Bring Me The Horizon

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Bring Me the Horizon are a British metalcore band from Sheffield, Yorkshire. Formed in 2004, the group consists of lead vocalist Oliver Sykes, lead guitarist Lee Malia, rhythm guitarist Jona Weinhofen, bassist Matt Kean and drummer Matt Nicholls. They are currently signed to RCA in the UK, Epitaph Records in the US and to Shock Records in Australia. Their music has been said to be influenced diversely by grindcore, death metal and emo. While their
earlier work is noted for its strong influence from American metalcore bands, they started to adopt a more eclectic style of metalcore in future releases. They have released three studio albums and one extended play.

The band released their debut album Count Your Blessings on 30 October 2006 in the UK. Their second album, Suicide Season was released 29 September 2008, while a remix of the album titled Suicide Season: Cut Up! was released a year later in November. Prior to the release of the special edition of Suicide Season: Cut Up!, founding rhythm guitarist Curtis Ward left the band due to commitment issues. He was later replaced with Jona Weinhofen, formerly of I Killed the Prom Queen. Bring Me the Horizon's third studio album There Is a Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It. There Is a Heaven, Let's Keep It a Secret.

The band has been said to be influenced diversely by grindcore, death metal and emo and cites American metalcore bands like Norma Jean and Poison the Well as influences on their earlier music. But as their sound developed they took influence from heavy metal bands like At The Gates and Pantera, progressive rock bands like Pink Floyd and Dire Straits and from dubstep. Bring Me the Horizon has been recognized by critics as playing mainly within the genres metalcore and deathcore and have been considered as post-hardcore, hardcore punk, and technical metal.Common traits of their music is their use of technical guitar riffs, dark lyrics, heavy breakdowns and gang vocals. The band's first album Count Your Blessings, was mainly regarded as a deathcore album upon it's release. Deathcore is a fusion of influences from metalcore and death metal. The bands own personal European melodic death metal influence and the use of black metal-styled vocals, "slow-and-heavy" breakdowns and blast beats define this album. The band started to adopt a more eclectic style with their second studio album Suicide Season. Creating a sound which has been described as being closer to mainstream rock than their debut album. Oliver Sykes described the album as "100% different to Count Your Blessings" and that the album sounds "more rock than metal". As the band's sound has developed further away from their death metal and deathcore style. With the bands third album There Is a Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It. There Is a Heaven, Let's Keep It a Secret. They developed their sound with the preference for more ambitious production feats, by incorporating electronica, classical music and pop sounds into their metalcore style. They incorporated glitched out vocals and breakdowns and toned down on the abundant use of breakdowns in their style, favouring quiet atmospheric passages in song breaks. Jona Weinhofen spoke out about how both he and Lee Malia developed affection for post-rock bands such as Explosions in the Sky and This Will Destroy You.

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