Bring Me the Horizon Schedule
Whether it's the Roseland Theater in Portland, OR, the Showbox at the Market in Seattle,
or any of the other top-tier venues that the Bring Me the Horizon might show up at, this is just one of those bands that you
have to see up close and personal sooner or later if you're a heavy metal fan. Head out and see what all of the excitement
is about by snagging a few seats, which will bring you to the forefront of the action as Bring Me the Horizon looks to rock
the stage once again at a venue near you. Bring Me the Horizon has become an icon of the metal scene for a reason, and it
definitely isn't because he doesn't know how to connect big-time with an energetic live audience.
This is a British
metal band you just can't duplicate anywhere outside of the stands alongside your fellow fans, though that's not something
that you're going to learn sitting on your couch wondering how the concert is getting on. Put down the remote and see for
yourself what has Bring Me the Horizon fans eagerly anticipating each and every one of their major shows as she tours the
country. Once you're there in the stands watching Bring Me the Horizon take to the stage for a highly anticipated show, you'll
definitely understand loud and clear what all the buzz is about.
Bring Me the Horizon Trivia
Did you know
Bring Me the Horizon was heavily influenced by Pink Floyd?
Even though their music is a little harsher than most of
the tunes Pink Floyd was noted for, Bring Me the Horizon still learned quite a bit from the rock legends of yesteryear. Their
album Dark Side of the Moon, influential to many, no doubt made a significant impact on Bring Me the Horizon when they formed,
and you can still catch a bit of Pink Floyd's tinge if you know where to listen when Bring Me the Horizon takes to the stage.
even though there are plenty of reasons to listen to Bring Me the Horizon albums, there is still nothing quite like being
there when they actually take to the stage, as they can rock the house the same way as Pink Floyd did decades ago.
Bring Me the Horizon Background
Bring Me the Horizon first formed in Sheffield, England in 2004 and soon established
their own label, Thirty Days of Night. One year later their debut EP, This Is What the Edge of Your Seat Was Made For was
released and the LP Count Your Blessings followed in 2006. Bring Me the Horizon is comprised of vocalist Oliver Sykes, drummer
Matt Nichols, guitarist Curtis Ward, bassist Matt Keane and guitarist Lee Malia, making for an eclectic set of musicians who
know a thing or two about bringing down the house in front of a live audience.
Bring Me the Horizon Hit Albums
four studio albums, Bring Me the Horizon has plenty of great tunes they could whip out at any point, which is why it's always
a good idea to head out and see what all the excitement is about. Their debut album "Count Your Blessings" made a big mark
in 2006, then it was "Suicide Season" in 2008 and "There is a Hell, Believe Me I've Seen it. There is a Heaven I've Seen It"
in 2010. And finally Sempiternal in 2013, bringing their popularity to a whole different level, heading all the way into the
top five on the U.K. charts. But even though popping on one of their albums is always a good idea, it's a completely different
experience to actually see this talented band in person.
Bring Me the Horizon Concert Experience
has never been a better time to head out to a great concert loaded with moments that you'll be talking about well after it's
over. Sure, there are plenty of ways to listen to music these days, but it's a completely different experience to actually
be there so you can feel the pulse of the crowd and watch your favorite musician take the stage for an unforgettable concert
This world-class metal band knows a things or two about bringing it on stage, making it always a good idea
to put down the remote and head out for a night of music that will have you reaching for the playlist as soon as you get home.
The concert experience is nothing short of unbelievable, as any fan can attest, but it's still something that you have to
get immersed in if you want to truly appreciate. When a great singer like Bring Me the Horizon takes to the stage, the energy
will be nothing short of unbelievable, giving you plenty of reasons to click off the sound system and head out to see it all
happen before your very eyes as Bring Me the Horizon looks to put on yet another great show for her dedicated fan base.