Bring Me The Horizon’s Jordan Fish: “We’re Kind Of ‘False Metal’”

During a recent interview with NME at the 2019 Glastonbury Festival, Bring Me The Horizon’s Jordan Fish was asked if the band feel like they need to fly the metal flag at non-metal/rock festivals like Glastonbury. He responded with the following:

“We’re not really a metal band as such. We’re kind of ‘false metal’. So I don’t think we’re… We’re not really accepted by the metal community I don’t reckon so we’re just kind of doing our own thing I think.”

The group have continued to move further away from their metal roots with their latest album “Amo.”

[via The PRP]

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Bring Me The Horizon Release Cover Of Anohni’s “Drone Bomb Me” & An Acoustic Version Of “Mother Tongue” As Part Of The Spotify Singles Series

Bring Me The Horizon have released a cover of Anohni’s “Drone Bomb Me” and an acoustic version of their track “Mother Tongue” as part of the Spotify Singles series. You can stream those below:

Bring Me The Horizon Joined Onstage By Cradle Of Filth, Architects, & Lotus Eater Members At All Points East Festival

During Bring Me The Horizon’s set at the All Points East festival in London, England last night (May 31), the band were joined onstage by a number of guests including: Cradle Of Filth’s Dani Filth, who performed “Wonderful Life,” Architects’ Sam Carter, who performed “The Sadness Will Never End,“ and Lotus Eater’s Jamie McLees, who performed “Antivist.” You can see footage of all that below:

Bring Me The Horizon Perform “Pray For Plagues” Live For The First Time Since 2014

During Bring Me The Horizon’s May 29 show at The Dome in London, England, the band performed “Pray For Plagues” live for the first time since 2014. You can see fan-filmed footage of that below:

Bring Me The Horizon’s Oli Sykes: “People Could Be Hearing New Music Sooner Rather Than Later”

Bring Me The Horizon barely released their new album “Amo” in January, but it looks like the band are already thinking about writing more new material. Oli Sykes confirmed the news to Kerrang!, while also adding that “people could be hearing new music sooner rather than later.”

Sykes said the following:

“I think we spent a long time on amo – like nearly over a year, The one vibe that is floating around is, ‘Let’s never do that again, it was too long,’ and we’ve kinda got a studio set up on tour now. We’ve started to think about writing and when we want to, and basically never having to get back to the studio and write for six months.

I think this last album is so different to anything we’ve done in the past, we do feel like we’re gaining a lot of fans as well as losing a lot of fans, and we want to give people more to get excited about and do stuff. I guess that last album made us feel like we could literally put anything out; we could go back and write something extremely heavy, or we could write the poppiest song in the world – or a mixture.

[amo] solidified that we are not doing any one thing anymore – we just write the music that we feel. It would be nice to start writing again without the pressure of a date, but we are thinking about it, and quite possibly people could be hearing new music sooner rather than later.”

This news comes after the group recently teased two unreleased songs.

Bring Me Horizon Tease Two Unreleased Songs

Bring Me The Horizon have posted some new clips featuring teasers for two previously unreleased songs apparently titled “You’re My Only Destiny” and “HappySad.” You can check those out below:

[via Kerrang!]