Bring Me The Horizon

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

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...

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...

Architects and While She Sleeps join line-up for Bring Me The Horizon’s massive All Points East show

Architects and While She Sleeps are among the new acts added to the already impressive line-up for Bring Me The Horizon's headline show at...

Bring Me The Horizon score their first ever UK Number One album

Bring Me The Horizon have scored their first ever UK Number One album with 'amo'. Read more: The Big Read: Bring Me The Horizon: “We never...

Watch Bring Me The Horizon guide you through new album ‘amo’ track-by-track

"Somehow, that's still an issue for our band," Bring Me The Horizon frontman Oli Sykes tells NME about fans' attitudes towards their ever-changing sound....

NME Radio to host Bring Me The Horizon track-by-track of new album ‘Amo’

Tonight, NME Radio will be hosting a playback of Bring Me The Horizon's new album 'Amo' – complete with an exclusive interview of the...

Bring Me The Horizon – ‘amo’ review

Rock can be a cage in many ways. It’s relatively rare for those from the heavier fringes of the genre to successfully pass through...

Watch Bring Me The Horizon cover Billie Eilish’s ‘When The Party’s Over’

Bring Me The Horizon have offered their own take on Billie Eilish's 'When The Party's Over' – and it sees the rockers going acoustic...

The Big Read: Bring Me The Horizon: “We never say die”

Once the preening band rock fans loved to hate, Sheffield's Bring Me The Horizon are now one of the UK's biggest live draws. In the run up to release of their bold, brilliant and boundary-pushing album ‘Amo’, Andrew Trendell meets them in Reading, Berlin and London to dig into their latest reinvention – shaped by death, divorce and a newfound sense of happiness.

Idles, The 1975, Bring Me The Horizon lead Brit Awards gigs at tiny venues

Idles, The 1975 and Bring Me The Horizon are among a dozen artists playing tiny venues in February in aid of War Child. The gigs...
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