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 has released their new track ‘Wonderful Life’ featuring Cradle Of Filth singer Dani Filth. Releasing the track with a lyric video, Bring Me The Horizon has taken their guitar and bass to new levels of depth with the reverberation taking the spotlight completely by force. The track follows the acclaimed ‘Mantra’ and continues to divide Bring Me fans that argue in their new direction, but one thing for sure is that Bring Me The Horizon are manipulating mainstream media and bringing a heavier sound (that isn’t nu-metal) into every day life – the rumours of working with Post Malone aren’t so far fetched with every new release.