Bring Me The Horizon are redefining modern metal as we know it.
It’s not often scene kids, screamo fans and metal-heads can agree on a band, but after their explosive rise in popularity, Bring Me The Horizon have cemented themselves as the dominant force in the scene. No where was this more evident than when they exploded on to the Australian charts debuting at No.1 with their latest album ‘There Is A Hell Believe Me I’ve Seen It, There Is A Heaven Let’s Keep It A Secret‘. "For all its bluster, ‘There Is A Hell…. is the sound of a remarkable band establishing themselves as one of the finest of their generation." – Rock Sound
The Amity Affliction has created the kind of buzz that you just cannot fake and the noise is about to get a whole lot louder. Upon releasing their sophomore album ‘Youngbloods‘ in June this year, The Amity Affliction shocked the Australian mainstream by debuting at #6 on the Charts. With their infectious mix of metallic riffage and punk rock swagger the boys will be bringing their party antics to this brutal Sidewave bill, asserting why they are "more original, genuine, catchy, heavy and consistent than any other similar act, domestic or international." – Kill Your Stereo
Hailing from the UK, Asking Alexandria have been breaking out of the underground music scene with a sound that is both heavy and hard-hitting, yet catchy and melodic. Combining hardcore music with European Trance, soft contagious melodies and a sound more mature than just your average play by numbers hardcore outfit, Asking Alexandria are here, and they are here to stay. "Danny is truly a talented live vocalist… their nearly hour-long set was intense, entertaining, and just as tongue-in-cheek as ‘Stand Up and Scream‘ proves to be." – Metal Music
With the Melbourne sideshow now sold out, the unbeatable bill of Bring Me The Horizon, The Amity Affliction and Asking Alexandria will be delivering their intensive live sets to a Sydney all-ages show at UNSW Roundhouse on Tuesday 1 March.
Tickets on sale Friday January 17 at 9:00am.
The band’s previously announced Melbourne sidewave with the same line up is now sold out.