Mumford and Sons have announced they will no longer use metal sheets in their albums and tour dates

The band’s last album was 2006’s The Next Day, which sold more than 2 million copies.

They have since released two albums and toured around the world, but the band has been forced to stop using sheet metal on many of their live performances.

Mumford said the band is not using the metal on any new albums.

“It is a long story, but I think it’s pretty obvious that there are a lot of things we have learned from The Next Sun that we haven’t been able to put into the record,” Mumford told CBC News.

“I think the album is the most metal album we’ve ever done.

“I think we would have done the same thing.””

So it’s all about the record, which I think is very important, and I think the band are going to be really excited to see the results of all the new metal we’ve got.””

I think we would have done the same thing.”

So it’s all about the record, which I think is very important, and I think the band are going to be really excited to see the results of all the new metal we’ve got.

“The band, whose main hit song, “The Next Day,” was written by drummer Tom Waits, has been touring since 2015.