Bring Me The Horizon Backed by 47 Piece Orchestra in Stirring ‘Doomed’ Video

On April 22, 2016 BMTH shared the stage with a 47-piece orchestra and 14 person choir.

By Radio.com Staff

Bring Me The Horizon have released “Doomed,” the first clip from their their highly anticipated Live at Royal Albert Hall DVD.

On April 22, 2016 BMTH shared the stage with the 47-piece Parallax Orchestra plus a 14 person choir, conducted by Simon Dobson. The orchestral arrangements were written by Parallax Orchestra founder Will Harvey and conductor Simon Dobson in collaboration with Jordan Fish, the band’s Musical Director, while the choir was arranged and directed by Kat Marsh.

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Clearly moved by the experience, Dobson had this to say about working with Bring Me The Horizon:

“To say that it was an honour to have written the opening music and conducted a full symphony orchestra behind Bring Me isn’t enough. One of the greatest nights of my life for sure. Big up the BMTH crew x”

Bring Me The Horizon Live at Royal Albert Hall is scheduled for release on CD, DVD and Blu-ray, Dec 2. According to the band, all proceeds will be donated to the Teenage Cancer Trust, providing life-changing care and support so young people don’t have to face cancer alone.

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