominated for a Revolver Golden God in the category of Song Of The Year for their smash hit, Shadow Moses. Fans are invited to cast their vote by clicking here now.

Bring Me The Horizon is conquering radio as they capture the number 16 spot on the Active Rock airplay chart with Sleepwalking, a track that has seen great radio success and only continues to rise. Sleepwalking is from their fourth studio album Sempiternal out now on Epitaph. Already having sold 580,000 albums and 53,000 Sleepwalking singles, the British hard rock breakthroughs rise to the top of their ilk as they continue to flourish in new ways. The band wrap up their go in the US this week, after ground breaking headlining tour with Of Mice & Men, letlive., Issues and Northlane as support. Bring Me The Horizon played to sold out crowds every night on their American Dream Tour, playing to over 80,000 fans.

As previously reported, Sempiternal was deemed by Rolling Stone as “…appealingly aggressive” and “…the year’s most accomplished metal albums” according to NME. Sempiternal remains strong on the Billboard Top 200 and currently stands strong at number 166 after 35 weeks on the charts. In the UK, Sempiternal is Rock Sound’s number 10 album of the year and number one at Kerrang!

The band also share their American Dream Tour experience in a documentary series. You can watch the first episode here.

North American show dates:
March 28 San Diego, CA – Soma
March 29 Las Vegas, NV – Extreme Thing
March 30 San Diego, CA – Soma
April 01 Honolulu, HI – The Republick (BMTH only)

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