Well, where do we even start with our next guest’s band? Bring Me The Horizon have been tearing up stages across the globe for the better part of the past 15 years and in that time, their sound may have changed from the early deathcore roots, through to their metalcore and most recent stadium rock albums, but now, yet again, we are seeing a significant change for the band which seems them introducing EDM influenced sounds and pop rock vibes with their latest album amo (our review here). But what triggered the change? Why did they stray so far from their original sound and (as rumours suggest) was it all a challenge to see if they could crack the mainstream market?
All those burning questions you’ve ALWAYS wanted to know about BMTH will finally be answered as drummer Mat Nicholls co-hosts our Wall of Sound: Up Against The Wall podcast this week and by everything we mean everything from their Grammy Nomination, Mat’s opinions on genres being “pointless”, frontman Oli Sykes‘ music video ideas and even if they’ll be bringing their heavy song medley to Australia in April. There’s even a discussion about the band’s belter of a new song ‘heavy metal‘ which is a piss-take, “fuck you” anthem for all the old fans who criticised their progression away from the heavier side of music. You do not want to miss this one.
Podcast host Browny also takes a look at Lamb of God guitarist Mark Morton‘s new solo song with the late Chester Bennington and asks for your opinion about whether or not Wage War ripped off Architects‘ with their new song ‘Low‘. There’s also plenty of new tunes from Seas of Conflict, Kill The Lights, The Last Martyr and Fever 333, throwbacks from A Day To Remember, Enter Shikari, While She Sleeps + heaps more…
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