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Bring Me The Horizon Drop New Single Ludens

Thursday, 07 November 2019 Written by Laura Johnson

Bring Me The Horizon have released a new single.

Ludens is an erratic, industrial-metal influenced track with a brutal breakdown. It's the first new material to emerge from the British band since the release of their latest album, 'Amo', in January. They've been busy touring in support of it, having played shows in the UK, Europe, Australia, South and North America, with a stint in Japan still to come.

The track was written for the new Playstation game Death Stranding and will appear on an album of original music inspired by the game, 'Timefall (Original Music from the World of Death Stranding)'. The record's out now and also boasts contributions from Major Lazer, Khalid, Chvrches and more, while the game arrives on November 8.





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