Bring Me the Horizon sells out Plaza


Jesse John Jenkins

Bring Me the Horizon and Of Mice and Men will be making four stops in the Florida area for “The American Dream Tour.”

Of Mice and Men will be stopping at the sold-out Plaza Live Theatre on Feb. 3 to help open up Bring Me the Horizon’s “The American Dream Tour.”

Of Mice and Men are fresh of the release of their third studio album, “Restoring Force,” which features new bassit Aaron Pauley.

The album name “Restoring Force” is a reference to the group’s last album, ”The Flood,” which reached No. 6 on Billboard’s US Rock chart and the top spot on the Heatseekers Chark.

The metalcore band formed in 2009, and name derives from John Steinbeck’s novel of the same title.

At the conclusion of “The American Dream Tour” Of Mice and Men will embark on their own U.K. headlining tour.

Bring Me the Horizon  are headlining their first North America tour in over three-years. Since 2011 the British band has made its way around the Warped Tour circuit and  released their fourth studio album.

The album, “Sempiternal” made it’s way up to No. 11 on the U.S. Billboard 200 and reached No. 1  on multiple U.K. charts.

The venue has announced that this is a completely sold out show.

Doors open up at 6:30 p.m. and the show is scheduled to start at 7:30 p.m.

Letlive and issues are also scheduled to perform.

(Taken from Jan. 29 issue)