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Bring Me The Horizon are an English metalcore band that formed in Sheffield, consisting of lead vocalist Oli Sykes, lead guitarist Lee Malia, bass player Matt Kean, Matt Nicholls on drums, and keyboard player, Jordan Fish

Formed in 2004, the band were signed by Thirty Days of Night Records, for a four album deal, and they released their debut EP 'This Is What the Edge of Your Seat Was Made For', in 2005, which managed to reach number 41 in the UK Album Chart. The band were named Best Newcomer Band at the Kerrang! Awards 2006.

They released their debut album, ‘Count Your Blessings’ in 2006, and found themselves at number three with their 2013 album, 'Sempiternal'. Following a UK tour in support of the record, the metalcore giants played Wembley Arena in December 2014.They headed to Reading and Leeds Festival in August 2015, ready to launch 'That’s The Spirit', their latest album.

The band played a show at Royal Albert Hall in February 2016 in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust with full orchestra, as well as a show at Electric Brixton in February as part of Brit Award week.

Bring Me The Horizon celebrated their January 2019 album 'Amo' with tours in the UK, Europe, North America and Australia. In 2019, the band have been confirmed as headliner for All Points East Festival in May, and they'll also play a London show as part of BRITs Week for War Child UK. For more information on tour dates and tickets check out Stereoboard below.
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Bring Me The Horizon History and Biography

Bring Me The Horizon are an English metalcore band that formed in Sheffield, consisting of lead vocalist Oli Sykes, lead guitarist Lee Malia, bass player Matt Kean, Matt Nicholls on drums, and keyboard player, Jordan Fish

Formed in 2004, the band were signed by Thirty Days of Night Records, for a four album deal, and they released their debut EP 'This Is What the Edge of Your Seat Was Made For', in 2005, which managed to reach number 41 in the UK Album Chart. The band were named Best Newcomer Band at the Kerrang! Awards 2006.

They released their debut album, ‘Count Your Blessings’ in 2006, and found themselves at number three with their 2013 album, 'Sempiternal'. Following a UK tour in support of the record, the metalcore giants played Wembley Arena in December 2014.They headed to Reading and Leeds Festival in August 2015, ready to launch 'That’s The Spirit', their latest album.

The band played a show at Royal Albert Hall in February 2016 in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust with full orchestra, as well as a show at Electric Brixton in February as part of Brit Award week.

Bring Me The Horizon celebrated their January 2019 album 'Amo' with tours in the UK, Europe, North America and Australia. In 2019, the band have been confirmed as headliner for All Points East Festival in May, and they'll also play a London show as part of BRITs Week for War Child UK. For more information on tour dates and tickets check out Stereoboard below.

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Awesome brutal show!!
London Brixton Academy on November 6 2013
Bring Me The Horizon are experts are putting on an awesome show. So exhilarating and mindblowing. One of the best gigs of the year for me. They turned out a lot of music from their latest album 'Sempiternal' but also gave us a few of the older favourites. The atmosphere was immense and everyone seemed to be enjoying the gig. The light was incredible and the pits were brutal. We moshed, we sang, we loved it!
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BRUTAL!
London O2 Academy Brixton on November 7 2013
I knew seeing BMTH would be awesome. The sheer raw power and intensity of their shows is incredible. At times even I had to sit out of the mosh pits, walls of death, crowd surfing! Not for the faint hearted thats for sure!! They mostly played songs from their new Sempiternal album and threw in a few of their older fan favourites. The hsows was spectacular with a fantastic light show, confetti cannons and smoke machines, even light-up drum machines and guitars. Always an unforgettable show when BMTH hit the stage, whether it be a smaller venue, an arena or a festival. Absolutely brutal!
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Sheffield metalcore mob grow in popularity, performance, musicianship and modesty
Portsmouth Pyramids on May 4 2013
Sheffield metalcore mob Bring Me The Horizon return to Portsmouth having grown in popularity, performance, musicianship and modesty.

Casually stepping on stage, their usual BMTH backdrop non existent this time, simply allowing their music to make the statement. The ferocity of older live favourites such as Chelsea Smile and Alligator Blood take the roof off, while material from their latest album 'Sempiternal' is spine-chilling and brutal.

They're a whole new band now, Bring Me The Horizon are a maturer outfit, thoroughly deserved of the success they're basking in.
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Context is a funny thing, isn’t it? In 2007 Bring Me The Horizon were heavy metal outsiders, and they remained so for years. Their inventive brand of electronic-tinged deathcore was pooh-poohed and dismissed by die-hard metallers despite making Slayer sound soft, while in other quarters they were outright despised.
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