Bring Me The Horizon have released a music video for their current single Shadow Moses. The clip does a solid job of capturing the single’s aggressive energy and punctuates the disjointed message of the lyrics with a jerking camera motion.
As reported by Kill Your Stereo, the lead single is taken from BMTR’s upcoming album
Sempiternal, due for release on April 30 via Epitaph Records. Frontman Oliver Sykes has described the LP as both ‘uplifting’ and ‘sad’.
“There’s a very euphoric sound coursing through the album, a very uplifting but yet sad sound … Electronically, it’s far more advanced than anything we’ve done before,” explained Sykes.
Shadow Moses is a massive track in terms of sound and its accessible chorus should provide a quality singalong when Bring Me The Horizon visits Australia for Soundwave 2013. However, one member who won’t touring with the British metalcore outfit is Jona Weinhofen.
Earlier this month the Australian musician and BMTH guitarist left the band, posting on his Tumblr account that the situation within the band had become “very tense with a lot of disagreements between myself and certain members who i wont name (sic)”.
Watch: Bring Me The Horizon – Shadow Moses