Strangely enough, Sebastian Bach wasn't the only vocalist to kick someone out of the audience on Sept. 10, 2011. Bring Me the Horizon vocalist Oliver Sykes threw a kid out that same evening. The crowd member threw a water bottle at Sykes, and was promptly thrown out by the singer in the middle of the song 'F---.'
Lamb of God crunched another enemy in last week's Death Match, beating out Swedish extreme black metal force Marduk by a sizable margin. Lamb of God are now halfway to a Hall of Fame run. The American metal band only needs two more wins for 'Desolation' to be declared immortal, but one of metal's most popular acts now stands in front of them.
U.K. breakthrough band Bring Me the Horizon will soon be hard at work on their next album, which these deathcore haulers say is influenced by post-rock bands like Explosions in the Sky and This Will Destroy You.
It couldn’t come at a more appropriate time! Those British rogues collectively known as Bring Me the Horizon will drop their video for 'Alligator Blood' at noon on Halloween (that's this coming Monday, Oct. 31!) via the band's official Facebook page. So consider this fair warning.
British McDonald's worker David Russell, 20, pretended to be lead singer Oliver Sykes of UK metal band Bring Me the Horizon in order to meet an American woman whom he repeatedly stabbed and slit her throat.
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