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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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  • bobo9390

    They definitely didn't sell out. They just started making music that wasn't as heavy.

    Yesterday 4:27pm Reply
  • BrootalK1d

    I still enjoy Count Your Blessings, it sucks that they turned out to be a bunch of sellouts

    Yesterday 4:37am Reply
  • Milen_Zima

    Хейтеры, вы заебали.

    Yesterday 3:49am Reply
  • santastalker

    Last two are post-metalcore.

    19 Apr 8:31am Reply
  • bobo9390

    v last two albums pretty much are just rock albums with some metalcore elements on a handful of tracks. Suicide Season was metalcore. CYB was deathcore.

    19 Apr 6:59am Reply
  • Legalaze

    Lol, this sounds like Rock.

    18 Apr 5:37pm Reply
  • bobo9390

    Although in nu metal's defense, a handful of bands from it's heyday such as Hed PE, Sevendust, and Nonpoint are still touring constantly and charting quite well. I have no clue who is buying their albums.

    17 Apr 7:27pm Reply
  • bobo9390

    Metalcore and deathcore don't even fall under the same category as nu metal in terms of lifespan though. Nu metal's peak popularity was like 6 years tops. 1997 until about 2003 then it fell off big time and fast aside from the biggest names in the genre. Metalcore has been going strong commercially since Killswitch Engage, Bleeding Through, and Shadows Fall released big albums around 2004. And it's still going strong even if the fanbase is now a younger new generation. the new Memphis May Fire album debuted at number 4 on the Billboard 200 a week or two ago.

    17 Apr 7:21pm Reply
  • spineshank155

    Everything starts off as a trend, the true fans stick to what they like. Not everything popular is bad, even the worst ones have a few decent songs.. depending on the listener of course. The problem though i think trend-hoppers ignore anything that is obscure and/or too lazy to search for better bands of the particular style. As a result, many great bands hardly gets noticed and they have to work much harder to gain a decent fanbase.

    16 Apr 4:43pm Reply
  • santastalker

    You must back up your opinions with facts.

    16 Apr 9:37am Reply
  • Epsilon_X2008

    and people consider deathcore and nu-metal to be "inferior" because they were trendy, so a bunch of people with no talent hopped on the bandwagon and tried to appeal to as many people as possible, which general makes the music more suited for somebody just getting into it. There are great bands in both subgenres, but the most popular ones are generally the trend-hoppers that don't care, which gives the genres a bad rep.

    16 Apr 4:34am Reply
  • Epsilon_X2008

    Chasing Rainbows and Join The Club are awesome

    16 Apr 4:26am Reply
  • hamitic

    I am a homosexual and comparing my sexuality with such music offends me. Please refrain from doing so. Thanks in advance and have a nice day.

    16 Apr 1:27am Reply
  • Ponsikk

    Сайкс сосёт хуи. Сегодня по новостям говорили.

    15 Apr 5:06pm Reply
  • spineshank155

    I used to be really angry. Kinda switching from frustration, anger, to depression. I was also mostly depressed growing up but it was hardly noticeable for the most part. I don't know why most metalheads limit themselves to a certain style. IMO they are about as closed minded as many Christians i have met. I might be a metalhead at heart, but i don't follow their ideals much. I like the musical style but hating on bands you don't like is childish.

    14 Apr 10:33pm Reply
  • bobo9390

    I like a lot of underground metal, but genuinely have more interest in nu metal and metalcore. The culture of other metal genres isn't for me. Lots of angry people. And besides, I see lots of metal fans that hate on metalcore, but rarely see metalcore fans hating on other metal subgenres. So obviously I'll see more appeal in the group that limits themselves less.

    14 Apr 7:44pm Reply
  • spineshank155

    Mainstream metal and core bands are a general area which most start off at. But it doesn't mean that deathcore is a genre for beginners. Korn is a good entry level band, just like Metallica, Megadeth, Black Sabbath or some obscure metal band no one has heard of. People DO have to start off somewhere and it doesn't really matter where. Most people that listen to 'entry level' bands most likely will continue to do so, i mean unless you are susceptible to criticism. Granted a little i was, especially with nu metal but it's not a bad genre, nor is deathcore. It's not hard to enjoy the music you like and ignore the ones you don't.

    13 Apr 4:15pm Reply
  • HavikK

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    10 Apr 4:27am Reply
  • bobo9390

    v That argument never made sense to me. What about people who are coreheads? There's a lot of musical elements, lyrical themes, production styles, and general attitudes of the scenes and fanbases that is significantly different between deathcore and death metal. Assuming fans of one will prefer the other makes no sense at all really. I like death metal as much as the next guy, but it's totally illogical to make that claim. DM is good music, but the deathcore scene is so much more fun to me.

    9 Apr 7:15pm Reply
  • aldrignedigen

    v Hilarious library

    8 Apr 1:21pm Reply
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