Sheffield rockers Bring Me The Horizon scored a substantial commercial hit with their fourth album, ‘Sempiternal’, when it was released in April 2013.
The record, their first for major label RCA, reached number three on the UK album chart, topped the rock and metal chart, and also rocketed its way to 11 on the stateside Billboard 200. In Australia it went all the way to the top. Popular, then.
Despite their impressive metal motifs, the five-piece aren’t averse to having their raucous fare remixed into what can only be described as bangers. Their second studio LP, 2008’s ‘Suicide Season’, had a companion album of reworkings, ‘Cut Up!’ featuring such names as Skrillex and Utah Saints on production duties.
Now, rising producer Rogue has given BMTH’s forthcoming single, ‘Go To Hell For Heaven’s Sake’, the sort of once-over that’ll have bass-heads beaming. And ClashMusic.com is pleased indeed to premiere the remix on our pages.
Clash’s online ed called ‘Sempiternal’ “significant and successful progression” for its makers when reviewing it in his former role as BBC albums editor. And remixes like this go some way to showcasing the band’s desire to be seen as much more than just an everyday rock band.
Listen to Rogue’s remix of ‘Go To Hell For Heaven’s Sake’ below.
Wobbling, much? You can catch BMTH on tour really, really soon...
29 - Manchester, Academy
30 - Newcastle, Union
1 - Inverness, Ironworks
2 - Glasgow, ABC
4 - Portsmouth, Pyramids
5 - Cardiff, University
6 - Wolverhampton, Wulfrun Hall
7 - London, Koko
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