LaPlante and Sykes sing remarkably well together - LaPlante holds her own in the solo verses of Nihilist Blues and the pair serves a rave/breakdown.
The thrilling number is anchored by wicked production values and a ferocity that's been missing in recent Bring Me The Horizon tracks.
"There was only two shows that we played with me and Jordan in the band together.”
LosT arrives a month before the band’s special headlining slot at Download 20 on Friday, 9 June.
"I cannot believe Fall Out Boy is touring with Bring Me The Horizon in the year 2023".
If you can find a band that has THAT MANY SINGLES and bangers from a catalogue that they only drew on the last 8 years (!!!), then I will be STUNNED.
"I'm not just a shouter, I'm a singer too and I'm going to do what it takes to get to the finals."
"We’ve got plans and windows we’re working with to keep [new music] moving forwards, but it’s hard, especially since most of our guys have families now. There’s real life to contend with, as well."
The UK band, who were recently announced as Good Things Festival headliners have dropped word that they will be releasing a new track 'sTraNgeRs' on 6th July!
There was unprecedented demand for tickets this morning when the Early Bird Tickets for Good Things Festival 2022 went on sale - and the festival and Oztix have released a statement to purchasers and punters.
HELL, it's been what, 2 hours since the line-up dropped? LET'S TALK. Already, we have our top 10 picks for what will likely be the highlights of the day - and WE WANT TO LET YOU KNOW.
Well, hot damn! Good Things Festival 2022 has officially dropped the line-up for December 2022 tour dates in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne - and straight up, we have headliners who have dropped two of the biggest rock and metal records in the past few years, we've got punk royalty, we've got bands re-forming to play classic material, and a tonne of Aussie acts to round it out, all that and more - YA LOVE TO SEE IT!
'I don't wanna spend another day, looking for somebody I can't replace'
You wish you were there.
Bring me the stadiums.
To a contemporary audience, they are a band that needs no introduction. Killyourstereo.com sat down with Bring Me the Horizon's Matt Kean and Lee Malia ahead of Melbourne's Soundwave to discuss touring, the band's new album and the addition of new members.
Love them or hate them, Bring Me The Horizon are pretty much the biggest name in heavy music right now. Having released their new album “There Is A Hell, Believe Me I’ve Seen It. There Is A Heaven, Let’s Keep It A Secret” which topped the ARIA charts, the boys have returned to Australian shores once again to tear up Soundwave festival. We caught up with bassist Matt Nicholls to discuss stealing gumball machines, Def Leppard and creepy haunted houses.
More than just V-Necks and chest tats.
Interesting, but unsuccessful venture…