It was awesome. I never even got that first box, actuallyóI just got a sample copy. But when that sample came, I took it on home and read it immediately. And it was so cool to finally see it in the, uhh, flesh. So to speak. I guess doing comics was something I always wanted to do, but I never really thought about actually doing it. But Ben Ashton-Bell, the designer of it, he was really inro the idea, and thatís how it started, how it all kicked off. So we actually saw it through, and itís really been a lot of fun.
Photographer Adam Elmakias and Bring Me The Horizon frontman Oliver Sykes have teamed up to raise money for Suicide Silence frontman Mitch Lucker's daughter, Kenadee. All money raised will go towards her education fund. Mitch recently passed away after a motorcycle accident. You can purchase the print here, as well as other prints here that will also contribute to the fund.
"From The Gym" is BACK, and this week we've got a gym playlist from Bring Me The Horizon guitarist Jona Weinhofen. If you're looking for some new jams to play while you're working out, then hit the replies for some great suggestions. Come back next week for a playlist from New Found Glory guitarist Chad Gilbert.
For an excellent lunchtime read, click here to read Dennis Lyxzen (Refused vocalist) write about today's popular music. He weights in on bands like Bring Me the Horizon, Attack Attack!, Chunk! No, Captain Chunk and many more.
Shit hit the fan at the Bring Me the Horizon concert last night. While full details remain sketchy, at best, here's what we know: last night during their set, the band, while on stage, fought with a group of "straight-edge members" of the crowd. A variety of videos have appeared online (they're in the replies). The lead singer of the band has posted his version of the events on his blog. Anyone at the show?