Bring Me The Horizon Releasing ‘Suicide Season’ Deluxe Edition in April

by | Mar 9, 2010

Bring Me The Horizon will be releasing a Deluxe Edition of their 2008 album, “Suicide Season” on April 13. 

The set will include three discs — the original album, 14 remixed tracks, and a DVD with four music videos, including a never before seen live show from Mexico City. 

A trailer for the release can be seen below:

The band is currently working on their third studio album — it is scheduled to be released later this year via Epitaph

“Suicide Season” Deluxe Edition Tracklisting:

Disc One
1. The Comedown – 4:09
2. Chelsea Smile – 5:03
3. It was Written In Blood – 4:03
4. Death Breath – 4:21
5. Football Season is Over – 1:56
6. Sleep with One Eye Open – 4:16
7. Diamonds Aren’t Forever – 3:48
8. The Sadness Will Never End – 5:22
9. No Need For Introductions, I’ve Read About Girls Like You On The Back Of Toilet Doors – 1:00
10. 10.Suicide Season – 8:17

Enhanced Content
“The Comedown” music video
“Pray For Plagues” music video
2 wallpaper designs (album cover, photo of band)

Disc Two
1. The Comedown (Robot Sonics remix) – 5:17
2. Chelsea Smile (KC Blitz remix) – 4:12
3. It Was Written In Blood (L’Amour La Morgue remix) – 4:58
4. Death Breath (Toxic Avenger remix) – 4:33
5. Football Season Is Over (After The Night remix) – 3:57
6. Sleep With One Eye Open (Tek-One remix) – 4:41
7. Diamonds Aren’t Forever (I Haunt Wizards remix) – 3:55
8. The Sadness Will Never End (Skrillex (AKA Sonny) remix) – 6:03
9. No Need For Introductions (Benjamin Weinman remix) – 2:46
10. Suicide Season (The Secret Handshake remix) – 2:56
11. Football Season Is Over (Utah Saints remix) – 5:02
12. Sleep With One Eye Open (M. Shawn Crahan remix) – 5:55
13. Chelsea Smile (Travis McCoy remix) – 3:42
14. Suicide Season (Outcry Collective remix) – 5:05

DVD
1. Live In Mexico City (full concert)
2. Live In Siberia (3 live songs)
3. The Comedown (video)
4. Chelsea Smile (video)
5. Diamonds Aren’t Forever (video)
6. The Sadness Will Never End (video)

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