Bring Me The Horizon announce ‘Live At The Royal Albert Hall’ live album

The 'audio and visual' release will benefit the Teenage Cancer Trust.
Bring Me The Horizon are set to release a special ‘audio and visual album’ of their Royal Albert Hall show.

The band will play the legendary venue next month for the Teenage Cancer Trust. That performance will be filmed and recorded for ‘Live At The Royal Albert Hall’ and released on September 16th. All proceeds from the sale will go to the charity.

The release will be available on multiple formats, including a 2CD/2DVD edition, a deluxe 5 disc photobook, DVD, Blu-ray and heavyweight triple vinyl. There’ll also be very limited special editions signed by the band.

The film of the show will be directed by Tim Sidewell, who also directed the band’s ‘Live At Wembley’ DVD.

Pre-order ‘Live At The Royal Albert Hall’ here.

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