Oli Sykes, frontman and singer of Bring Me The Horizon, has been leading the metal and rock world since 2006’s This Is What The Edge Of Your Seat Was Made For. Captivating the death-cores fan base with further albums Count Your Blessing (2006) and Suicide Season (2008). In the process of changing the music world for way over 10 years, Oli Sykes has led a creative revolution in both styles, through his clothing line Drop Dead, and performance at venues like the O2, Download’s main stage, and Reading and Leeds festival. Leading the way for bands like Architects, While She Sleeps, and Yung Blud, who have all drawn inspiration from Bring Me The Horizon’s brilliantly creative take on metal-core. Oli Sykes is lending his hand to growing artists as he explores his signature sound in different genres.
PoorStacy released the second album Party At The Cemetery, which sees him explore the emo-rap genre through its 14 track run time. After last year’s The Breakfast Club, the hype for his return. The album includes the single “Public Enemy”, “Children Of The Dark”, and the title track “Party At The Graveyard”. The album features tracks “Knife Party” featuring Oli Sykes of Bring Me The Horizon on its blistering soundscape. Sykes featured recently on Tom Morello’s “Let’s Get The Party Started”, Daine’s “Salt”, and Olivia O’Brien’s “No More Friends”. He is stretching out his unique sound into other territories. Exploring the realms of pop, metal, and even rap.
PoorStacey will be joining the huge lineup on Bring Me The Horizon on their European tour (2022), alongside Lorna Shore and pop-punk heavyweights A Day To Remember. The Tour will go across Antwerp’s Lotto Arena on February 1st, to Munich’s Zenith on the 27th of February. Making stops at Barcelona, Budapest, and Amsterdam, along with others, making it the longest tour for Bring Me The Horizon since the pandemic.
The tour will be set to go on sale on Wednesday 13th of October at 9 am British Standard Time. Fans will be flocking to the website after their recent incredible leg of arena performances in the UK has left them hungry for more. While they won’t be returning to the UK on the tour, you should still be sure to get your tickets here, if you fancy a metal holiday, before they sell out.
You can listen to Poorstacy’s Party At The Cemetry below: