Rock Sound is proud to announce the Bring Me The Horizon remix album 'Suicide Season - Cut Up'.
Rock Sound is proud and excited to announce that Bring Me The Horizon will be releasing a remixed version of ‘Suicide Season’ in the UK. The album, scheduled for release on November 02 via Visible Noise, will coincide with the band’s headline tour of the UK.
“It all started because I had a friend who is into making electro stuff and I asked him if he wanted to remix one of our songs,” vocalist Oli Sykes told Rock Sound. “We were stoked on the end result and I thought it would be awesome if we could get every song remixed! We told our label and managers about the idea and they thought it was a good one. From there, we came up with a list of people we would love to remix our songs and started mailing people.”
Tek-One, RobotSonics, Ben Weinman from The Dillinger Escape Plan, Outcry Collective, L’Amour La Morgue (Ian Watkins from Lostprophets), Utah Saints and Shawn ‘Clown’ Crahan from Slipknot are among the eventual list of musicians and producers who remixed, reinterpreted and created ‘Suicide Season - Cut Up’.
According to Sykes, the album will be a surprise to both fans and critics alike.
“To be honest, there’s not a song on there that really sounds like the original,” he continues. “What’s great though is the diversity of each song. There’s dub-step to hip-hop, electro to drum and bass. It’s great!”
‘Suicide Season - Cut Up’ will also include the original version of ‘Suicide Season’ as a bonus and will be packed with additional treats and good stuff.
Rock Sound has heard the album, and it's brilliant! The cover art for the release can be seen below, check back to www.rocksound.tv next week for the complete and finalised tracklisting.
Bring Me The Horizon co-headline the Festival Republic Stage at Reading and Leeds this weekend, for their stage times click here (Reading) or here (Leeds).
There's been some actual news this week. The Movielifereformed, Fightstarreturned from hiatus, and then there was Emoji Artworks. But sadly, today is our last #notthenews round-up of 2014. Try to hold back those tears while we recap all of this week's nonsense.