Bring Me The Horizon hit a new career milestone with a truly unforgettable performance at London’s Royal Albert Hall in support of the Teenage Cancer Trust charity.
Backed by a choir and full orchestra, the rock quintet treated over five thousand people to unique show that included live song debuts as well as a rare throwback to a previous era in order to provide this majestic venue with pandemonium the like of which it is unlikely to have ever seen before!
Drop Dead hosted a very special ‘secret party’ at Bungalows and Bears in Sheffield on Saturday 28th March 2015.
A heavyweight line-up of acts was headlined by local DJ ‘Toddla T’, whilst the likes of ‘Squarehead’, ‘Clubs & Spades’ and ‘Rev Austin’ were among the other performers.
A number of other big-names were also in attendance for the event on Sheffield’s Division Street. Three members of the band ‘Bring Me The Horizon’, who performed a sold-out show at Wembley Arena in December, were there including Oli Sykes, the frontman of the band and owner of the Drop Dead company.
On Saturday 12th July, I met Oli Sykes the lead vocalist of the band Bring Me The Horizon. By pure chance, I happened to be in the same park as the 27 year old who front’s one of Sheffield’s biggest bands. He was very friendly and happy to pose for the photo above. His band BMTH formed in 2004 and have released 5 albums, the most recent of which is titled ‘Sempiternal’. The group recently returned from a North American Tour alongside ‘Of Mice and Men’ and are preparing to play Wembley Arena for the first time in December.