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Bring Me The Horizon play to fans at the 2016 Glastonbury Festival - Day 1 - Worthy Farm, United Kingdom - Thursday 23rd June 2016

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Bring Me The Horizon - Bring Me the Horizon performing at the Teenage Cancer Trust at Royal Albert Hall at Royal Albert Hall - London, United Kingdom - Friday 22nd April 2016

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Matt Kean, Jordan Fish, Oliver Sykes, Lee Malia , Matthew Nicholls of Bring Me The Horizon - The NME Awards 2016 held at the O2 Academy - Arrivals at The NME Awards - London, United Kingdom - Thursday 18th February 2016

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David Straw's Top 10 Albums Of 2015


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Counterparts - Tragedy Will Find Us, Vision of Disorder - Razed to the Ground, Bring Me The Horizon - That's The Spirit

10. Counterparts - Tragedy Will Find Us
Staunch defenders of their metalcore tag, Counterparts might have a bit of trouble keeping it, given that Tragedy Will Find Us is at its best when it feels like a pure hardcore record. Stillborn & Thread start the album with style, while the lilting guitar intro Burn bridges the gap between the single and Stranger perfectly.
Collapse is Tragedy.'s finest moment, though. Emotionally charged, it's the most 'metal' track on the album that builds to a fitting crescendo.
They sound excellent live, too. Joining Stick To Your Guns and Stray From The Path (we'll get to them later) for a UK tour in February, it'd be a sin to miss Counterparts, if this record is anything to go by.

9. Vision of Disorder - Razed to the Ground
Over the past couple of years, there's been a definite sense that metalcore is beginning to have run its course. Fortunately, all it needed was for one of the bands who crafted it in the first place to release an album to remind everyone just how good it can be.
That band is Vision of Disorder, and that album is Razed to the Ground.
Heart of Darkness and Red on the Walls are vintage VoD, white hot and delivered hard, while Electric Sky could be VoD covering Pantera covering Black Sabbath. Yeah, really.
Tim Williams' vocals are as strong as ever, and it's his lashings of Layne Staley-esque lines that lift the album even more.
Razed to the Ground is an album that'll pass so many by, while paler imitations shine brighter in the mainstream conscious, and for a record as good as this, that's a crying shame.

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Bring Me The Horizon - That's The Spirit Album Review


Having spent the best part of a decade in the metal mid-card, Bring Me The Horizon's recently released fifth album 'That's The Spirit' narrowly missed topping the UK album chart.  The high placing shouldn't have come as a surprise though, given their Main Stage allocation at this year's Reading and Leeds Festivals, which will be followed with headline dates here following a run of North American shows.

Bring Me The Horizon - That's The Spirit Album Review

It is fair to say that each previous record from this Sheffield group has seen a development of their sound, but this is the first on which they have completely cast off their metalcore roots - and they are all the better for it.  Promotional tracks 'Happy Song', 'Throne' and 'True Friends' are accurate indicators of the quality of this collection, but crucially, they are not just the pick of the bunch.  You could randomly pick any song here and have a genuine single, though particularly of note is the undeniable anthem 'Avalanche', while 'Follow You' is equally brilliant and shows they can work at a lower tempo and dynamic.  Whether or not this direction is appreciated by their original followers is questionable, but mainstream success is all but nailed on for Bring Me The Horizon - it may have been unexpected, but they have without doubt produced one of the rock records of the year.

4/5

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Bring Me The Horizon - Reading Festival 2015 - Day 2 at Reading Festival - Reading, United Kingdom - Saturday 29th August 2015

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The Zombie Apocalypse Hits London During 2015 Relentless Kerrang! Awards


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As the zombie apocalypse took over the Relentless Kerrang! Awards last Thursday, many acts stumbled away with an award or two in tow. 

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In true rock fashion, the black carpet was laid awaiting the arrival of the bands at the Troxy in London as we eagerly awaited the results of awards such as Kerrang! Legend, Best Single, Best Album, Best British Newcomer and more. 

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Oliver Sykes and Bring Me The Horizon - Sheffield-based rock band Bring Me The Horizon perform at the SSE Arena, Wembley, on their first arena tour at Wembley Arena - London, United Kingdom - Friday 5th December 2014

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Bring Me The Horizon Announce Brand New Single 'Drown' Out In The Uk Out On December 7th 2014

Posted on 13 October 2014

Bring Me The Horizon Announce Brand New Single 'Drown' Out In The UK Out On December 7th 2014

SXSW 2014: 10 Acts You Cannot Afford To Miss


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Every year, hundreds of bands descend upon Austin, Texas to make the South by Southwest Festival one of the most anticipated of the year. Featuring musical acts from all over the world, the music section of this mammoth festival takes place from March 11th to 16th 2014. This year sees the festival get even bigger and better as a host of new acts showcase alongside some big name veterans to give an awesome lineup of over 2,000 acts. Anyone lucky enough to be making the trip to Austin next month is going to have a hard time deciding which bands to go see, so to help you make up your mind, here’s ten acts that we consider unmissable from this year’s lineup.

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Bring Me The Horizon Hit Wembley Arena On December 5th 2014

Posted on 27 January 2014

Bring Me The Horizon Hit Wembley Arena On December 5th 2014

SXSW Announces First Performers For 2014 Festival


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The South by Southwest Music Festival has released its first list of artists for the 2014 festival, notably the New Orleans rapper Vockah Redu, indie-trio London Grammar, Drenge, the Texas country singer Rodney Crowell and Swedish rock band INVSN.

The first batch comprises of 183 acts from 27 countries that will play in downtown Austin in the spring. Last year, more than 25,000 people saw 2,278 acts at the six-day festival and music conference. 

INVSN is perhaps the most interesting act from the first announcement. Featuring Refused and International Noise Conspiracy frontman Dennis Lyxzen, the band are currently on a U.S tour promoting their self-titled debut album.

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BBC Introducing Stage, Dance To The Radio And Even More For The Leeds And Reading Festivals On 23-25 August 2013

Posted on 25 July 2013

Bbc Introducing Stage, Dance To The Radio And Even More For The Leeds And Reading Festivals On 23-25 August 2013

Reading And Leeds Festivals Return With Green Day Headliner And More On 23rd-25th August 2013

Posted on 12 March 2013

Reading And Leeds Festivals Return With Green Day Headliner And More On 23rd-25th August 2013

Leeds And Reading Festival Announce Headliners Biffy Clyro Alongside System Of A Down, Foals, Fall Out Boy, Jake Bugg & Bring Me The Horizon

Posted on 04 February 2013

Leeds And Reading Festival Announce Headliners Biffy Clyro Alongside System Of A Down, Foals, Fall Out Boy, Jake Bugg & Bring Me The Horizon

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