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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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  • Mary-Bunny

    Смените фотку обратно чтоль

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  • bobo9390

    I had a bizarre conversation with someone last night. They told me they used to like BMTH, but then the "fangirls" killed if for them. That made a few questions immediately pop into my head. How does a fanbase of a band make the band's musical output decline in quality? How in the world could you perceive people giving a band you enjoy attention and money as a bad thing? Unless you're concerned with image above tunes, I can't grasp how the age or gender of band's key demographic is relevant to anything about enjoying them. The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, and Nirvana all had plenty of "fangirls" in their day, but history usually forgets the people who whine about it pretty quickly.

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  • TDcore

    Lord, am I sorry I mentioned that Bieber jackoff. WHAT HAS I DONE?!

    yesterday afternoon Reply
  • Scars16

    how very mature

    Yesterday 9:29am Reply
  • Malyarok

    ну и хуйня

    Yesterday 8:10pm Reply
  • app0thels

    Sempiternal = shit.

    21 Jul 5:03pm Reply
  • Scars16

    C'mon, Linkin Park is years behind BMTH is terms of a sound production. I'm not one of the multiple haters they have but there's good reason they get that much hate. Not to mention how obnoxious they sound in interviews. Back to Bring Me the Horizon: I've met a shitload of fans who adore both Bieber and suchlike and BMTH and all they comment on when it comes to BMTH is Oli's good looks. That is where all the negative comments below come from. No fucking way you could call Bieber's music 'good'. He can sing, yes, but his songs are terrible.

    21 Jul 3:10pm Reply
  • MaximumPezcore

    I wasn't comparing BMTH fans to BMTH haters. If BMTH's fanbase mainly consists of people who jump at the chance to call each other posers or fakers, then they really aren't any better than the people who hate on the band at all, because they're hating on fellow fans. It isn't even that hard to understand teenage girls liking BMTH since their last album was so accessible. It wasn't like a Cattle Decapitation album or anything for God's sake, it was similar to Linkin Park if any band comparison can be made.

    20 Jul 8:20pm Reply
  • bobo9390

    My favorite genre is pop punk, emphasis on the pop. Stuff like blink 182, Every Avenue, and the such. My other favorite besides that is probably death metal stuff like Mortician, Malevolent Creation, and Monstrosity. People who consider all pop music worthless are as idiotic as people who consider all underground music automatically more credible. I don't know about everyone else, but I listen to music for the sound. Paying attention to band image, fanbase demographic, popularity, or genre of a band is all completely pointless regardless of whether you're praising or condemning it, and is an easy way to become too comfortable in a particular genre or scene. Sounds terrible to me.

    20 Jul 7:29pm Reply
  • bobo9390

    HAHAHA you're delusional if you think BMTH fans are more intolerable than BMTH detractors. The main arguments I often hear about BMTH are that their image is lame and they aren't metal. Thing is, there's no rule book saying you have to have a tough, burly image if you make heavy music. There's also no rule saying if you make heavy music, it has to be metal. People need to keep their genre traditions out of arguments because it's all irrelevant to me.

    20 Jul 7:22pm Reply
  • MaximumPezcore

    And furthermore, saying someone is a "poser" or "faker" makes BMTH look like they have a really intolerable fanbase.

    20 Jul 12:51am Reply
  • MaximumPezcore

    BMTH isn't some kvlt black metal band from Norway, you can like them and like a pop artist. You're acting like I must be a poser for listening to bands like Pig Destroyer and Cattle Decapitation if I like a pop artist, or if I was a female who also liked a pop artist. That is pretty damn sexist if we're being honest.

    20 Jul 12:46am Reply
  • TDcore

    @MaximumPezcore: Citing facts from tons of "fans" that I've met. But hey, this is the BMTH page, let's stop talking about that faker. Sorry I even mentioned him...

    19 Jul 7:03pm Reply
  • HaHaHaYoureDead

    тупое говно, хотя и не настолько как suicide silence

    19 Jul 12:18pm Reply
  • MaximumPezcore

    @TDcore, do you know her? I'm just curious where you're citing facts for one specific girl.

    19 Jul 1:12am Reply
  • hamitic

    Yes, because pop music fans can't enjoy Bieber's music without loving him.

    19 Jul 12:46am Reply
  • TDcore

    &MaximumPezcore: Not being sexist. It's just a known fact that anyone who likes JB doesn't know jack about music. Got nothing against pop. There's some great pop artists out there. JB isn't one of them. So by those standards she's NOT listening to it for the music. She can be imagining his face etc. as she listens. My point is..NO ONE likes JB for the "music". After all, repeating "Swag, I got swag shawty" over and over is not music. But hey, at least she listens to good stuff too.

    18 Jul 8:46pm Reply
  • bobo9390

    My post wasn't sexist at all. Teenage boys do the same thing, but for different reasons. I don't dwell much on it though. If you're going to give bands I enjoy money, I don't care what your reason for being a fan is.

    18 Jul 7:58am Reply
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