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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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  • sunskytrees

    check out this band https://killscream.bandcamp.com/releases

    Yesterday 8:28am Reply
  • bobo9390

    he's probably one of those types that thinks listening to soft or whiny music means you yourself are soft or whiny. How does that even make sense? That's just as ridiculous as saying listening to extreme music means you're tough. lmao

    14 Sep 7:16pm Reply
  • muckaveli

    >using science >implying music is objective

    14 Sep 8:48am Reply
  • spineshank155

    Blanketdisorder wat?

    13 Sep 12:39am Reply
  • nobody322

    Count Your Blessings <3

    12 Sep 6:25pm Reply
  • bobo9390

    v Sweet Christ that's a new level of butthurt for this shoutbox. At least you like Ween though. One of the finest bands ever.

    12 Sep 6:11pm Reply
  • Blanketdisorder

    I don't need science to say that this band sucks. They are lame and boring. Nothing speaks to me in their music period. And I'm not here to debte their level of suck. If you don't like my opinion, kiss off. I don't have to explain. And non-comforming is non-comforming unless your doing it with others. Then it isn't. Just like not blending in is always not blending in. Unless you end up blending in with the non blending in....people.

    12 Sep 1:32pm Reply
  • bobo9390

    > implying death would prevent him from recording music

    11 Sep 6:50pm Reply
  • LittleDeepPurpl

    Hope Oli Sucks will die like Mitch Unlucker haha

    11 Sep 5:53pm Reply
  • Soft_Shok

    Empire (Let Them Sing) <3 SEMPITERNAL YEAH

    10 Sep 3:04pm Reply
  • Soft_Shok

    I Love THAT ART. really precious to my heart <3

    10 Sep 3:00pm Reply
  • CHASINGXGHOSTS

    Hey dude, your hair's in your eyes.

    10 Sep 1:31am Reply
  • BrootalK1d

    why isn't Pray For Plagues in top 15 songs? that's their most popular songs...

    10 Sep 12:14am Reply
  • muckaveli

    "gaycore" // I hope you meant queercore, which was/is a socio-movement within the punk scene that support the LGBT community. Sorta similar to riot grrrl which supported feminism. I really don't see how looks or anyone's sexuality have anything to do with the quality of music. Quit using that term to describe bands you dislike, cuz it's bloody stupid.

    9 Sep 4:38pm Reply
  • bobo9390

    TDCore: i see where you're coming from. Definitely not arguing that a good amount of the later bands had much better production than the first Attack Attack album. But I remember when they played Warped 09, even though they were on a small stage and SCS was less than a year old, they were one of the most hyped bands on the tour that summer. Their practically overnight rise to fame reminds me of what Crown The Empire is doing right now. And I think that's a band that was partially inspired by Attack Attack.

    9 Sep 8:10am Reply
  • bobo9390

    v I like them a lot. One of the better bands playing that particular style at the moment. I like the clean vocalist quite a bit.

    9 Sep 8:02am Reply
  • CHASINGXGHOSTS

    v How are Palisades? They follow me on Twitter and my friend has told me about them but I've never bothered to check them out.

    9 Sep 1:43am Reply
  • TDcore

    @bobo9390: Seriously bro, I respect you so much, but I gotta say. The reason a lot of people didn't (and don't) like Attack Attack isn't because of synth, but because of horridly over-produced unclean vocals and pathetic lyrics. That and bands like ISS, Palisades, LMTF etc, perfected the use of synthetics in hardcore/metal, whereas AA sounded fairly awful because their mixing was crap.

    8 Sep 8:05pm Reply
  • bobo9390

    Back in 08 they were considered a laughingstock to most people seriously involved in the scene. Nowadays, that sound is prevalent and no one really bats an eye. I See Stars, Palisades, Everyone Dies In Utah, Like Moths To Flames, newer Memphis May Fire, The Word Alive, Fail Emotions, Ice Nine Kills, Secrets and For All Those Sleeping have all gone in that direction in the last couple years.

    8 Sep 7:19pm Reply
  • bobo9390

    v The first Attack Attack full length is probably the most influential scenecore/mall post hardcore album of the last decade, except for maybe something by Underoath or Alexisonfire. It's not a coincidence that damn near half of the bands to make it big in the scene since then have incorporated synths and/or EDM influenced breakdowns into their music. So yeah, I'd say it's worth considering a legitimate genre at this point. Attack Attack were pioneers.

    8 Sep 7:15pm Reply
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