BRING ME THE HORIZON Members Talk Upcoming Album With KERRANG! Magazine
Vocalist Oliver Sykes and drummer Matt Nicholls of Sheffield, U.K. metallers BRING ME THE HORIZON spoke to Kerrang! magazine about the band's recently completed third album. You can now watch the chat below.
BRING ME THE HORIZON's new CD was recorded at Studio Fredman in Västra Frölunda, Sweden with producer Fredrik Nordström (DIMMU BORGIR, IN FLAMES, HAMMERFALL) and is scheduled for a late summer release via Visible Noise.
On the subject of the new material, guitarist and resident Australian Jona Weinhofen previously stated, "We've taken in a broad array of influences during the writing period and I think it will show on this album more than ever before. Fans can expect new ideas, experimentation and more adventurous production. We've really focused on our song structures and keeping the songs catchy and listenable. But don't freak out! It's still the BRING ME THE HORIZON you know and love, and there will be plenty of heavy, fast riffing and plenty of breakdowns to keep your fists pounding and your heads banging!"
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