primary-BMTH-bring-me-the-horizon-714341_563_378Genre: Deathcore
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Bring Me the Horizon began in 2004 with members of many defunct bands from around their local area.[5][6] They acquired their name based on a line taken from the film Pirates of the Caribbean, in which Captain Jack Sparrow shouts “Now… Bring me that horizon[2] After slightly altering the original line, by simply changing ‘that’ to ‘the’, Bring Me the Horizon then became the official name of the band.

They are currently signed to Visible Noise Records, but were originally signed to Thirty Days of Night Records and were the first band to be signed to that label. The band are also signed to Epitaph Records in the USA and to Shock Records in Australia. They have toured in the past with bands such as Lostprophets, The Blackout[7]; Killswitch Engage and The Haunted[8]. They performed a headlining tour of the UK during March and April 2007 with the now defunct metalcore band I Killed the Prom Queen. They played Download Festival 2007 in June also with Iron Maiden, Slayer, and others.[9]

They also played the North American leg of the tour, including a guest appearance Travis McCoy from Gym Class Heroes on August 6 in Calgary. He joined Oli in chanting the start of their song Diamonds Aren’t Forever.

In November 2007 they toured on the Australian leg of Gigantour, playing three dates. They returned to Australia in May/June 2008, appearing on I Killed The Prom Queen’s final ever tour.

Bring Me the Horizon had been writing and recording a second studio album over the beginning of 2008. They had been in Sweden recording the album throughout April and May with Fredrik Nordstr??m, who has worked with bands such as At The Gates, Arch Enemy, I Killed The Prom Queen and Dimmu Borgir. The album was released on September 29, 2008. Suicide Season is completely different to previous album Count Your Blessings, having a more metalcore vibe to it, similar to the debut EP release, This Is What The Edge Of Your Seat Was Made For[citation needed]

The band  embarked on their first headline tour of the USA, as well as appearing in the 2008 Warped Tour. Bring Me the Horizon are also joined Mindless Self Indulgence, In Case Of Fire, Black Tide and Dir en grey on the Kerrang! and Relentless 2009 UK tour.

The band’s third album debuted at number 17 on the Billboard 200 in the US,[8] number 13 on the UK Album Chart,[9] and number 1 on the Australian Albums Chart,[10] the UK Rock Chart[11] and the UK Indie Chart.[12] Despite reaching number 1 in Australia, the album’s sales of 3,600 they gained to get there, is the lowest in the history of the ARIA charts.[13]

The band’s frontman Oli Sykes will be featured on pop rock/alternative rock band You Me At Six’s upcoming third record on the track titled “Just Forget”.

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