There’s A Rumour Bring Me The Horizon Are Collaborating With Post Malone
Nothing makes our Facebook commenters more furious than seeing Post Malone, massive rock fan and accomplished guitarist, play solid covers of his favourite rock songs during his rap sets. We would argue that’s a pointless thing to get mad about, and that you need to chill out and worry about your own lives – Cop Killer was 27 years ago and Sabotage was 24 years ago, you should be used to rappers playing rock music by now.
The grumpy Facebook folks should brace themselves for further Post Malone, errr, posts, though, because there’s a fun rumour flying around that ol’ Posty is going to collaborate with Bring Me The Horizon on a track.
A fan’s tweet (since hidden) that said the following went viral:
“I DONT WANT TO SEE NONE OF YALL NORMIES START LISTENING TO BMTH JUST BC THEYRE COLLABING WITH POST MALONE. YALL JUST WANNA HOP ON THE “EMO” WAVE NOW BC UR FAV ARTISTS NORMALIZE IT BUT YALL USE TO MAKE FUN OF US IN MIDDLE SCHOOL NOPEEEE FUCK YALL — bloody sabbath🗡 (@odd_future09)”
It got 14k retweets in before it got hidden, and the rest of Twitter also piled on, which was fun:
post malone is doing a collaboration with bring me the horizon the simulation is glitching im so scared https://t.co/KSGjTrQqIn— helena ✰ (@helenabelete) Tue Aug 28 15:50:15 +0000 2018
Post Malone and Bring Me The Horizon are making music together (allegedly) and IM FUCKING ABOUT IT. https://t.co/9BPSrOSai9— Mr. Big Gallon (@Dr_Squirtle) Tue Aug 28 18:59:30 +0000 2018
i aint saying it should happen but if Bring me the Horizon made a collab with Post malone it would feel as if the 1… https://t.co/EyNnvFFXdO— 𝖆𝖓𝖙𝖎𝖈𝖍𝖗𝖎𝖘𝖙 (@jxlixx) Tue Aug 21 20:29:09 +0000 2018
Oli Sykes himself might’ve set this all off back in January with this post on Instagram:
The caption reads: “We good to go @postmalone.”
Whether he was referring to recording stuff or playing GTA on a large screen in a recording studio remains to be seen, but this pic from two days ago is telling:
Watch the intense new video for Bring Me The Horizon’s “survival horror song”, Parasite Eve.
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