Bring Me The Horizon to release their catalogue on vinyl

 UK metal monstrosity Bring Me The Horizon are geared to release their back catalogue on vinyl later this month.

Their 2006 debut Count Your Blessings along with 2008’s Suicide Season and their latest album There Is a Hell, Believe Me I’ve Seen It. There Is A Heaven, Let’s Keep It A Secret will be recieving the limited edition vinyl treatment on May 23rd.

For more details, head to the band’s official website.

11 Responses to “Bring Me The Horizon to release their catalogue on vinyl”

  1. ZakMcD

    Fucking ridiculous. Vinyl is a format that, for the most part, is untouched by scene filth such as this tossers. I’m actually disgusted and offended by this.

  2. Jaytime

    its still only 5 friends who play music together and honestly who doesnt want their own music released on vinyl?

    im sure most people here prefer to listen to records than cds or ipods connected to a stereo?

  3. backsideslappy

    @ZakMcD (3): By and large, vinyl purchasers are the biggest bag of fucking douchebag hipsters ever. I’m one of them, I should know.

    Also never got the notion of listening to metalcore on vinyl.

  4. SteveC

    The few people I know who buy vinyl are just huge music fans / collectors or djs. Don’t know how vinyl got associated with trends or whatever because people who jump trends don’t have the patience to build a decent vinyl collection, it takes years and a fair bit of effort / expense. that said, I must admit metalcore doesn’t lend itself to vinyl too well.

  5. ZakMcD

    @backsideslappy I’m one too. I only buy my favourite albums on vinyl though, ones that I can and will listen to for years to come. Nobody is going to be spinning a BMTH record after they fade into obscurity with the rest of their shitty peers in the next few years.

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