Bring Me The Horizon

They’ve been playing since 2004. When deciding on their name, they looked to one Jack Sparrow and his faithful words – “Now… bring me that horizon.” Sound-wise the band has been down a long loud road of genres and guitar styles. From deathcore and melodic metalcore to broadly defined rock music, with a pitstop at nu metal. However, no matter which sound they choose to embody at any given moment, the band has gained quite the popularity and crowds of fans, with two of their studio albums – Sempiternal and That’s the Spirit – going gold in the UK.


The band was formed in 2004 in Sheffield, UK. After only a couple of months, they released their first EP, which shook the metalcore world and the expectations only amassed. in 2006 they released their debut studio album titled “Count Your Blessings”, which placed Bring Me The Horizon at the spearhead of the metalcore revolt. Their third record, “There Is a Hell Believe Me I’ve Seen it. There Is a Heaven Let’s Keep It a Secret” (2010) made it clear that the world of metal was not big enough for BMTH and they began to venture into alternative rock, electronic and classical music or even pop to look for inspiration. Grammy and BRIT nominations, golden records and sold-out concerts prove that they have forged their own path – a path where metal audiences are joined by fans of other types of music. The band’s latest release, the minialbum “Post Human: Survival Horror”, hit the shelves in 2022 and is the first instalment of a four-part project, the next instalment of which, Post Human: Nex Gen, is scheduled for 2024.


Full albums:

Count Your Blessings, 2006
Suicide Season, 2008
There Is a Hell Believe Me I’ve Seen It. There Is a Heaven Let’s Keep It a Secret., 2010
Sempiternal, 2013
That’s the Spirit, 2015
Amo, 2019
Post Human: NeX GEn, 2024


This Is What the Edge of Your Seat Was Made For, 2004
The Chill Out Sessions, 2012 (z Draper)
Post Human: Survival Horror, 2020


The Bedroom Sessions, 2004


Pray for Plagues, 2007
The Comedown, 2008
Chelsea Smile, 2009
Diamonds Aren’t Forever, 2009
The Sadness Will Never End, 2009
It Never Ends, 2010 Fuck, 2010
Visions, 2011
Shadow Moses, 2013
Sleepwalking, 2013
Go to Hell, for Heaven’s Sake, 2013
Can You Feel My Heart, 2013
Drown, 2014 Throne, 2015
Happy Song, 2015
True Friends, 2015
Follow You, 2016
Avalanche, 2016
Oh No, 2016 Mantra, 2018
Wonderful Life, 2018
400mg, 2019
Medicine, 2019
Mother Tongue, 2019
Nihilist Blues, 2019
Sugar Honey Ice & Tea, 2019
Parasite Eve, 2020
Obey, 2020
Teardrops, 2020
Fallout, 2022
Bad Life, 2022
sTraNgeRs, 2022
LosT, 2023
Wish I Could Forget, 2023
AmEN!, 2023
Code Mistake, 2023
DArkSide, 2023

Live albums:

Live at Wembley, 2015
Live at the Royal Albert Hall, 2016


Count Your Blessings / This Is What the Edge of Your Seat Was Made For, 2009 2004-2013, 2017