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Bring Me The Horizon - Solus, Cardiff University - May 5 2013 (Photo Gallery)

Thursday, 09 May 2013 Written by Jon Stickler

Bring Me The Horizon were in Cardiff last Sunday, May 5th, supporting the release of their latest acclaimed studio album 'Sempiternal'. The tour concluded on Tuesday with a huge show at London's KOKO, however, in the welsh capital, Stereoboard were stage side to capture all the action on stage.

Despite the fact their album leaked a month before release, Bring Me The Horizon proved that they are indeed one of the biggest and most exciting British band’s to emerge in years, by storming the UK album chart at #3 with ‘Sempiternal’. 

The album was not only a huge UK success story, it charted high globally including #11 in the US and #1 in Australia.

Latest single, ‘Go To Hell, For Heaven’s Sake’ has now been posted online - the official video is to follow soon! ‘Go To Hell, For Heaven’s Sake’ will be released on June 10th through RCA. 

Photographs courtesy of Craig Thomas (www.oppositeimages.co.uk) for Stereoboard.com (c) 2013. No unauthorised use without permission.

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