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Sheffield, Yorkshire (2004 – present)

Bring Me the Horizon are a British band from Sheffield, Yorkshire, who formed in 2004. Bring Me the Horizon consists of lead vocalist Oliver Sykes, lead guitarist Lee Malia, rhythm guitarist Jona Weinhofen, bassist Matt Kean and drummer Matt Nicholls. They are currently signed to Visible Noise Records in the UK, Epitaph Records in the US and to Shock Records in Australia. Their music has been said to be influenced diversely by , and , and their earlier work is noted for its strong influence from American bands. They have released three studio albums and one extended play.

They released their debut album Count Your Blessings on 30 October 2006. Their second album, Suicide Season was released 29 September 2008 with a two disc special edition version titled: Suicide Season: Cut Up!, featuring a second disc of electronic and dubstep remixes of tracks featured on Suicide Season. Prior to the release of the special edition of Suicide Season, founding rhythm guitarist Curtis Ward left the band due to commitment issues. He was later replaced with Jona Weinhofen. Their third studio album There Is A Hell, Believe Me I’ve Seen It. There Is A Heaven, Let’s Keep It A Secret. was released 4 October 2010.

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  • Dyadyamisha96

    говно, фанаты без обид

    48 minutes ago Reply
  • Yelyah-Williams

    Contributing more crap to a pile of crap isn't really contributing at all, is it?

    Yesterday 3:04am Reply
  • lparastream

    Oli sounds like a pig dying

    28 Aug 11:28pm Reply
  • bobo9390

    Hell, even the fact that Limp Bizkit is touring regularly again and selling out shows for the first time in years is a sign of that. Plus bands like Ill Nino, hed pe, Nonpoint, Powerman 5000, and Mushroomhead actually getting invited to play mainstream metal fests like Mayhem again is a big deal. The big names of nu metal like Korn and Slipknot never went away because their popularity transcended the initial trend. But the smaller bands are finally drawing attention outside of their cult followings for the first time in a long time.

    28 Aug 11:03pm Reply
  • bobo9390

    v A lot of it is, but nu metal rules so who cares? Seeing as bands like My Ticket Home, Dangerkids, Oceano, Suicide Silence, Emmure, Islander, King 810, and recent Ill Nino have all attempted to combine at least some elements of both nu metal and metalcore in the last couple years, it's safe to say there's a nu metal revival going on at the moment. Not a commercial revival really, but a creative one for sure.

    28 Aug 10:57pm Reply
  • TDcore

    I'm so sick of people pretending that all current metalcore is heavily influenced by Nu-Metal. If it was, I'd be staying far far away from it.

    27 Aug 9:03pm Reply
  • Youko_o

    Because they did not.

    26 Aug 3:44am Reply
  • LittleDeepPurpl

    Why they ripped off Slipknot?

    24 Aug 8:53am Reply
  • xVictimOfADownx

    Did he mean goregrind?

    23 Aug 9:34pm Reply
  • CHASINGXGHOSTS

    What is ''gore metal''? [2]

    23 Aug 1:31pm Reply
  • hamitic

    What is "gore metal"?

    23 Aug 1:06pm Reply
  • spineshank155

    I know that, but not all people know that just like people who think that all commercial pop music is generic.

    22 Aug 12:32pm Reply
  • TDcore

    @spinshank155: Woah, woah, buddy. Not all metal is about "death gore and violence". Not even close. If we're talking death metal, black metal or gore metal. But there's tons of other sub-genres as well.

    21 Aug 8:56pm Reply
  • spineshank155

    Whether you like the music is really just an opinion and i am pretty sure that if metal was on the top 40 people would be complaining about either the lyrics (if it's about death, gore, violence), vocals being too harsh, or the music being too loud/noisy so take it into considering that what might sound good or bad to you most likely another person will have an opposite opinion.

    21 Aug 7:19pm Reply
  • spineshank155

    There's hundreds of other bands that sound like Metallica and yet people listen to those 'similar' bands. Such as any other artist out there in a particular genre. What is so wrong about commercialized pop music? While some of it is awful some of it is good. Sometimes bad music is popular, but they generally get that way since much of the easy accessible music get the most attention. Really you should be thankful you have music you really like and been able to find some creative artists, but it doesn't help the reputation of those artists when the fans criticize so much about the commercial artists. Quality is an incorrect term to describe the music. If the sound is clean, you can hear every instrument, and the singing isn't awful, it's good quality music.

    21 Aug 7:18pm Reply
  • TDcore

    @Yelyah-Williams: Seriously, shows how much of a life you have that you hang around the profile of a band you don't like all day, fighting with it's fans. I can just see you, drooling over the keyboard in a dark room waiting for these "scene kids" to keep fighting with you. You're pathetic and wouldn't know good music if it bit you on the arse. BTW, Otakus don't impress anyone. :D

    20 Aug 4:53pm Reply
  • bobo9390

    Also, I realized I've been posting in this shoutbox for about 5 years now. Here's to another 5.

    19 Aug 7:37pm Reply
  • bobo9390

    and Yelyah-Williams, I see only a little bit of commercial pop in your charts. So please stop pretending you know anything about it. You wouldn't trust a pop fan's opinion of My Bloody Valentine or Burzum. So why should a pop fan trust your opinion on pop? It doesn't work that way. It's illogical.

    19 Aug 7:32pm Reply
  • bobo9390

    "Do you think scenecore fans regret their tacky tattoos?" How and when did the word scene earn a negative connotation? I've been trying to figure that out since 2008 or so. I've never gotten an answer that didn't boil down to a biased, opinion based "just because" type answer. I want something scientific.

    19 Aug 7:30pm Reply
  • Yelyah-Williams

    Commercialized pop music is supposed to sound plastic. It doesn't matter if they're nice guys, they can be the best people in the world and still make horrible music. Just like how bad people can make good music.

    19 Aug 4:18pm Reply
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