Bring Me the Horizon Say It’s Time for Their “New Era”

Oliver Sykes of Bring Me The Horizon in concert in 2016
Oliver Sykes of Bring Me The Horizon in concert in 2016. Photo by RMV/REX/Shutterstock (7429360j)

Bring Me the Horizon have been dropping hints about their new album for quite some time, and it seems they’re finally making it happen. They recently shared a teaser that features glimpses of their new album Post Human: Nex Gen and said that “it’s time for a new era.”

It’s been five years since the release of Bring Me the Horizon’s last studio album Amo in 2019, but they followed up its release with Post Human: Survival Horror. This is one of the four projects they wanted to release under the Post Human moniker, and Post Human: Nex Gen will serve as its spiritual successor.

The British band teased its release by sharing a video of a futuristic robot, which ends with a cryptic message – “It’s time for a new era. Initializing NeX GEn.”

“You cling to your virtual identity as if it were your very soul. Pathetic. I’m here to wipe away the detritus of your existence. All these thoughts, these memories, they are but a fleeting echo in an endless void. And just like that, you cease to exist in a digital realm,” says the robot in the video.

Post Human: Nex Gen still doesn’t have an official release date, after being pushed from August 2023 to this year. Bring Me the Horizon released several singles expected to be featured on this album, most recently “Darkside” and “Kool-Aid”.