Bring Me the Horizon Play ‘Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?’
It’s ‘Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?‘ time yet again! This week, we’ve got Bring Me the Horizon vocalist Oli Sykes, drummer Matt Nicholls and keyboardist Jordan Fish on the hot seat!
This episode starts off with Sykes talking about his recurring night terrors and sleep paralysis. It gets more frightening than that, with the frontman suffering from what’s called “Old Hag Syndrome,” which is terrifying to say the least.
We go on to correct some fiction by asking the boys about tricking promoters to get themselves booked on tours. It didn’t turn out to be quite so drastic, but a funny story is still tucked in there. We also corrected some information on original guitarist Curtis Ward’s departure from the band in 2009.
The touchy subject of former guitarist Jona Weinhofen is also brushed upon during the clip. The band’s split with Weinhofen has continued to be messy, but we managed to clear up some info about the song “Antivist” and whether or not the track is actually written about the guitarist.
For this and plenty more fact checking with Bring Me the Horizon, watch the band’s episode of ‘Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?’ in the clip above! And be sure to pick up the band’s new album,
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