NuevoRevolution.com conducted an interview with U.K. metalcore act BRING ME THE HORIZON on February 20, 2009 at the Las Vegas, Nevada stop of the band's Taste Of Chaos tour with THURSDAY. Watch the seven-minute chat below.BRING ME THE HORIZON and guitarist Curtis Ward recently made the decision to part ways based on personal differences, but remain firm friends as they have done since the group's inception in Sheffield in 2004. BRING ME THE HORIZON's label and management wish to emphasize that all live dates, festivals and tours will be played, with a stand-in guitarist — the band's guitar technician, and integral part of the touring party, Dean Rowbotham. BRING ME THE HORIZON will return to Europe this summer for festivals all over the continent, then head to Russia, Japan, Indonesia and Australasia, before touring the U.K. October 22-26.
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