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Bring Me The Horizon’s Oli Sykes proclaims “rock is alive” as he delivers emotional speech at All Points East

Bring Me The Horizon's Oli Sykes delivered an emotional speech during the band's headline performance at London's All Points East festival, one that brought the frontman to tears as he admitted that rock isn't dead after all. Read more: The Big Read: Bring Me The Horizon: “We never say die” In January, Bring Me The Horizon sat down with NME for its...

Here are the stage times for Bring Me The Horizon’s day at All Points East

All Points East
The stage times for tomorrow’s (May 31) leg of All Points East, headlined by Bring Me The Horizon, have been revealed. Read more: The Big Read - Bring Me The Horizon: "We never say die" The Sheffield rock band will close out the festival with a two-hour performance on the East Stage, kicking off at 9pm. They will be preceded by...

A few pretty big surprises have appeared on the full Glastonbury 2019 line-up

With today's announcement of the full line-up with stage times for Glastonbury 2019, a number of surprise artist additions have appeared. With Stormzy, The Killers and The Cure topping the Pyramid Stage, Tame Impala, Chemical Brothers, Christine & The Queens, Interpol, The Streets, Wu-Tang Clan, Janelle Monae are among the other stage's headliners with hundreds of other acts confirmed. Most of the...

Bring Me The Horizon are already discussing ideas for their next album

Bring Me The Horizon say that they're already thinking about their next album only four months after 'Amo' was released. The band's sixth album arrived in January 2019 to widespread acclaim, with NME's five star review hailing it as "an odyssey of diversity in sound". However, frontman Oli Sykes says that the band are already looking to the future – and...

Sleeping With Sirens lead new additions to Bring Me The Horizon’s All Points East line-up

Sleeping With Sirens have led the new additions to Bring Me The Horizon's huge headline show at All Points East festival later this month. The hardcore heroes will join an impressive line-up that includes the likes of Architects, IDLES, Yonaka, Run The Jewels and Alice Glass on May 31. You can buy all remaining tickets here. Frontman Kellin Quinn said of...

Bring Me The Horizon reveal huge plans for their All Points East festival slot

Bring Me The Horizon have revealed more details about their headline slot at All Point's East in May. Read More: The Big Read: Bring Me The Horizon: “We never say die” The event, taking place at London's Victoria Park on May 31, will be the band's first headline festival slot. To mark the occasion, the band have revealed that they...

Mad Cool 2019 announce impressive line-up for their Welcome Party

Mad Cool have announced the line-up for its 2019 Welcome Party, featuring the likes of Bring Me The Horizon, Lykke Li, Metronomy, Rosalia, and many more. With an already impressive bill, the Madrid event in July will welcome the likes of The Cure, The National, Iggy Pop, The 1975, Vampire Weekend, Bon Iver, Robyn, Sharon Van Etten, Yonaka, The Gossip,...

Bring Me The Horizon, Vampire Weekend and Billie Eilish lead new acts for BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend 2019

A whole new raft of acts have been announced for Radio 1's Big Weekend 2019, as the line-up for the free festival grows ever stronger. It was confirmed last month that Middlesbrough will play host to the event this year, with an impressive bill led by Miley Cyrus, The 1975 and Mumford & Sons. Now, it's been announced that they'll be joined by...

Bring Me The Horizon’s Lee Malia once scored a horror film

Bring Me The Horizon's Lee Malia
Bring Me The Horizon guitarist Lee Malia has spoken about the experience of writing the score for a 2017 horror film. The Canadian production Pyewacket was released just under two years ago, but the movie has received an unexpected boost in popularity following recent comments Malia made about working on the project. Read more: The Big Read - Bring Me The Horizon:...

Bring Me The Horizon cancel tour dates after Oli Sykes ruptures vocal cord

Bring Me The Horizon have cancelled their remaining US tour dates after Oli Sykes ruptured his right vocal cord. The Big Read: Bring Me The Horizon: "We never say die" The band had two dates on their current run left - in Phoenix tonight (February 15) and in Las Vegas tomorrow (16). Earlier today, Sykes shared the bad news with fans,...