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Bring Me the Horizon tears it up in Denver

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A newly electrified and positive (but still plenty angry) Bring Me the Horizon descended on Denver's Ogden Theatre on Feb. 13, packing the place with rowdy fans.

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The English metalcore band has undergone some controversial changes in the past year, largely centered on the loss of guitarist Jona Weinhofen and the addition of keyboardist Jordan Fish. While that direction continues to be divisive among fans, there's one point few dispute: BMTH is all about frontman oli Sykes, and by God, everything will be fine as long as he's still around.

Sykes was in fine, bellowing form at Thursday's show. From the first explosion of silver confetti to the last encore, he took the band on his narrow, tattooed shoulders once more and got the thing done. While the cast of talented players behind him may change, Sykes remains.

And for Bring Me the Horizon fans, that's the only blessing they need to count.


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