Bring Me The Horizon drummer Mat Nicholls has made a surprise guest appearance on BBC Breakfast.
The sticksman turned up on the show to give some support to weatherman Owain Wyn Evans, who is currently training for a 24-hour drumathon for Children In Need.
In the clip, which you can watch below, Nicholls surprises Wyn Evans, who admits to being a massive BMTH fan, on set.
When asked how he thought Wyn Evans was doing in training, Nicholls replied: “I think he’s doing well, I think advice everyone has give you is good. Take it steady.”
— BBC Breakfast (@BBCBreakfast) October 21, 2021
Footage also recently surfaced of Wyn Evans performing BMTH’s ‘Kingslayer’.
You don’t see enough rock/metal played in a three piece suit dahlings 💅🏻 Join me for a quick tap-ette on the percussive princess to some @bmthofficial & @BABYMETAL_JAPAN 🥁 Good morning! xxx #Kingslayer #DrumCover pic.twitter.com/Cdw2CRpHPY
— Owain Wyn Evans (@OwainWynEvans) August 23, 2021
They have just finished up a huge UK arena tour in support of their new single ‘DiE4u’, the first part of the follow-up to 2020’s acclaimed ‘POST HUMAN: SURVIVAL HORROR‘ EP and mini album – with another record in the ‘POST HUMAN’ series to follow in early 2022.
Reviewing their recent show at The O2 in London, NME wrote: “Tonight was the moment they proved they could headline the big rooms and major festivals with the best of them.
“It’s shit like this that makes me think we’re in a simulation,” says Sykes as the crowd roar, hailing the show as a “dream come true” for him as and his mates to go from “nobody kids” to smashing The O2. We are ascending.”