Watch Bring Me The Horizon And Architects' Sam Carter Perform The Sadness Will Never End Live

Bring Me The Horizon and Archictects' Sam Carter performed their 2008 single for the first time together since 2016.

Watch Bring Me The Horizon And Architects' Sam Carter Perform The Sadness Will Never End Live
Gobinder Jhitta

If you've already read our huge All Points East round-up from last weekend, then you'll know by now that Architects leader Sam Carter teamed up with Bring Me The Horizon during their epic Friday headline set for a run-through of 2008 single The Sadness Will Never End.

Now, Horizon have very kindly stuck up some brilliant footage from the onstage collaboration on their Instagram account, showing those who weren't lucky enough to be in attendance just what they missed out on. Check out the one-minute clip below, and let's all pray for a full video of the entire performance (come on, guys, give the people what they want).

All together now: 'I WON'T GIVE UP ON YOUUUUUU!'

Damn. So good.

Before All Points East, we brought Sam and Horizon's Oli Sykes together for a huge chat on all things rock in 2019, as well as just generally being mates and supporting each other's bands.

“Do you know what? One of the coolest things about growing up with Bring Me is that we used to be really jealous of other bands’ success and how well they were doing," said Sam. "We could get really bitter and pissed off, but we never had that with Bring Me. Any time they did anything we were like, ‘This is sick!’ because we were mates and you want to see your mates do well. And they always looked out for us as well.”

“I’ve always said: you need more than one good band to keep a scene alive," added Oli. "That’s always been my fear with metal and hardcore, that question of, ‘Are there going to be enough bands to keep kids into rock?’ I’m always supportive, not just of my friends’ bands, but any bands. The fact that we’re here with Architects… we’ve grown up with them, so it makes it even sweeter to see them doing so well. It’s mental that we’re still here, even!”

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