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Bring Me The Horizon Deliver Unforgettable Performance At Tuska 2024 Festival

Bring Me The Horizon are making their European festival tour truly unforgettable. Fresh from a memorable appearance in Germany, where frontman Oliver Sykes brought his dad, Ian, onstage, the band took their theatrics up a notch in Helsinki this past weekend.

During their performance at Tuska 2024, the band fully embraced the festival’s heavy metal spirit by donning corpse paint. Tuska, renowned as Finland’s epicenter for all things metal, provided the perfect backdrop for this transformation. The event’s Instagram account revealed that Tuska had its own team on-site, specializing in creating the perfect corpse look for attendees and artists alike.

“In the festival area, you can refresh your own corpse masks at the Tuska Expo’s loft in Kattilahalli by Ulottuvuusmatkat Oy,” Tuska posted. “The same team also created the stage make-up for Bring Me The Horizon, so the merits are in order.”

This collaboration added an extra layer of metal authenticity to Bring Me The Horizon‘s performance, cementing their reputation as a band that goes above and beyond to connect with the festival’s unique atmosphere.

Check out some of the pictures and footage below:

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Oliver Sykes’ Dad Joined Bring Me The Horizon On Stage To Perform ‘Antivist’

Last weekend, at their headliner spot, Bring Me The Horizon brought out a very special guest to join them for their performance of Antivist.

Frontman Oliver Sykes‘ dad, Ian Sykes, came walking on stage to perform the 2013 Sempiternal track. “Help him out – he’s a little nervous… Make some noise for the coolest dad in the world!”, Oli said.

Throughout this year, Bring Me The Horizon have elevated their live performances of Antivist with various guest appearances. Notable moments include Bad Omens’ Noah Sebastian joining them during their January UK tour and Sleep Token’s IV performing with them in Australia.

Check out a fan-filmed video of the performance below and let us know what you think!

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Bring Me The Horizon Release New Video For ‘Top 10 staTues tHat CriEd bloOd’

Bring Me The Horizon just dropped a new video for their song Top 10 staTues tHat CriEd bloOd from their album POST HUMAN: NeX GEn. The video is packed with cool stuff like lightsabers, robots, and motorbikes

Frontman Oliver Sykes had the following to say about the song and video:

“Statues dives deeper into the world of post human. The video continues the exploration of what it means to be human in an age where technology can alter our very nature and gives keen eyed fans more lore to dive into and discuss on their quest for uncovering the full Post Human lore.”

Check out the video below to see for yourself and join the conversation about what it means to be human in today’s high-tech world.

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Bring Me The Horizon’s New Album ‘POST HUMAN: NeX GEn’ Drops Tonight

Get ready to “ascend” with Bring Me The Horizon, as their highly anticipated new album is about to drop.

The band has just announced that POST HUMAN: NeX GEn will be released at midnight. After being delayed since last August, fans now have just a few hours to wait until the album is finally here.

Alongside the announcement, the band shared a futuristic teaser video, likely featuring music from the new album. They wrote, “BMTH invites you to Ascend!+ POST HUMAN: NeX GEn [out midnight 24.05].”

Prepare yourself for an extraordinary musical experience as Bring Me The Horizon unveil their latest creation.

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Oliver Sykes Joins Daine Onstage On BMTH’s Australian Tour Opener

Last night, Melbourne’s John Cain Arena was set ablaze with the performance of SALT by daine and Bring Me The Horizon‘s Oliver Sykes. The collaboration, which marked the commencement of Bring Me The Horizon‘s expansive Australian tour, was part of daine’s opening set and set a high bar for the evening’s festivities.

The tour, anticipated to be one of the highlights of 2024, also includes performances by Make Them Suffer and Sleep Token.

SALT, a track released in 2021, holds a special place in the hearts of both artists. Oli Sykes has previously hailed it as his “favorite collaboration so far,”. Melbourne’s own alternative music star, daine, shared the sentiment, describing the experience of performing alongside the Bring Me The Horizon frontman as the “best moment of my life” in a heartfelt tweet post-concert.

Audience members and fans who couldn’t make it to the show have been eagerly sharing footage of the performance, capturing the dynamic energy of the two artists on stage.

As the Australian tour continues, anticipation is building not only for the live shows but also for Bring Me The Horizon‘s forthcoming album, POST HUMAN: NeX GEn. The band recently teased the new era, hinting at the imminent “initialisation” of ‘NeX GEn’ and possibly a new single titled YOUTOPIA.

Check out the footage of the performance below and let us know your thoughts!

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Bring Me The Horizon Drop Jaw-Dropping Live Video For ‘Kool-Aid’ Ahead Of New Album

Last month saw the release of Bring Me The Horizon‘s official video for their smash hit Kool-Aid, and now, the band has upped the ante with a live video that’s nothing short of sensational. Filmed during their groundbreaking NX_GN tour earlier this year, this new video pulls out all the stops, offering fans a 360-degree tour-de-force of the concert experience — from the atmosphere on stage to the sea of fans, and not to forget, the jaw-dropping production values that Bring Me The Horizon are known for.

Kool-Aid is a glimpse into the band’s forthcoming album, Post Human: NeX Gen. After a bit of a delay last year, the album is now eagerly awaited for its summer release. Considering the buzz Kool-Aid has already generated, the album is shaping up to be a major milestone for the band.

The NX_GN tour captured in the live video highlights Bring Me The Horizon in all their glory, seamlessly blending metalcore with electronic and rock elements, delivering a show that’s both visually and sonically stunning. It’s a testament to their artistry, showcasing not just their musical evolution but also the incredible connection they share with their audience.

As we edge closer to the release of Post Human: NeX Gen, it’s clear that Bring Me The Horizon are poised to once again shake up the music world.

Check out the new live video below and let us know what you think!