We headed to the Sheffield date of Bring Me The Horizon's 'POST HUMAN: SURVIVAL HORROR' tour, check out our photo gallery here.
Bring Me The Horizon are a forward-thinking band, driven by sonic development and innovation. Within their first few bodies of work, from debut album 'Count Your Blessings' to fourth full-length 'Sempiternal', the quintet largely adhered to their bread and butter sound of full throttle screams and heavy guitars, deeply rooted within the metal and rock scene. However, the LP’s and EP’s that were to follow found Bring Me bring musically defying elements into their soundscape, applying an array of styles such as dance, electronica, hip-hop and pop into their fresh contemporary catalogue and more modern, melodic method of making music. Now a short ten months since the Sheffield band's last EP, 'Music to Listen to', their colossal nine-track collaborative project 'POST HUMAN: SURVIVAL HORROR' is set to shake up the unpredictable direction Bring Me The Horizon take once more.
The single was written by frontman Oli Sykes and fellow band member Jordan Fish, through a series of video calls and remote recording during lockdown
Las Vegas, the city known for its monumental buildings, 24-hour casinos and spellbinding lights is also home to Las Rageous, which descended upon the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center last month for two days of rock and metal. We ventured across the pond for our very first Las Rageous and came back with some unforgettable memories, including hard-hitting headline performances from Bring Me The Horizon and Rob Zombie.
Later this month rock and metal fans will descend upon Downtown Las Vegas Events Center for the annual Las Rageous. Year on year the festival is renowned for featuring some of the hottest names in alternative music, and 2019 is set to be their biggest yet. We've chosen some of our favourite acts on the line-up for our must-see feature, read on to find out who made the cut!