July 15, 2024

Bring Me The Horizon played their first show since the departure of longtime keyboardist Jordan Fish on 1/9 in Cardiff, Wales. But the concert had to be halted twice to assist potentially injured concertgoers.

At the end of the song “Kool-Aid” frontman Oli Sykes descended from a raised stage to tend to a concertgoer. Also, “Diamonds Aren’t Forever,” from the band’s sophomore album “Suicide Season,” was halted to make sure a fan was okay.

The show closed with Bad Omens singer Noah Sebastian contributing to “Antivist,” a track on BMTH’s fourth album “Sempiternal.”




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