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Exclusive Bring Me The Horizon Remix

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Bring Me The Horizon have spent the last few years quietly going about establishing themselves as one of Britain's biggest metal bands.

The Sheffield-based 5-piece released their fourth album, Sempiternal, in April this year, reaching number 3 in the UK and scoring a hugely impressive US billboard position of 11.

Ahead of their forthcoming main stage performances at the Reading and Leeds Festivals later this month, we've got an exclusive remix of album highlight Can You Feel My Heart by renowned electronic producer Jakwob.

Don't worry - this is no noisy shoehorned effort, but a fantastic dark reworking perfect for club and headphone listening alike.

Sempiternal is Out Now

Bring Me The Horizon play Reading Festival Friday August 23 and Leeds Festival Saturday August 24

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