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If a band stands for a blatant change, then it is probably the band around Oli Sykes - Bring Me The Horizon. The guys from Sheffield have developed a sound in the last few years that is second to none. Oliver Sykes, Lee Malia, Matt Kean, Matt Nicholls and Jordan Fish belong to the top of the metalcore scene.
The BMTH Sound explodes in your face and hits you with relentless guitar riffs and catchy melodies. It all started with the deathcore heavy album 'Count Your Blessings', which was a complete success.
Bring Me The Horizon did not rest after their first album and two years later they followed up with 'Suicide Season', which was released via Epitaph Records. In October 2010 BMTH released 'There Is a Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It. There Is a Heaven, Let's Keep It A Secret', with newcomer Jona Weinhofen in particular demonstrating his skills on the album.
But are you surprised? Jona has previously played guitar for I Killed The Prom Queen and Bleeding Through. Blistering sounds and a track with Architects singer Sam Carter in the song 'The Sadness Will Never End' makes the album perfect. To top it off the band won a Kerrang Award - for best album in 2010 - an award which, in our opinion, was absolutey deserved.
Shortly before the fourth album 'Sempiternal', Weinhofen left the band because of internal disagreements. But that was not the only change at BMTH: with their album 'Sempiternal' the British group developed an amazing sound. New band member and keyboardist Jordan Fish had a significant influence on this.
As soon as the first single 'Shadow Moses' was released, it was clear that the album sounds had departed from their usual sound. But if you think that 'Sempiternal' was already a change in direction then you should listen to the fifth album 'That's The Spirit'.
That's the spirit
Bring Me The Horizon already released the singles 'Drown', 'Don't Look Back', 'Happy Song' and 'Throne' from the album beforehand. With 'That's The Spirit', Bring Me The Horizon have again managed to develop a unique sound - a catchy album but still with the usual BMTH hardness.
And Sykes and Co. have not only developed thier music. Performances at the Wembley Arena or a joint appearance with an orchestra in the Royal Albert Hall proved that Bring Me The Horizon have developed into an unbeatable live band as well - we take our hats off to them.
Bring Me The Horizon fan merch in the EMP online shop
So much variety and individuality must of course be celebrated appropriately. With EMP you get a lot of Bring Me The Horizon Merch in one place. For example, wrap yourself up for the next concert with a Bring Me The Horizon t-shirt or complete your record collection with Bring Me The Horizon albums.
No matter your style - with us you will find the right Bring Me The Horizon Merch for your everyday life, for the next festival or for the next concert.