A lot of life has happened in the past ten years. Just think about everything that has consumed the world since 2005—graduations, weddings, the rise of the smartphone, and an entire language understood only by twelve year olds (**insert fourteen emoticons to thank Instagram here**).
idobi photographer Maysa Askar caught Bring Me The Horizon at Hard Rock in Orlando, FL.
Today is World Suicide Prevention Day. As a scene, we have always been more inclined to be open about mental health, and more understanding towards those who are depressed, anxious, or suffer from any and all mental health issues. It is important that we take the opportunity today to share this outlook with the rest of the world.
The Alternative Press Music Awards is making its second annual appearance this year in Cleveland on July 22nd. Because I grew up in Cleveland, I had the privilege of watching many of this year’s APMAs nominees perform live early on in their careers. Some of these bands have been a part of my life since […]
Reading and Leeds has announced the final 70 bands to fill out the 2015 lineup, which includes Bring Me The Horizon, Mumford and Sons, All Time Low, Modern Baseball, and more.
Reading and Leeds festival has announced over 70 more bands for its lineup next year. Artists include: Bring Me The Horizon, All Time Low, Slaves, Neck Deep, New Found Glory, Panic! At The Disco, headliner The Libertines, and many more. The festival takes place in August from the 28th-30th in each city. Tickets are on […]
2014 is officially a wrap! Thanks for tuning into idobi Radio this year whether it was during Warped idobi Radio, the Alternative Press Music Awards, one of your favorite radio shows, or just to listen to great music. On New Year’s Eve we originally broadcasted the idobi Radio Top 40 of 2014 hosted by Eddie […]
Bring Me The Horizon are streaming a new song called “Don’t Look Down” from the upcoming re-score of the film, Drive.
Bring Me The Horizon have released their new song “Drown.” The song is available on a 7″ picture record, which is due out December 7th.
Even if you’re convinced that a band changing their sound is the worst thing that’s ever happened to you, it’s perfectly natural for someone’s music to develop and shift from album to album. But every once in a while, those shifts are so dramatic that the early work ends up sounding like it was released by an entirely different band than the more recent material.
While it does boast one of the most impressive festival lineups of the year, Riot Fest isn’t just about the music — it’s also home to the most punk rock carnival around. And as we prepare ourselves for the wild ride of this year’s fest, we asked ourselves a question that few have dared to ask before: what if the artists playing this year’s Riot Fest were carnival attractions?
How do you transform a tantalizing metalcore song into an eerie lullaby without losing an ounce of the emotion or the intensity? If we’re talking “Sleepwalking” by the scene-dominating British band Bring Me The Horizon, the only way is to have This Wild Life cover it.
A Day To Remember have announced the Parks & Devastation Tour, featuring special guests Bring Me The Horizon and Chiodos.
The lineup for the Toronto edition of this year’s Riot Fest has been revealed, featuring headlining sets from City & Colour, Metric, The National, and more.