All photos by Nate Black
Is it possible to love one of the biggest bands in the world even more after they’ve already reached superstar status? You know, once a band reaches the point of no return where they are essentially beloved by everyone, can your fandom for them grow any further? It’s like, everyone loves pizza, right? Can somebody up their love for pizza after already falling head over heels for it?
For those scratching their heads wondering what the hell we’re talking about, in this scenario, replace the doughy goodness of pizza with UK rock champions Bring Me The Horizon. Slowly but surely, over the course of their 10-plus year career, the lads from South Yorkshire have worked their way up from Warped Tour side stages to some of the biggest concert venues across the world – including two nights at the 20,000 capacity O2 arena and their hometown 13,500 capacity venue, Sheffield Arena.
Now with their incredibly successful, chart-topping LP That’s The Spirit under their belts, this brings us back to our original question: Is it possible to love Bring Me The Horizon any more than we already do? The answer is yes, and let us explain why.
Unless you’ve been stranded on a deserted island without an internet connection, we’re pretty sure you’ve heard all about their American Nightmare Tour – yes, the one with BMTH, Underoath, and Beartooth. Now, of course, by putting together a tour like that certainly raises our love for Bring Me The Horizon to even higher levels. But, what helped push our fandom to full capacity, as you’ll see below, is the live show Oli Sykes and company are currently putting on. Without giving too much away, there’s no denying that this is Bring Me The Horizon at their absolute best.
To see what we mean and check out the band live alongside the iconic Underoath and fan-favorites (and former Noise Presents headliners) Beartooth, be sure to check out Nate Black’s pristine photos below. Afterwards, if you haven’t already, be sure to grab tickets to the American Nightmare tour here.