Thursday, 17th August 2017

All hail brazilian fans...

Saturday, 06 April 2013

Anybody not completely devastated to the point of mental insanity by  the end of the gig, will have the opportunity to meet the band after the show for an impromptu photographs and signing of anything you care to have signed. So see you all at the merch stall 30 minutes after the show. Bring pens!!!


Wednesday, 03 April 2013

It appears that one of the comments made in the last statement may have been misinterpreted as a threat of some sort. The band can assure all involved it is not meant as such. It is simply a basic fact of time and economics and they thought that under the circumstances it may need pointing out, to explain further it has taken My Dying Bride 23 years to be offered a show in Argentina that they could all get to at the same time, one which they gladly took as a great opportunity to play another country and one with such passionate fans too. Even with this in mind and with no other exceptional circumstances My Dying Bride will not play there again simply due to the time they have to take to play it vs the amount of offers we receive. My Dying Bride are a semi-professional band, not a full time “sing for our supper” band so each gig is weighed up in time as well as any costs, which are many. The band explain there are events that take place behind the social media haze and to please be aware of that when commenting on the circumstances as not all of the facts are made public. They also stress that they have no such policy and never will blacklist a country an insane concept at best. Again they apologize for any misunderstanding and regardless of the circumstances are genuinely looking forward to playing in Argentina.

Grim News Just out

Tuesday, 02 April 2013

“My Dying Bride have been forced to change venue due to unforeseen circumstances in Argentina. According to the promoter in Argentina “The Cure” are playing in the same city on the same night and this has apparently had a negative effect on the ticket sales for this gig, even to the tune of so called MDB fans selling their tickets to buy The Cure tickets. My Dying Bride would just like to point out that this will be the only gig they will ever play in Argentina so if you miss this you’ve missed them for good. To say the band are disappointed at this news is somewhat of an understatement but they are committed to helping the promoter at least put on some kind of gig.”



Thursday, 28 March 2013

The UK’s own doomlords, My Dying Bride, have been imposing their legacy for over two decades, since their debut album ‘As the Flower Withers’ surfaced in 1992, & now the Yorkshire titans return with their latest work, ‘The Manuscript’, set for release on Peaceville Records on May 13th on CD & vinyl.

the manuscript

‘The Manuscript’ contains 4 new & exclusive songs; a dark voyage spanning over 27 minutes of supreme doom in the unmistakable My Dying Bride style of heaviness mixed with dark tales of foreboding. It was recorded & mixed at Futureworks Studios in Manchester, UK with the band’s long-time producer, Mags.

As the band comments:
"The Manuscript features four monstrous tracks of brilliantly crafted metal that only My Dying Bride can do, with swathes of doom laden melancholy, harmonic beauty and thundering death metal all combined in their trademark sound. Four tales of tragedy, loss and bitter vengeance greet the listener with an added assault on the emotions too, leaving the soul grey and limp. There is beauty here, but it's carrying a dark blade.

2012 saw the release of undoubtedly one the band’s finest, & most epic works of late, ‘A Map of All Our Failures’; capturing the imaginations of metal fans & doom lovers alike with their foreboding journeys through love & death, religion & folklore.

The band is also set to embark upon a short South American tour next month.

The dates are as follows:

10th April 2013 - Rival Petrobras, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

12th April 2013 - Teatro Flores, Buenos Aires, Argentina

14th April 2013 - The Metal Fest Chile, Movistar Arena, Santiago, Chile