WONDERFUL LIFE by BMTH was originally meant for LIMP BIZKIT

Yesterday, Bring Me The Horizon released their latest track ‘Wonderful Life’ taken from their upcoming album, amo. While the band are breaking barriers between heavier music and mainstream media, their first track ‘MANTRA’ hit a lot harder with an incredibly addictive instrumental. Speaking with BBC Radio 1, Oli Sykes revealed that ‘Wonderful Life’ was originally meant for Limp Bizkit, but after front man Fred Durst didn’t turn up to a lot of the sessions, ‘Wonderful Life’ was put aside, to be picked up by Bring Me The Horizon and Dani Filth. It’s starting to make a little more sense as it’s slightly different to what they’ve been releasing so far.

amo is due for release 2019 and Bring Me The Horizon will be touring the UK next month.


BRING ME THE HORIZON continue radio career with new track MANTRA.

Since Bring Me The Horizon has entered the radio stage of their career, the group has significantly softened their sound since This Is What The Edge If Your Seat Was Made For era. With That’s The Spirit reaching out and pulling a new kind of fan base, BMTH has become one of the biggest bands of our time. It’s strange to think that young Oli Sykes who’s clothing brand was one upon a time more popular than his name and music, has now become a figure in today’s scene. Their next installer to, ‘Mantra’ is a gateway between their heavier and lighter tone. A refreshing sense that it’s not fame that drives the boys to change their sound, but progression and genuine evolution of their minds and musical talents.

‘Mantra’ contains heavy riffs and a deep baseline, adherent to a metal-esque beat, but lyrically catchy and gripping, ‘Mantra’ continues on their current journey of growth. It’s an interesting time to follow BMTH, to see where their – we assume, new material will take them. Mantra is now available on Spotify.