Live Review: Bring Me The Horizon (Sthlm Fields) – Gärde, Stockholm 01.07.2024

Anastasia Baranovskaia

By Anastasia Baranovskaia

Bring Me The Horizon took the stage at Sthlm Fields with an overwhelming presence and energy. The setup, featuring gothic-style backdrops and towering podiums, was perfect for their dramatic performance. BMTH has clearly grown into their art, evident in both their music and the emotional connection they share with their fans. The band’s high energy fueled mosh pits and head-banging, while more emotional segments brought the crowd together in a special unity. The audience, ready to party even on a Monday, was deeply engaged throughout their performance.

BMTH’s latest album, “POST HUMAN: NeX GEn,” features a futuristic sound and visuals that were incorporated into the show. An AI-generated avatar named Eve appeared on screens several times, adding a fun twist. Eve’s initial greeting, “Are you ready for a post human experience?” set the tone as she scanned the crowd for mosh pits and contraband. Sykes alternated between powerful roars and vulnerable vocals, keeping the audience entertained throughout. The set list was perfectly curated with newer and older songs. “Kingslayer” was performed with full force, accompanied by pyrotechnics and dramatic lighting. BMTH also played songs like “Top 10 staTues tHat CriEd bloOd”, “Can You Feel My
Heart “, “Drown ” and “Throne” which are quintessential for live performances, showcasing the band’s dynamic range and ability to captivate an audience.

The show culminated with the crowd favourite “Throne,” which served as the perfect finale. The audience was instructed to get down and then jump up, timed perfectly with bursts of pyro and lighting effects. Sparks from the stage ceiling and an intense light show created a memorable and striking ending. The final cheers were loud and long, and the band was seen on stage visibly impressed by the audience.

BMTH’s performance at Sthlm Fields was a testament to their growth and their ability to deliver both great music and unforgettable live shows. They continue to be a force to be reckoned with, both on stage and in the studio. Fans and newcomers alike can’t wait to see where they go next. The message on the screen at the end, “BMTH Just Rocked My World,” summed up the night perfectly.

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  1. […] realmente conecte con su audiencia? Esa es la pregunta que me viene a la mente al pensar en el reciente espectáculo de Bring Me The Horizon (BMTH) en Sthlm Fields. En un lunes cualquiera, lograron transformar un día ordinario en una noche extraordinaria con su […]

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