Bring Me The Horizon dates
Electronic metalcore isn’t a genre you hear often, which in truth could be part of Bring Me The Horizon’s appeal. With the band heading out on tour, there’s no better time to buy your Bring Me The Horizon tickets now, and rock out to a band quite unlike any other! The band has been hard at work since early 2004, when the lads were still in school! So don’t miss out and make sure you make it to one of their unforgettable concerts. The band from Sheffield, UK, have come a long since their 2006 debut album Count Your Blessings, and their 2015 album That's The Spirit charted highly worldwide, including topping the charts in Australia and Canada and reaching number 2 on the UK Album Chart and US Billboard 200 as the band showed their progression from a less metalcore sound to a softer and less aggressive style of music. Hear all Bring Me The Horizon new music, get Bring Me The Horizon tickets right here today before they undoubtedly sell out.
Bring Me The Horizon background
Originally founded by Oliver Sykes, Matt Nicholls and Lee Malia the three of them shared a common interest in metal bands, with Malia already having been a part of a Metallica tribute band. Forming the band in their late teens, the name Bring Me The Horizon came about from a quote in Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, in which Captain Jack Sparrow closes the film with “Now, bring me that horizon.” The band quickly managed to fit into the emo trend that was dominating the mid-2000s and, after signing with Visible Noise record label, released their debut album Count Your Blessing in 2006.
Since then, Bring Me The Horizon have gone on to release four further album - Suicide Season (2008), There Is a Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It. There Is a Heaven, Let's Keep It a Secret (2010), Sempiternal (2013), and That's The Spirit (2015). The band are also set to release their sixth album in 2019. Amo is scheduled for release in January 2019 and the group have already released the lead single from the upcoming album - "Mantra", which debuted at number one on the UK Rock & Metal Chart. With the news of a new Bring Me The Horizon album release, the band are touring worldwide with shows scheduled across Europe, North America and Australia. Hear all the best Bring Me The Horizon songs, old and new, get bmth tickets today!
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