Of Mice & Men announce ‘Live at Brixton’

After taking some time off last year to allow frontman Austin Carlile some time to relax and recuperate, it looks like Of Mice & Men are ready to come back in full force. Earlier this year, it was announced that the California-based band will be hitting the road with Slipknot and Marilyn Manson on their upcoming joint summer tour. On Monday (April 11), the band followed-up the tour announcement with another piece of good news; they will be releasing a CD/DVD.

The CD/DVD combo will be titled Live at Brixton and is set to be released on May 27 through Rise Records. Pre-orders for the CD/DVD combo are currently available on the band’s website. Live at Brixton marks the band’s first release since their reissue of Restoring Force which was released back in 2015. At the time of Carlile’s hospitalization, the band was wrapping up their tour in support of the release.

Of Mice & Men’s post on Twitter about the upcoming release can be seen below while the complete itinerary for their summer tour with Marilyn Manson and Slipknot can be seen here.

Bring Me the Horizon to Release Live CD/DVD in March


Bring Me the Horizon have given fans something cool to look forward to next year; an upcoming live CD/DVD. The live DVD was recorded at the band’s Wembley Arena show this past Friday which the band told fans about via Twitter.

But if playing a show in one of the biggest venues in London wasn’t cool enough, the band also revealed to fans that if they pre-order the bundle before Valentine’s Day, their names would appear in the booklet that comes with the record.

For those not able to make it to the show, we’re going to spoil the surprise of the setlist with the full list written below.

Shadow Moses
Go to Hell, for Heaven’s Sake
The House of Wolves
Diamonds Aren’t Forever
It Never Ends
And the Snakes Start to Sing
Alligator Blood
Empire (Let Them Sing)
Chelsea Smile
Pray for Plagues (with former guitarist Curtis Ward)
Blessed with a Curse
Hospital for Souls
Can You Feel My Heart

Bring Me the Horizon released their last album, Sempiternal, back in 2013, but recently released two brand new songs “Drown” and “Don’t Look Down” with the latter being featured on Zane Lowe’s re-scoring of the Ryan Gosling-starring film, Drive. As for the CD/DVD, it will reportedly be released in March of 2015.