Bring Me the Horizon brings the metal back to Denver
Bring Me the Horizon tore into Denver Sunday night at Summit Music Hall. The last-minute venue change didn't dampen the band's enthusiasm as they brought a high-impact heavy sound that made the crowd push and fight to get to the front of the stage. Good old-fashioned circle pits and crowd surfing seemed to be the audience's style, forcing the security staff to put in some extra work for their money.
Parkway Drive, a band known for their aggressive lyrics, got the crowd to become hands-on, thrashing to the screams of lead singer Winston McCall and their new album “Deep Blue”.
From the moment they walked onstage, Bring Me the Horizon took an active role in involving the audience in the show. Fans hoisted singer Oliver Sykes on their shoulders as he belted out screams from the band's latest album “Count Your Blessings”. He would later push the crowd to surf to the front of the stage and give him a high-five during the song “ The Comedown”. At one point, one lucky fan went onstage to belt out lyrics with the band.
Air cannons, beats mixed with heavy metal and screams made for one hell of a show.