Why See Bring Me the Horizon?
Do you want to start a cult with me?
British hell raisers Bring Me The Horizon are no strangers to controversy. The brash, in-your-face metalcore band make no apologies for their outlandish antics and onstage behaviour and while their blend of emo and deathcore may be divisive, it introduced a whole new generation to metal. 2015 saw the band take a mature direction with the release of That's The Spirit, a triumph of an album that spawned arena-filling tours and critical acclaim. Fast forward to the present and the band are on the road again on the First Love tour, in support of upcoming record Amo (to be released January 11, 2019.)
The quintet's shows are synonymous with high-octane, mosh-put inducing performances that never drop in intensity. Unafraid to mix up genres and styles, their latest work careens from upbeat electronic anthems to bone-shaking and rage-filled manifestos in a heartbeat, and this translates to an exciting and unpredictable live show replete with enough pyrotechnics to put the Olympic Opening Ceremony to shame.
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