This Day In Music History: September 11th, 2015 – Bring Me The Horizon infiltrates the mainstream with ‘That’s The Spirit’

In hindsight, almost any Bring Me The Horizon fan should have seen it coming. The seismic stylistic shift between 2013’s Sempiternal and 2015’s That’s The Spirit, though only 2.5 years apart, was signaled by the single release of “Drown”. A track that contained none of Oliver Sykes’ screaming, instead opting for a more pop-oriented side of the band, was the catalyst for an album that eventually went Gold in the USA.

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For Bring Me The Horizon, the only rule is that there are no rules

Bring Me The Horizon aren’t the kind of band to care what you think about them. That much should be obvious considering the band’s evolution at this point, but the band’s collaborations with everyone from Halsey (!!!) to Lotus Eater (!!) have certainly boosted the band’s following. Not that the notoriety is needed for them at this point – even amidst a global pandemic, the band’s recent music (singles “Parasite Eve” and “Ludens” as well as an EP the band dropped at the end of 2019) have been unqualified success stories, racking up tens of millions of streams. Where does that leave the band’s latest exploration, “Obey”, then?

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It Was Written In Blood: Bring Me The Horizon and Yungblud teasing new collaboration

While the duo confirmed it earlier this month. Yungblud and Bring Me The Horizon’s highly anticipated new collaboration is seemingly just about ready for release. There’s no word on what the collaboration will sound like, but thankfully both artists are offering up some teasers to whet your appetite.

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Bring Me The Horizon team up with Mick Gordon (Doom) on new single, “Parasite Eve”

Bring Me The Horizon is one of the prime examples of how musical evolution can benefit a band. The band recently released their long-awaited heavy new single “Parasite Eve,” following the direction of their 2019 song “Ludens”. During quarantine the band have released several Youtube videos showing behind-the-scenes footage of the creative process leading up to the the release of “Parasite Eve,” with more music to be released under the project name ‘Post Human’ as told in an interview with NME. BMTH also worked with producer Mick Gordon (DOOM, Wolfenstein) on the new single.

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