Bring Me The Horizon's reign of domination continues, with one of the 'Throne' stars biggest London tour dates yet being announced for London's Royal Albert Hall - with an orchestra no less. Just try to imagine that setlist. Details are below - with tickets on sale from 9am on Friday 4 December.
It's been an epic year for Bring Me The Horizon, with new album That's The Spirit not only being their highest charting to date, radio smashes 'Drown' and 'True Friends' taking hard rock back to mainstream radio, absolutely owning Reading + Leeds and tearing apart London's Alexandra Palace last week.
While the band may be in the midst of a huge UK tour, they're already looking ahead to next year - taking to Twitter to announce a massive gig at London's Royal Albert Hall featuring a full orchestra:
Bring Me The Horizon will play at London's Royal Albert Hall on 22 April 2016, for the Teenage Cancer Trust. Tickets are on sale from 9am on Friday 4 December. For tickets and more information, visit here.
"We're notorious for being that band that change every album," frontman Oli Sykes tells Gigwise of their new album. "I think it's only a bit of a naiive fan that would think we're going to do the same thing twice. That's what makes things exciting and keeps people coming to our shows and stuff. You actually don't know what's next."
Indeed - we certainly weren't expecting an orchestral gig.