BRING ME THE HORIZON: New Video Interview With LEE MALIA Available

HardTimes.ca conducted an interview with lead guitarist Lee Malia of the U.K.'s BRING ME THE HORIZON on December 9, 2008 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Watch the chat in two parts below.

"Suicide Season", the new album from BRING ME THE HORIZON, was issued in the U.K. on October 6 via Visible Noise and in the U.S. on November 18 through Epitaph Records. The follow-up to 2006's "Count Your Blessings" was recorded at Studio Fredman in in Arboga, Sweden with producer Fredrik Nordström (ARCH ENEMY, DIMMU BORGIR) and according to frontman Oli Sykes, the isolation of recording an hour away from anywhere had its advantages.

BRING ME THE HORIZON's debut album, "Count Your Blessings", was released in North America on August 14, 2007 via Earache Records.

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