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.
idobi Radio is proud to announce we will be sponsoring the 2014 South By South What festival in Grand Prairie, TX. The event takes place March 14-16th at Quik Trip Park. The full lineup has been revealed including appearances by Taking Back Sunday, The Used, The Story So Far, Bring Me The Horizon, Between The […]
A Day To Remember have launched the Self Help festival, taking place in San Bernandino, CA next March.
Bring Me The Horizon are going on a headlining US tour this coming spring with Of Mice and Men! Watch a video from the frontmen and check out the dates to catch a show!
The side project of talented UK rockers Enter Shikari is responsible for the newest Bring Me The Horizon remix. The band posted a remixed version of “Can You Feel My Heart” today, and it totally rules.
Bring Me The Horizon have released a music video for the track “Can You Feel My Heart” off their album Sempiternal.
Listen to Rock The Walls with Patrick Walford Tonight at 8pmET featuring Interviews with Bring Me The Horizon, The Chariot, Skip The Foreplay, and Like Moths To Flames. Listen for free on idobi Radio’s app, available on iTunes, Google Play, and Windows Store.
Bring Me The Horizon are streaming “Antivist” off of their record Sempiternal – take a listen by clicking “Read More.”