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Bring Me the Horizon Stream ‘Sempiternal’ Album, Push Forward Release Date

Epitaph Bring Me the Horizon  fans will get the band’s ‘Sempiternal’ album sooner than expected, as the UK group has pushed forward the release date while offering entire stream of the album a full month before it drops. The full effort can be heard below for a limited time. The band mentioned ‘ overwhelming and phenomenal demand ‘ as the official reason given for the disc’s new release date, but there are also reports that the album leaked to the Internet. The ‘ Sempiternal ‘ album will now arrive in stores on April 2, as opposed to the initial April 30 street date. In addition to ‘Shadow Moses,’ the album features such songs as the blistering ‘Empire (Let Them Sing),’ the moody and atmospherically intense ‘And the Snakes Start to Sing’ and the kiss-off track ‘Antivist,’ which the band recently “ dedicated ” to former guitarist Jona Weinhofen . If you like what you hear, you can pre-order copies of the ‘Sempiternal’ album at this location . Bring Me the Horizon will venture to the U.S. this summer to take part in the Vans Warped Tour . Listen to Bring Me the Horizon’s ‘Sempiternal’ Album (Each Track Leads to the Next One) Bring Me the Horizon, ‘Sempiternal’ Track Listing: 1. ‘Can You Feel My Heart’ 2. ‘The House of Wolves’ 3. ‘Empire (Let Them Sing)’ 4. ‘Sleepwalking’ 5. ‘Go to Hell, For Heaven’ 6. ‘Shadow Moses’ 7. ‘And the Snakes Start to Sing’ 8. ”Seen It All Before’ 9. ‘Antivist’ 10. ‘Crooked Young’ 11. ‘Hospital for Souls’ [button href=”” title=”Next: Watch Bring Me the Horizon’s ‘Shadow Moses’ Video” align=”center”]

Unite the United 2013 Auction to Benefit Late Suicide Silence Singer’s Daughter

Mary Ouellette, The Unite the United foundation is running a second online auction to benefit the future of late Suicide Silence singer Mitch Lucker ‘s daughter. The auction, which just began, will raise funds going toward young Kenadee Lucker’s future educational pursuits. Lucker died on Halloween night after a tragic motorcycle accident and many in the rock community have been lining up to pay homage to the singer and raise funds to help out his family. The Unite the United auction currently has a number of items that are on the block, with some of the end dates coming as soon as this Saturday (Jan. 26) and others with a longer bidding period of close to a month. The big item on the block is a trip for two including airfare and VIP privileges to the U.K. Warped Tour stop in London. Of all the items, that has the longest bidding period with fans being able to raise the price through Feb. 21. Other memorabilia on the block includes signed drumheads from The Used and Bring Me the Horizon , autographed posters from Asking Alexandria , Blaqk Audio , Hollywood Undead , Slayer ‘s Kerry King and Winds of Plague , signed promo cards from Chevelle and In This Moment , and autographed CDs from Arch Enemy and Arsonists Get All the Girls. Linkin Park have donated an autographed lithograph. On Mice and Men ‘s Austin Carlile and Hatebreed ‘s Jamey Jasta autographed t-shirts. Falling in Reverse have put up a Ron Ficarro smashed bass guitar on the block. Darkest Hour and Bring Me the Horizon autographed instruments. Plus, there are numerous signed items from Suicide Silence themselves. To check out the Unite the United auction, click here . [button href=”” title=”Next: Surprise Guests Highlight Mitch Lucker Memorial Show” align=”center”]

Bring Me the Horizon Unleash Video for New Song ‘Shadow Moses’

YouTube Bring Me the Horizon kicked off the new year in blistering fashion by debuting the new single ‘ Shadow Moses .’ Now, they’ve just unveiled a stirring music video for song. The clip may be a little difficult to watch for those with motion sickness, but the quick-cutting camera trick definitely adds something to the video that makes it unique. The imagery of the band performing against stark backdrops like a snow-covered field or an ocean shore in winter provides striking visuals for the hard-hitting track and the usage of red flares is definitely eye-catching. ‘Shadow Moses’ is the lead single off of Bring Me the Horizon’s forthcoming album, ‘Sempiternal,’ due April 30. Singer Oli Sykes previously stated of the new disc, “I’ve never been so confident about an album. It makes our last record sound like s—. We’re doing stuff we could never dreamed of doing before.” For those wondering about the odd album title which is repeated in the song ‘Shadow Moses’ several times, it means “eternal and unchanging” or “everlasting.” Given that knowledge, the dark and cold imagery in the video makes the clip all the more intense. Watch Bring Me the Horizon’s ‘Shadow Moses’ Video [button href=”” title=”Next: Bring Me the Horizon Split With Guitarist Jona Weinhofen” align=”center”]

Suffocation vs. Dying Fetus – Death Match

Nuclear Blast / Relapse Death metal legends Suffocation  trampled British metalcore band Bring Me the Horizon in our last Death Match. Supported by their blood-bound fans, Suffocation were able to achieve a massive win over their popular opponents. Those same fans demanded a purely brutal competitor for Suffocation to face. You demanded it, and now we deliver. Dying Fetus put out one of last year’s best and heaviest death metal albums, ‘Reign Supreme,’ and also achieved a spot in our Death Match Hall of Fame for the punishing track ‘Subjected to a Beating.’ The band now returns with an insane new video for the technical masterwork ‘Second Skin,’ which just premiered on . For those of you with the stomach and iron ear drums for these two bands, we challenge you to choose your favorite of the two tracks. Which of these brutal legends will survive? The choice is yours. Cast your vote in the poll below. (This Death Match ends on Tuesday, Jan. 22, at 10AM ET. Fans can vote once per hour! So come back and vote often to make sure your favorite song wins!) Suffocation, ‘As Grace Descends’ ? Dying Fetus, ‘Second Skin’ ? Sorry, you need to have javascript running to see this poll. ? Email Me When Death Match Winners Are Announced Enter your email address below to receive the Loudwire newsletter, which will include notification of the weekly winner of the Death Match, as well as our top stories of each day. Email Rules of Death Match Two bands fight to the death each week. Fans can vote once per hour. The triumphant band goes on to compete in the next Death Match. If a band wins four straight Death Matches, its song will be honored as immortal in the Loudwire Death Match Hall of Fame.

Bring Me the Horizon Confirm Departure of Guitarist Jona Weinhofen

Epitaph Bring Me the Horizon have parted ways with guitarist Jona Weinhofen. The guitarist is also a founding member of Australian metalcore band I Killed the Prom Queen, and although the media has just noticed the news, a year-old Tumblr post from Weinhofen points to the possibility that the musician had left Bring Me the Horizon a while ago. Today, (Jan. 14) many metal news outlets have announced Weinhofen’s departure from the group, citing an official comment from Bring Me the Horizon just released. The British band reportedly broke the news very recently with a short post. Offering absolutely no explanation as to why Weinhofen was no longer a member of the band, Bring Me the Horizon writes: Bring Me The Horizon are Oliver Sykes, Lee Malia, Matthew Kean, Matthew Nicholls and Jordan Fish. Jona Weinhofen is no longer in the band. According to a Tweet by new BMTH member Jordan Fish, he has not replaced Weinhofen on guitar, taking the position of the band’s keyboardist. The missing pieces of Jona Weinhofen’s departure of the band may possibly be filled by a year-old post on the guitarist’s Tumblr page: After a lot of time and thought ive decided to leave my current position as guitarist with Bring Me The Horizon. things in the band have been very tense with a lot of disagreements between myself and certain members who i wont name. im thankful for my time with BMTH and i have met many good friends and been able to travel the world more. Im planning on moving back to Australia to pursue other musical ventures. thanks Jona No new rhythm guitarist has been announced by Bring Me the Horizon, but stay tuned for a potential update on the band’s lineup. [button href=”” title=”Bring Me the Horizon Premiere New Track ‘Shadow Moses'” align=”center”]

Best Rock Star Halloween Costumes of 2012

Rock and metal stars got into the Halloween spirit this year, dressing up in all sorts of wacky costumes, and in some cases, as each other. From frightening, to confusing, bizarre and hilarious, members of Metallica , Machine Head , Motley Crue ,  Iwrestledabearonce  + more acts showcased their Halloween spirit with some awesome costumes. Check them out below! Nikki Sixx’s Crazy Clown Makeup Machine Head’s Robb Flynn as a Viking Machine Head’s Adam Duce as a Caveman Iwrestledabearonce as Korn! Lacuna Coil’s ‘Creepy’ Cristina Scabbia Lacuna Coil Full Band Costumes Sammy Hagar in Paradise + Metallica’s James Hetfield as Sammy Hagar Bring Me the Horizon Goes Transgender Every Time I Die Werewolf Betraying the Martyrs Go Black Metal Oceano’s Assorted Mix [button href=”” title=”See the Horror Movies that Inspired Band Names” align=”center”]

Suicide Silence Singer Mitch Lucker Dead at 28: Rockers React on Twitter

Mary Ouellette, The music world is in shock over the death of 28-year-old Suicide Silence frontman Mitch Lucker. The rocker passed away Thursday morning (Nov. 1) after a motorcycle accident near in Huntington Beach, California. Upon hearing the news, Lucker’s friends, family and musical peers have begun weighing in with their condolences, remembrances, and sorrow over the loss of a life cut short too soon. Members of Disturbed, Nonpoint, In This Moment, Hatebreed, Bring Me the Horizon and Chelsea Grin, among others, were among the first to share their thoughts on Lucker via Twitter. Read their heartfelt tweets below: MITCH WAS A SUPER NICE GUY. HE WILL BE MISSED, RIP.… — DAVID DRAIMAN (@DAVIDMDRAIMAN) November 1, 2012 ? R.I.P. Mitch, our hearts and prayers go out to your family. — In This Moment (@OfficialITM) November 1, 2012 ? Even though we never met him you never want to see one of your peers go out like this. Our condolences, thoughts… — Nonpoint (@nonpoint) November 1, 2012 ? RIP Mitch Lucker, such a sweet guy. Take a moment for him today & send love to his daughter, family & bandmates. Life is so short & fragile — Jamey Jasta (@jameyjasta) November 1, 2012 ? We’re deeply saddened to have lost one of heavy music’s most valued icons, Mitch Lucker. Our thoughts are with his family friends and fans. — Bring Me The Horizon (@bmthofficial) November 1, 2012 ? R.I.P. Mitch Lucker. Condolences to the whole SS family. — Philip Labonte (@philthatremains) November 1, 2012 ? Our most sincere and heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and family of Mitch Lucker and Suicide Silence… — Landmine Marathon (@teamlandmine) November 1, 2012 ? R.I.P @ mitchluckerss — Chelsea Grin (@ChelseaGrinUT) November 1, 2012 ? Loudwire offers our deepest condolences to the members of Suicide Silence, the Lucker family, and those who were closest to the vocalist. [button href=”” title=”Next: Suicide Silence Release Statement on Mitch Lucker’s Death” align=”center”]