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Bring Me The Horizon [BMTH] - AP Silver Collection - 365

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THIS PURCHASE INCLUDES:  1 Issue #365.1 - AP x Bring...

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THIS PURCHASE INCLUDES: 

1
Issue #365.1 - AP x Bring Me The Horizon
1
Issue #365.2 - AP x Bring Me The Horizon
1 11'' x 17'' Oli Sykes Poster [AP Exclusive]
1 AP PhotoBook - Collectible Photos [AP Exclusive]

 

 

IN ISSUE 365

After 14 years in the rock ’n’ roll trenches, your band is at its peak, with admirable record sales and sold-out shows all over the planet. And when you’re offstage, everything around you is either on fire or falling apart. That’s exactly what frontman Oli Sykes and keyboardist/programmer Jordan Fish, the braintrust of Bring Me The Horizon, were going through as they made amo, the follow-up to 2015’s breakthrough release, That’s The Spirit.

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PALISADES

Rife with personnel changes, questionable business decisions and being creatively stuck, the Jersey-based electronic-rock act were ready to call it a day. Then they decided to follow their hearts, instead of a scene.

AFTERLIFE

The Florida nü-metal outfit are bringing both rage and compassion to a community that needs to fight the power more than ever.

AP ARCHIVES

Chris Conley refers to us in SAVES THE DAY’s epic song “29,” while MAN OVERBOARD kick up a blizzard and THE DISTILLERS kick some ass.

Not to forget the 10 Essential albums that might have gotten under your radar, 12 Bands, the sweetest of fan art and much more!