Bring Me The Horizon have mentioned a delay within the launch of the remaining EPs of their ‘Put up Human’ sequence.
The band launched ‘Put up Human: Survival Horror’ on the finish of October, and told NME that it could be the primary of a number of EPs beneath the ‘Put up Human’ banner throughout the house of 12 months.
Now, in a brand new interview with Kerrang!, keyboardist Jordan Fish has defined how the venture started to get greater than the band anticipated, resulting in delays.
Fish mentioned: “We deliberate to do 4 EPs in a 12 months, however the final one was nearly an album, so I believe the spacing can be a bit longer than supposed, simply because they’re most likely going to prove greater than supposed,” he added, whereas clarifying: “That doesn’t matter, so long as they’re all actually good.”
Jordan Fish performs reside with Deliver Me The Horizon. CREDIT: Getty
“We’ve been writing on and off for fairly some time, so there’s a whole lot of materials that’s being labored on,” he continued. “However we haven’t correctly received into the rhythm of writing the subsequent EP but, we’ll most likely try this within the New 12 months.”
Speaking to NME last year in regards to the thought of the venture, frontman Oli Sykes mentioned: “The concept behind ‘Posthuman’ is taking a look at how we’ve stepped out of evolution and the meals chain.
“If we are able to try this, then we are able to take duty for what we’ve finished to the planet and grow to be one thing higher than what people are proper now.”
Reviewing ‘Post Human: Survival Horror’, NME wrote: “Many bands in Deliver Me The Horizon’s sneakers would use this chance to go full Coldplay with a radio-friendly album primed for mass communication, however not Deliver Me. As an alternative, they’re releasing 4 EPs throughout the subsequent 12 months, all themed round how humanity is completely screwed.
“What might have been an act of self-sabotage or self-indulgence – or each – has transpired to be a welcome reminder of all that this band does greatest, rooted in uncooked relevance for in the present day and the cyber-punk power of tomorrow.”
Watch Sykes give NME a track-by-track rundown of ‘Put up Human: Survival Horror’ above.