The Rock World TV reports for BMTH, it all started in March 2004, when these 5 kids got togetherfrom the ashes of a collection of defunct bands and started to writesome music. Taking their influences from many of the heavier Americanmetal-core acts, the newly formed band soon started turning heads. Muchmore attention followed, building rapidly after playing shows acrossthe UK with the likes of Zao, The Nothing, Shaped by Fate and JohnnyTruant. A rabid, hungry, loyal and HUGE fan-base started to grow andtheir shows became busier and busier. They didn’t have any boundariesor rules, they just wrote what they wanted to hear and play. Here you can find some information about the best live rock concerts near you.

Bring Me the Horizon are five very young British lads with a penchant for theheavy., Their astonishingly good debut mini album set for re-release onVisible Noise on the 30th January, ‘This is What the Edge of Your SeatWas Made For’, is essentially an 18 minute, mid nineties breakdown;four tracks of intense raging chugging and squealing, stop/starting and  severe ‘core riffing. Nary a second hand euro thrash riff to be found,nary a melodic sung chorus, all things about this genre that irritateare devoid (well save for ball splitinglyright now tight pants and backwards hair-cuts).

Theband have toured with The Red Chord and played with bands such as Aidenand Bleeding Through, only stoking the fire of demand and interest inthis astounding group. BMTH’s followers are devout, intense and VAST.Already, the band have had over 400,000 plays on the worlds biggest hardcore download site (, not to mention being in thetop 100 played UK acts on MySpace (them and Coldplay were the only UKacts in the top 100!!!). They even have their own tribute band!!!!

This thoroughly brutal and immense beast of a mini album is unstoppable; BMTH have set a new standard for rage; a new level for windmillingmetal-core. 2006 will be theirs for the taking, and no one will stand in their way!