According to The Pulse Of Radio, BRING ME THE HORIZON has announced that the release of its "Live At Wembley" concert DVD, originally scheduled for Friday (May 29), has been delayed. The band did not give a reason for the hold-up but said in an update posted online Thursday (May 28), "Heads up, the 'Live At Wembley' DVD will be coming a bit later than planned this summer. Don't worry, it'll be worth the wait."
The DVD was filmed last December in London when the Yorkshire-based band headlined that city's most prestigious venue, Wembley Arena.
BRING ME THE HORIZON recently completed the touring cycle behind its fourth studio album, 2013's "Sempiternal", and singer Oliver Sykes told The Pulse Of Radio that the band noticed a difference in how it was treated in America. "We've always felt, I guess, a lot of love from America, but it's definitely gone to the next level, I reckon," he said. "The radio support and the new fans and, I don't know, it feels like a different band for this cycle and I think to a lot of people, we are a new band, which is fine with us."
BRING ME THE HORIZON's latest single, "Drown", recently hit No. 6 on the Active Rock radio chart.
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The band is reportedly working on its fifth album, tentatively due later in the year.
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