Bring Me The Horizon played a bunch of older (heavier) songs at their recent show

In April next year, Bring Me The Horizon will bring songs from their new album amo on the First Live Tour in Australia for an East Coast Tour which we personally can not wait for as they’ll be playing some huge venues in the process. However, the one thing that is ever so slightly putting a dampener on the idea is the lack of songs predating their 2013 Sandpit Turtle Sempiternal album. The newer songs will go off with their new stage production which has come a long way since those early days, but not being able to hear ‘Chelsea Smile‘ at a BMTH show wouldn’t be right… right?

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Well, lucky fans in Amsterdam on November 20th copped one hell of a performance which included a whole stack of older, heavier songs being played in the form of a medley (most bands do that these days in order to fit in the classics, Amity more notably did it with their Youngbloods hits on their most recent tour).

Check out the fan-filmed video below via YouTuber Ray Slavenburg which featured everything from ‘The Comedown‘, ‘Diamonds Aren’t Forever‘ and ‘Medusa’, as well as frontman Oli Sykes, screaming his fookin’ lungs out. If they pull this out on their Australian Tour, you better believe there’ll be a whole bunch of us coming out of mosh retirement for it.

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Bring Me The Horizon – First Love East Coast Tour 2019

ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE, BRISBANE
WEDNESDAY APRIL 1O

QUDOS BANK ARENA, SYDNEY
FRIDAY APRIL 12

ROD LAVER ARENA, MELBOURNE
SATURDAY APRIL 13

Tickets Here

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