This Is Bring Me The Horizon’s Epic Headline Setlist From All Points East
Last night (May 31), Bring Me The Horizon headlined their first ever outdoor festival. Topping the bill at All Points East, the Sheffield heavyweights promised to deliver a career-spanning set, and they they were not lying.
Picking tracks from all six albums, Bring Me The Horizon unleashed two hours of non-stop carnage with full production and some special guests. Cradle Of Filth frontman Dani Filth turned up for a flamethrower-filled Wonderful Life, Lotus Eater vocalist Jamie Mclees came on board to instigate the vicious wall of death for Antivist, and Architects’ Sam Carter joined the party for The Sadness Will Never End – which BMTH haven’t performed live since 2016.
Old-school fans were treated to Pray For Plagues plus two tracks from Suicide Season, while amo-era converts screamed along to Nihilist Blues, MANTRA, Mother Tongue and more.
Here’s what Bring Me The Horizon played at All Points East. It was ridiculous.
3. The House Of Wolves
5. Wonderful Life (with Dani Filth)
6. Diamonds Aren’t Forever
7. Sugar Honey Ice & Tea
8. Happy Song
9. The Sadness Will Never End (with Sam Carter)
10. Sleepwalking (acoustic)
11. Pray For Plagues
12. Can You Feel My Heart
13. Shadow Moses
14. Nihilist Blues
15. It Never Ends
16. Mother Tongue
17. Antivist (with Jamie Mclees)
18. Follow You
If you weren’t lucky enough to make it down to Victoria Park in London to see it for yourself, here’s some highlights from social media:
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