See Noah Sebastian perform Antivist with Bring Me The Horizon

At the first night of Bring Me The Horizon’s arena tour, Bad Omens’ Noah Sebastian joined the headliners for a raging performance of Sempiternal classic Antivist.

See Noah Sebastian perform Antivist with Bring Me The Horizon
Emily Carter
Noah photo:
Bryan Kirks
Oli photo:
Jenn Five

Updated story: January 11: It happened again – and we were there!

Original story, January 10: Last night, Bring Me The Horizon kicked off their highly-anticipated UK arena tour – and along with a killer setlist, they treated fans to a live collab with Noah Sebastian.

With Bad Omens joining Horizon as main support (along with Static Dress and Cassyette), the frontman joined Oli Sykes and co. onstage at the Cardiff Motorpoint Arena on January 9 to rage through Sempiternal favourite Antivist. Naturally, the crowd – along with all the people who weren’t there and have since seen it on the internet – lost their minds.

Recently chatting to Kerrang! about Bad Omens’ early comparisons to Bring Me, Noah agreed, “I totally understand it. The vocal style I was doing before sounded a lot like Oli, and we were inspired by them musically.”

He also explained that these days, Bad Omens look to Bring Me The Horizon for “the mindset, rather than the music itself. It’s being fearless, not caring about genres or being confined to what rock and metal is doing right now. It’s doing your own thing and making a sound of your own – that, to me, is how we’re now inspired by them.”

Check out plenty of fan-shot footage of Antivist below:

Catch BMTH, Bad Omens, Static Dress and Cassyette at the following:


10 Bournemouth BIC
12 Birmingham Utilita Arena
13 Manchester AO Arena
14 Glasgow OVO Arena
16 Newcastle Utilita Arena
17 Liverpool M&S Bank Arena
19 Sheffield FlyDSA Arena
20 London The O2
21 London The O2
23 Dublin 3 Arena

Get your tickets right here.

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