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Bring Me the Horizon: alt-rockers announce 2018 arena tour
From deathcore to international acclaim, Sheffield boys Bring Me the Horizon have come a long way since the release of debut album Count Your Blessings all the way back in 2006. more than a decade on, their latest record That's the Spirit landed at the number two spot in the UK charts, displaying a more mature sound from the five piece, likened to 'cinematic pop-rock'. Garnering mass critical acclaim, the adoption of a more stadium orientated sound paid off. The group have announced another November tour across UK arenas in 2018, with rocking singles such as "Drown", "Happy Song", "Throne", "True Friends" and "Follow You" - alongside the old classics - set to be on the playlist. Get Bring Me the Horizon tickets now at StubHub UK.
Bring Me the Horizon: Sheffield band embrace a new sound
Formed in Sheffield, singer Oliver Sykes, Lee Malia, Curtis Ward, Matt Kean and Matt Nicholls took their name from a line at the end of blockbuster movie Pirates of the Caribbean. Bonding over their love for punk and death metal, they slotted perfectly into the emo trend dominating the mid 2000s and released first full length LP Count Your Blessings in 2006 after signing with label Visible Noise. Fans soon called for more, and they returned to the studio to work on sophomore effort Suicide Season. Coming back with a reinvented sound, their popularity exploded, leading to exposure in the US and slots on both the Kerrang! and Warped tours.
After replacing Ward with I Killed the Prom Queen member Jona Weinhofen, the band moved on to third album There is a Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It, There is a Heaven, Let's Keep it a Secret, finding a top 20 breakthrough in the UK album charts. Sempiternal dropped in 2013 and saw the band move in a slightly lighter direction, and the evolution was confirmed with concept album That's the Spirit two years later. Dropping some of their metalcore elements in favour of a more melodic, alt-rock approach, the LP proved their most popular to date, shooting straight to the top two of the UK charts. They play the new material live at a number of arena dates across the country this autumn, so grab your Bring Me the Horizon tickets now at StubHub UK.
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