Bring Me The Horizon: Supercharged and Topping Charts

The boys are revamping the metal scene

Screen Shot 2013-10-11 at 2.32.39 PMby Samantha Pereira

Returning with their fourth studio album titled Sempiternal, Bring Me The Horizon – a British-based metalcore band – has been lauded by critics as a band set to define contemporary heavy metal scene. Especially since their first single off the new album, Shadow Moses, was made to release way ahead of its originally planned date because fans (both new and old) were just completely hooked after the track premiered on BBC One radio. 

Formed in 2004, this five-piece band – made up of members from various defunct bands – cites their musical influences from various genres, some of which include death metal, emo and even modern electro music. Over the years their musical style has grown as well, from intense guitar riffs to more heavier rock beats.

Choosing to working closely with the producer – who’s worked with bands like Linkin Park, Deftones and Soundgarden – to produce Sempiternal; all collaborated efforts have definitely paid off, as the band’s latest album is unmistakably career defining with its impressive sales, and rankings across global charts – like topping Australia’s and UK’s music charts.

If you’re looking to catch UK’s beloved metal outfit live, Bring Me The Horizon will be playing in Singapore for the first time at The Coliseum in Singapore Resorts World on 16 October 2013. Tickets can be purchased at all sistic outlets for $88, but purchase them now and will get the early bird price of $78.