It has been quite the year for Oli Sykes and his band of five, as they have taken over the rock world with their crushingly amazing album "SEMPITERNAL". Produced by studio legend Terry Date and mixed by the acclaimed David Bendeth, Sempiternal is proving to be the quintet's finest work to date, with sales of 580,000 copies so far! This 11 song album features the smash hit "SHADOW MOSES" as well as the singles "Sleepwalking", "Go To Hell For Heaven's Sake", and "Can You Feel My Heart".
BMTH is just wrapping up a tour of the United States, where they played to sold out crowds each and every night, thanks to their new album and fellow support from Of Mice & Men (also with a brand new highly-successful release), letlive, Issues, and Northlane. The hard rock band has also received scores of accolades from around the industry in regards to "Sempiternal", with Rolling Stone touting it as "appealingly aggressive", and NME stating it was "the year's best metal album".
Revolver's GOLDEN GODS AWARDS are now coming upon us, and the fine folks at Revolver Magazine have taken notice of BMTH massive success, mainly around their lead single "Shadow Moses". This song's groundbreaking new music video has already garnered almost 9 million views for this single alone on YouTube! The Golden Gods Awards have categories in which fans can vote on Best Vocalist/Bassist/Guitarist/Drummer/Live Act, including Album of the Year, Song of the Year and much more!
Presented by Randall Amplfiers, the Revolver Golden Gods SONG OF THE YEAR is one of the most coveted awards in the entire ceremony. The nominees are: "Going to Hell" by The Pretty Reckless, "Hail to the King" by Avenged Sevenfold, "Hollow" by Alice in Chains, "Lift Me Up" by Five Finger Death Punch, "Shadow Moses" by Bring Me the Horizon, and "You're Not Alone" by Of Mice & Men!
All fans of music are encouraged to participate in the voting process (seriously, go do it!), which you can find here:
Bring Me The Horizon will be wrapping up their highly-successful US "American Dream" tour in the beginning of April in Honolulu, HI- unquestionably proving that new hard rock/metal still matters to new generations of fans, and provides the true sentiment for a blossoming and thriving new music scene!
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