Bring Me the Horizon to Release Back Catalog on Limited-Edition Vinyl

Bring Me the Horizon

Bring Me the Horizon are bringing their back catalog to a limited edition vinyl run. The albums will be released on December 16th but pre-orders are up now. Full press release is below.

Today, British metal/rock band Bring Me The Horizon announce the upcoming vinyl releases of their debut EP and first four albums. Available on December 16, the limited-edition vinyl releases will include their 2004 EP This Is What The Edge Of Your Seat Was Made For, their 2006 full-length debut Count Your Blessings, 2008’s Suicide Season, 2010’s There Is a Hell, Believe Me I’ve Seen It. There Is a Heaven, Let’s Keep It a Secret, and 2013’s Sempiternal.

This marks the first time that the Sheffield-bred band’s first four releases will appear on vinyl in the U.S.

Bring Me The Horizon’s limited-edition vinyl releases will include several color variants. This Is What The Edge Of Your Seat Was Made For, Count Your Blessings, Suicide Season, and There Is a Hell… will each be available in black and translucent orange vinyl (a Canada-only exclusive), while Sempiternal will be available in opaque yellow (a Newbury Comics exclusive) and translucent orange vinyl (also Canada-only). All releases will be available in metallic gold to commemorate Sempiternal being certified gold by the RIAA.

In addition, Suicide Season will be available in white-and-red-swirl vinyl and There Is a Hell… will be available in white-and-black-swirl vinyl, both as Hot Topic exclusives.

Formed in 2004, Bring Me The Horizon made their international breakthrough with There Is a Hell… Along with drawing major critical acclaim, the 2010 album found the band expanding into a vastly more eclectic sound and broadening their fanbase around the world.

Bring Me The Horizon’s last album with Epitaph, the highly lauded Sempiternal charted at #1, #3, and #11 in Australia, the UK, and the U.S., respectively, in addition to earning the Album of the Year prize at the 2014 Alternative Press Awards. That same year, Bring Me The Horizon were named Best Live Band at the Kerrang! Awards. Their live experience includes numerous international tours, as well as show-stealing gigs everywhere from the Vans Warped Tour to the Reading and Leeds Festivals.