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Bring Me The Horizon Announce New Album ‘POST HUMAN: NeX GEn’

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Bring Me The Horizon have been teasing the second part of their POST HUMAN series of releases for a while now. It’s been three years since Part One, SURVIVAL HORROR, back in 2020, featuring some of their biggest and boldest track to date. But following their triumphant headline set at Download Festival this weekend (June 10), they have unveiled their next big step. And it’s going to be big.

Their new album is going to be called POST HUMAN: NeX GEn and will be released on September 15 via Sony/RCA. The artwork looks like this and is as intriguing as you would expect:

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The tracklisting is yet to be confirmed, but the band did recently release a new track which may just appear on it. That’s the incredibly chaotic and deliciously heavy “AmEN!” which features Lil Uzi Vert and Glassjaw’s Daryl Palumbo:

And then there is the infectious “LosT” as well, which was released earlier this year and sounds a lot like this:

On top of all of this, Bring Me The Horizon will also be hitting the road around the UK and Ireland at the start of next year. It’s going to be an arena tour and will feature support from Bad Omens, Cassyette and Static Dress. Here are all of the dates you need to know:

  • Jan 09 – Cardiff, UK @ Motorpoint Arena
  • Jan 10 – Bournemouth, UK @ BIC
  • Jan 12 – Birmingham, UK @ Utilita Arena
  • Jan 13 – Manchester, UK @ AO Arena
  • Jan 14 – Glasgow, UK @ OVO Arena
  • Jan 16 – Newcastle, UK @ Utilita Arena
  • Jan 17 – Liverpool, UK @ M&S Bank Arena
  • Jan 19 – Sheffield, UK @ FlyDSA Arena
  • Jan 20 – London, UK @ 02 Arena
  • Jan 23 – Dublin, IRE @ 3 Arena
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