Published Nov 13, 2014UK metalcore masters Bring Me the Horizon recently revealed plans to officially release their "Drown" single in December, but it looks as if fans will be hit with a career-observing box set ahead of time.
Though the Sheffield outfit have yet to announce the box on their end, there are listings for the five-LP item on Banquet Records, which says it comes out November 24, and Amazon, which gives it a December 2 due date.
According to the listings, the set packages together Bring Me the Horizon material leading up to, but not including, last year's Sempiternal album. Included are the band's 2004 debut EP This Is What the Edge of Your Seat Is For, 2007's Count Your Blessings LP, and 2008's Suicide Season.
Complementing its mouthful of a title, There Is a Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It. There Is a Heaven, Let's Keep It a Secret is being spread out across two plates of vinyl.
The box set will be made available in a limited run of 3,000 copies, with the packaging featuring new cover art designed by vocalist Oli Sykes, and you can see that up above. The box will also include four art prints.
You can pre-order the set here.
"Drown," meanwhile, is expected to land on vinyl December 7, with a full-length Bring Me the Horizon release expected in 2015.