A Day to Remember, Bring Me the Horizon, the Wonder Years, the Story So Far, Motionless in White, Chiodos and Gnarwolves have been confirmed.
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Organizers of the 2014 Riot Fest in Denver have moved the event to Sports Authority Field after being denied a permit at Byers' May Farms.
A Day to Remember, Bring Me the Horizon and Chiodos will team up for what promises to be one of the fall's best tours.
Vote for either Of Mice & Men's 'Would You Still Be There?' or Bring Me the Horizon's 'Can You Feel My Heart?' in this Loudwire Cage Match.
Loudwire counts down the 10 best songs from Bring Me the Horizon.
Following the recent announcement of the Toronto lineup, the organizers of Riot Fest have now unveiled the list of bands performing at the Chicago and Denver editions of the festivals, as well. While there are a great deal of alt-rock acts, there are a number of heavy hitters on the bills.
It's been just about a year since Bring Me the Horizon unleashed their epic disc 'Sempiternal,' and they've taken the music world by storm with the album. Following the success of the single 'Go To Hell, For Heaven's Sake,' frontman Oli Sykes and the boys are currently blowing up radio with 'Sleepwalking.' To celebrate the band's success, BMTH and Epitaph Records are teaming up with our radio show 'Loudwire Nights With Full Metal Jackie' to offer a free MP3 download of 'Sleepwalking' (in the player below)!
We'll say it right now: Bring Me the Horizon are one of the most exciting young bands on the planet. Not only is their most recent disc, 'Sempiternal,' an epic album, their live show is phenomenal. We caught the band's second gig of a two-night stand at New York City's Best Buy Theater on Saturday night (March 1), and the UK act mesmerized the crowd with a stellar set.