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Gallery: Bring Me The Horizon Through The Ages And Pages Of Kerrang!

A selection of the band’s Kerrang! covers down the years…

Today we welcome Bring Me The Horizon’s Oli Sykes to the cover of Kerrang! again. It’s been a while, but the Sheffield gang have been on the cover of our magazine a lot throughout their career. We’ve been with them every step of the way and proudly watched them grow into one of Britain’s best bands. Here, we’ve compiled a selection of some of their key moments over the years, as captured in our pages…

K1229

K!1229, September 2008

K1284

K!1284, October 2009

K1308

K!1308, April 2010

K1332

K!1332, October 2010

K1438

K!1438, October 2012

K1473

K!1473, July 2013

K1512

K!1512, April 2014

K1521

K!1521, June 2014

K1546

K!1546, December 2014

K1584

K!1584, September 2015

And our new cover looks like this:

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It’s in shops right now, or it can be ordered online worldwide from Newsstand.

Posted on March 7th 2018, 10:57am
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