Bring Me The Horizon’s shows all seem to be energetic, powerful, with the crowd going crazy, and amazing pits. This is one band that successfully get the whole crowd moving and involved, with Oliver Sykes (vocals) constant commands to start a circle or mosh pit.
As Bring Me The Horizon got up on stage many girls – and boys started with their high pitched screams which seemed to almost blow my ear drums out. They started their set off by getting into the crowd and chanting “We will never sleep, ‘cause sleep is for the weak, and we will never rest, ‘till we’re all fucking dead”. This ended up in an amazing response from the crowd who started getting more energetic by the second.
Bring Me The Horizon never fails to play short of an amazing show, and attract a huge audience. It seemed that the Teggart/Main Stage for the most part of the day had a smaller crowd than the other stages, but at the end of the day as I walked to the rest area, many people started flooding out, and there was the faint murmur of “Bring Me The Horizon” coming from their mouth’s, and I had a feeling that it would be a great set.
They are definitely a band for all venues, arenas, indoor and outdoor. It seems that wherever they play, they’ll bring an amazing live show. If you haven’t already, you need to check out Bring Me The Horizon live.
Their new album There Is A Hell Believe Me I’ve Seen It There Is A Heaven Let’s Keep It A Secret is set to release in the US on October 4th 2010. Shortly after this they will be embarking on a worldwide tour.
By Cynthia Lam
Warped date: 8/5/10