27 November, 2015 - NME.com
Bring Me The Horizon have announced a massive show at London's Royal Albert Hall in support of charity Teenage Cancer Trust.
Next year's Teenage Cancer Trust series of gigs will take place at the 5,000 capacity venue in April 2016, with the UK metal band set to play a date on April 22.
Tickets for the gig will go on sale at 9am next Friday (December 4). Find more information here.
Last year's Teenage Cancer Trust shows at the Royal Albert Hall included performances from The Who, Paul Weller, Noel Gallagher, Frank Turner and more.
Meanwhile, Bring Me The Horizon have donated $10,000 in merchandise sales from their current tour towards the medical expenses of former tour mates The Ghost Inside, after the LA band were involved in a serious car accident in which both drivers involved passed away.
Bring Me The Horizon are currently on tour in support of recent album 'That's The Spirit'. The band play Cardiff this evening (November 27) before dates in London, Birmingham and Bristol.
Bring Me The Horizon will play the following dates:
Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena (November 27)
London, Alexandra Palace (November 28)
Birmingham, 02 Academy (November 29 - matinee)
Birmingham, 02 Academy (November 29)
Bristol, O2 Academy (November 30)
London, Royal Albert Hall (April 20, 2016)