Bring Me The Horizon‘s “Throne” has been used for a new PlayStation advertisement in the UK. You can check that out below:
During an interview with Kerrang!, Bring Me The Horizon’s Oli Sykes offered some information about the band’s next album. He says they have about 30 song ideas and that they are hoping fans will be able to hear some new material before the year’s end. Sykes went on to cite Twenty One Pilots as an inspiration and also said the group “like the idea of breaking into the mainstream.”
Sykes said the following:
“I don’t think any Bring Me The Horizon fan is going to be surprised at this next album sounding different to the last one. I kind of know where I want to go, but it’s also falling into place as we write the thing. We want it to be different and we want to push forward. We like the idea of breaking into the mainstream. We’re not ashamed of that, we don’t see it as selling out. We see it as a great challenge, to make music that can be adored by more people but still retain who we are. That is the goal.”
He also added the following about Twenty One Pilots:
“[They’re] popular and accessible, but without compromising their integrity or who they are. That’s a real challenge now.”
Bring Me The Horizon will be releasing a series of limited edition foil prints of the artwork from releases throughout their discography. They are limited to 150 copies and the first one, which features their 2004 debut EP “This Is What The Edge Of Your Seat Was Made For,“ is already sold out on horizonsupply.co.
A Bring Me The Horizon greatest hits collection called “Bring Me The Horizon 2004-2013” will be released on November 24, via Epitaph. A vinyl version will also be made available on February 9.
01. “Traitors Never Play Hang-man”
02. “Pray For Plagues”
03. “Diamonds Aren’t Forever”
04. “The Sadness Will Never End”
05. “Chelsea Smile”
06. “The Comedown”
07. “Blessed With A Curse”
08. “It Never Ends”
09. “Don’t Go”
10. “Crucify Me”
11. “Shadow Moses”
12. “Go to Hell, For Heaven’s Sake”
13. “Can You Feel My Heart”
Fans that watched the live stream of Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington tribute show at the Hollywood Bowl last night (October 27) were a bit confused by Oli Sykes’ (Bring Me The Horizon) performance of “Crawling,” and actually thought he was lip syncing, but this was not the case. Sykes has since revealed things looked off due to audio from the live rehearsal going out on the stream by mistake. You can read Sykes’ tweets and find fan-filmed footage with the correct audio below:
Mike Shinoda tweeted as well:
You can watch Linkin Park”s full tribute show HERE.
Over a year ago, it was announced that Bring Me The Horizon’s Oli Sykes and Jordan Fish would be climbing Mount Kilimanjaro to help raise money for The Paediatric Intensive Care Unit in Southampton, UK. The trip was very personal for Fish, whose son was treated at the facility for a brain hemorrhage. Now, the climb has been completed with Sykes sharing the following photos:
Bring Me The Horizon have released a limited edition orange & purple swirl vinyl pressing of “That’s The Spirit.” If you’re interested in getting a copy, you can buy it HERE.