Bring Me the Horizon
Bring Me the Horizon have built up an impressive following with their first three albums, but if justice is served, their latest release 'Sempiternal' should take them to new heights in the metal world. While fully embracing their metalcore roots, the band aims to redefine the genre with 'Sempiternal.'
When you see British metalcore band Bring Me the Horizon live, it’s nothing short of an intense experience. The band is celebrating the release of their fourth studio album ‘Sempiternal’ with a show in Leeds, UK, and you can watch the live stream right here on Loudwire today (April 2) at 3:30pm ET in the video player below.
At first it might seem nice that Bring Me the Horizon decided to dedicate a song to a former member, but upon closer inspection of the lyrics of the track, it might not have been a good-natured move. During a recent show in Sydney, the band decided to close their set with 'Antivist,' with frontman Oli Sykes proclaiming, "This song is called Antivist.' It goes out to Jona Weinhofen," while flipping the bird
The 2013 Vans Warped Tour just added some harder edge to their lineup with the announcement that both Black Veil Brides and Bring Me the Horizon have signed on for this summer's bill. The two bands are definitely among the bigger acts playing the festival, with Black Veil Brides already seeing positive turnout for their 'Wretched and Divine: The Story of the Wild Ones' album and Bring Me the Horizon receiving quite the buzz for their upcoming 'Sempiternal' disc.