The band will hit the road in November in support of forthcoming new album 'amo'.
From Panic! and BMTH to The Offspring and Weezer, plus everything in between.
10 years ago Bring Me The Horizon released an album that defied the odds. On its anniversary we look back on why it is still such an important landmark in British heaviness and why it is still untouchable even today.
Bring Me The Horizon have written some absolute stone cold classics throughout their career. Yet some go completely under the radar. Now seems like a suitable time to dive in the more underappreciated corners of BMTH's back catalogue and have a good old head bang.
From their new album to their epic year of touring, Spencer and Aaron guide us through the last 12 months of Underoath.
And they'd still love to work together in the future.
"'Cause all you ever do is chant the same old MANTRA".
Every brilliant album needs a brilliant conclusion and these 15 are lightyears ahead of the rest.
The follow-up to 'That's The Spirit' is incoming.
This is 'Mantra'.
What's going on?
Development is key when it comes to being a band for a long time. You can't just keep doing the same thing over and over again. Yet when you listen to a band when they first started to how they sound now, it's hard to believe that they're the same outfit at all. Here are some of the most dramatic transformations.
Oli Sykes - aside from stomping, screaming and singing his way through Bring Me The Horizon's incredible career so far, has appeared on a bunch of songs with friends in bands.
Live music, vegan food, tattoos, and retro gaming? Count us in.
Just additional proof that time is a construct because we're pretty sure these albums can't possibly be 10 years old.
As All Time Low so eloquently put it "before you ask which way to go, remember where you've been".
We all have a first profile picture. Even bands.
A study undertaken by Stanford and Cambridge Universities has been brought back in to the limelight in the wake of Facebook's Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Good guy doing good things.