About this deal
Afterward, they had intentions to issue a remix extended play consisting of electronica remixes of tracks off the album, all done by British electronic producer Draper, aiming for a tentative January 2012 release. We carry a broad range of CDs and vinyl (7”/12” singles and LPs) and specialise in indie, alternative, rock, punk, metal plus a few other genres. As his role continued he eventually became "essential" to the framework of the album and that he became "one of the leaders in terms of composition". It stems from the Latin word " sempiternus" (a concatenation of root " semper" and suffix " aeternum").
In 2011, Bring Me the Horizon were finishing up the tour that was held in support of the band's previous album There Is a Hell Believe Me I've Seen It. Previous examples of where they've written was Arboga, Sweden for Suicide Season  and rural Scotland for There Is a Hell.The band announced that by September they would be entering the studio for pre-production of the album. However, in later interviews when asked directly about the song and its meaning the band members revealed that it's not strictly about Weinhofen (although he did serve as an inspiration), but rather deals with modern day people's hypocrisy, particularly on the Internet; where people either state reckless negative opinions and argue with other people which "not actually helping" or on the contrary preach whatever they feel is right to change the world for the better while at the same time behaving in a manner that belies their own statements (thus making them "ANTI-vists" instead of activists).
It opened the doors to stadium shows and appearances at some of the biggest and most diverse festivals in the world, namely Glastonbury, where they played for the first time in 2016. However, instead of going for a heavier sound, Bring Me the Horizon pooled more diverse influences in preparation for the writing of Sempiternal. Lee Malia described the song as having a more Suicide Season inspired sound  and having a Glassjaw-influenced chorus. The lyrics are also cited as possessing anti-religious connotations,  with Sykes summarising this by saying "I'm an atheist so it's all about not believing in God. This was due to the fact that the ground covered by the album gave room for further experimentation.The band initially wanted to begin recording the album in May 2012, however, Sykes believed it was too soon and that the band should just demo for a few months instead. This then led to the band streaming the album online until its release date, which was pushed forward from 29 and 30 April to 1 and 2 April for Worldwide and North American release, respectively. Before the album I was put in a position where I was asked to believe in God to get better, I was in a shitty place and I was asked to put my faith in God".