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Bring Me The Horizon has stepped up their stage performance and presentation and it really shows. On stage dancers, pyro, uniforms, and a lot of lighting. It really feels like BMTH has come out swinging and the men are reinvigorated. Day three of Welcome To Rockville was in for a surprise with everything that BMTH brought.

Hearing songs range from “The House Of Wolves” to opening with “MANTRA”, it proved to me that Bring Me The Horizon are able to mature while still able to perform the hits. I admit that I wasn’t crazy about the band’s latest album Amo, but hearing the songs live made a better impression on me and the music is infectious in a live setting.

The last time I heard Oli Sykes sing live in 2017, he was having serious throat/voice issues. In 2019 it sounded like he was back in form and could deliver on multiple levels. It’s good to hear him doing well.

Bring Me The Horizon is going on tour through the US this summer as well as making festival appearances. You can find more info on their Facebook page here: Bring Me The Horizon on Facebook

Click on any image below to view the photos. Scroll below the gallery to watch the music video for “Wonderful Life”.

Bring Me the Horizon (often abbreviated as BMTH) are an English rock band formed in Sheffield in 2004. The group consists of lead vocalist Oliver Sykes, guitarist Lee Malia, bassist Matt Kean, drummer Matt Nicholls and keyboardist Jordan Fish.

They are signed to RCA Records globally and Columbia Records exclusively in the United States. The style of their early work, including their debut album Count Your Blessings, has been described primarily as deathcore, but they started to adopt a more eclectic style of metalcoreon later albums.

Furthermore, their fifth album That’s the Spirit marked a shift in their sound to less aggressive rock music styles.[ In addition, their sixth album Amo saw a shift into different genres, such as electronicapop and hip hop.