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Bring Me The Horizon

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Cardiff Motorpoint Arena


Known for their unique, constantly evolving sound originally rooted in death-metal and melodic metal-core, Bring Me the Horizon oozes energy and has enjoyed a steady ride to fame. Consisting of vocalist Ollie Sykes, guitarist Lee Malia, bassit Matt Kean, drummer Matt Nicholls and keyboardist Jordan Fish, Bring Me the Horizon have gained a loyal fan-base over the years and sold out arenas with their high-energy, legendary shows.

Formed in 2004 in Sheffield, Bring Me Horizon first broke into the music arena with their debut album Count Your Blessings in 2006. Their second album, Suicide Season (2008), appealed to a wider audience which led to the release of several more albums, including That’s the Spirit in 2015 which debuted at Number two in the UK albums chart.

In anticipation of their most recent release, Post Human: Survival Horror, which has been regarded as one of their most creative and boundary-pushing releases yet, Bring Me the Horizon have announced an extensive UK tour from 2021.

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Who is in Bring Me the Horizon?

Bring Me the Horizon consists of band members Ollie Sykes, Lee Malia, Matt Kean, Matt Nicholls and Jordan Fish.

What genre of music is Bring Me the Horizon?

Originally considered a death metal and death-core band, Bring Me the Horizon's sound has changed over the years and is now considered more electronic rock/electronic metal.

What are Bring me the Horizon's biggest hit?

Bring me the Horizon's biggest hits are Throne, Drone, Follow You, Happy Song, Can You Feel My Heart as well as many other popular songs.

Where did Bring Me the Horizon form?

Bring me the Horizon formed in Sheffield.

When did Bring me the Horizon form?

Bring Me the Horizon formed in 2004.

What are Bring me the Horizon's main albums?

Bring Me the Horizon's main albums are Amo (2019), Sempiternal (2013), That's the Spirit (2015), Suicide Season (2008), Count Your Blessings (2006).

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Cardiff Motorpoint Arena

Mary Ann St, Cardiff CF10 2EQ, United Kingdom, Cardiff1

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