‘In The Dark’: Here’s Bring Me The Horizon’s new video with Forest Whitaker and an interview with Oli Sykes

“A lot of people are refusing to accept what’s happening in the world, because they’ll have to take action and make some physical changes to their lives.”

Bring Me The Horizon talk exclusively to NME about their new 'In The Dark' video starring Forest Whitaker, and the impending doom that the planet faces
Bring Me The Horizon’s Oli Sykes shot for NME

Bring Me The Horizon have shared their dramatic new video for ‘In The Dark’, featuring The Last King Of Scotland and Black Panther star Forest Whitaker. See it exclusively on NME below, along with our no-holds-barred interview with frontman Oli Sykes. The latest single taken from the band’s acclaimed 2019 Number One album ‘amo‘, ‘In […]

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Octo Octa channels power, community and resistance from joyous, heart-thumping house music

The New Hampshire-based DJ’s new album ‘Resonant Body’ carves out a space for joy and limitlessness in a dangerous world.

Octo Octa is recovering from a rave. She phones NME from Berlin in the aftermath of the latest in a series of parties under the Motherbeat name, the collective set up by her partner and tourmate Eris Drew. The make-up of the party in question is refreshingly unconventional, and underlines everything that Maya channels through […]

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Judas Priest’s Rob Halford: ‘The metal community has always been inclusive, yet we’ve been kicked around like a football over the years’

Rob Halford loves Christmas almost as much as he loves metal. To mark the release of his second festive solo collection, ‘Celestial’, he talks to James McMahon about home improvements, National Coming Out Day and why he “fucking loves” Christmas trees

It’s 2pm in Phoenix, Arizona, when we call Rob Halford, longterm singer of heavy metal greats Judas Priest. Halford joined the West Bromwich band in 1973, fronted the group as they tore through an unparalleled run of classic albums throughout the ’80s (the best known of which, sixth record, British Steel, turns 40 next year), […]

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