Sing your happy song if you're a Bring Me The Horizon fan who doesn't eat meat - while the 'Throne' and 'True Friends' rock heroes prepare to tour again in 2016, they've now unveiled their very own vegan burger.
The 'Drown' heroes, who dropped one of 2015's biggest rock releases with That's The Spirit, have now unveiled a new 100 per cent vegan burger - available for four weeks from until 18 December at The Harley and Riverside Live in Sheffield, and the Vintage Rockbar in Doncaster.
Head to Yorkshire if you love metal but hate meat. Made by Yorkshire's own Twisted Burger Company, here's the poster with ingredients - designed by Tom J Newell:
"We're notorious for being that band that change every album," vegan 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."
Watch our interview with Bring Me The Horizon below
Indeed, we weren't expecting an epic gig with a full orchestra - but after storming Alexandra Palace last month, Bring Me The Horizon will do just that when they play at London's Royal Albert Hall on 22 April 2016, for the Teenage Cancer Trust. For tickets and more information, visit here.