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Bring Me The Horizon announce lineup for their Malta festival

PVRIS, Bullet For My Valentine, Nova Twins and more will all join the ride next May

By Will Richards

Bring Me The Horizon in red and black shadow silhouettes
Bring Me The Horizon (Credit: Press).

Bring Me The Horizon are set to welcome PVRIS, Bullet For My Valentine, Nova Twins and more to their own festival in Malta next year.

Announced earlier this year, the festival will be held from May 26-30 next year, and sees a host of rock and metal’s best new and established bands joining Bring Me The Horizon.

The Sheffield band’s event will feature a headline show and retrospective set from the band themselves, as well as curated events including club nights and boat parties.

Leading the supporting lineup are Welsh metallers Bullet For My Valentine, whose frontman Matt Tuck said: “We’re extremely excited to kick off next summer at this killer weekender in Malta, curated by Bring Me The Horizon. Looking forward to seeing some friends of ours, and playing a bunch of new tunes for you off of our new album.”

Bring Me The Horizon’s Oli Sykes added: ​“We’re buzzing to be hosting a Bring Me The Horizon themed festival in Malta next year, coming up with as much madness as you’d expect from a fully metal, rock festival.

“As well as our headline set we’re also going to be doing a special throwback set with some songs we haven’t played for years, and have an insane line-up of friends and guests coming out to perform too. It’s basically going to be the greatest weekend ever.”

See the full lineup below.

Meanwhile, Sykes recently collaborated on a new track with American EDM trio Cheat Codes.

‘Dummy’ was released at the end of October, and features on Cheat Codes’ latest album ‘HELLRAISERS, Part 2’. Other guest collaborators include Travis Barker, Tyson Ritter, All Time Low and blackbear.

“Ever since we started Cheat Codes we’ve hated the idea of being kept in a box of one genre,” the band said in a statement about the new release. “We’ve always wanted to be able to experiment, push the envelope, and blur the lines between different types of music.”