Bring Me The Horizon releases their live performance of “The House of Wolves” at the SSE Wembley Arena, ahead of the “Live at Wembley” DVD that releases this late this month.
According to Impericon Magazine , the band live performance of “Drown,” released earlier in February, has “set the bar incredibly high for what the DVD will showcase.” “The House of Wolves,” however, packs a bigger punch, showcasing the band taking on “a 12000 strong and raucous crowd in their biggest headline show to date which is a mean feat for any British rock band to achieve.” Leading up to their Wembley show, Bring Me The Horizon wrote “Drown,” a track they describe as their most radio-friendly song.
“We wanted to write something worthy of the arena,” frontman Oliver Sykes revealed in an interview from last year with Digital Spy .
“It was a different process because we never think about the design of our music when we’re writing.” Syke’s and the rest of the band performed the crowd-filled arena on Dec.
5 2014 with opening bands Young Guns, Sleepwave, and Issues.
The band’s “Live At Wembley” DVD can be pre-ordered here .
“I guess we didn’t know how far the band would come along, but at the same time there are not many English bands that have of this kind of heaviness – apart from Iron Maiden – that have achieved it,” Sykes said in a separate interview with Independent UK .
“It’s always the American ones. Sheffield-based metalcore group Bring Me The Horizon currently consists of lead vocalist Oli Sykes, guitarist, Lee Malia, bassist Matt Kean, keyboardist Jordan Fish and drummer Matt Nicholls.
The band released their debut album “Count Your Blessings” in 2006.
Their latest album, “Sempiternal,” released in 2013 and is considered the band’s most commercially successful album, gaining Gold certification in Australia (35,000) and in the U.K.