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Check out Bring Me The Horizon and Grimes' new track 'nihilist blues'

The latest cut from the Sheffield rockers' new album 'amo' comes ahead of its full release tomorrow (25th January).
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Published: 11:12 am, January 24, 2019
Check out Bring Me The Horizon and Grimes' new track 'nihilist blues'

Tomorrow (25th January), Bring Me The Horizon drop their brand new album 'amo'. Before that, they're showing us what's probably the most anticipated track to be lifted from it.

Titled 'nihilist blues', the latest cut sees them teaming up with Grimes, and you can check it out below.

Shifting from dark pop to something all together more sinister once Grimes takes command, it's an example of how far from their roots the Sheffield rockers are willing to stray.

Bring Me The Horizon are set to headline All Points East later this year. We're still waiting for news on Grimes' forthcoming full-length, after most recent single 'We Appreciate Power' dropped late last year.

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