PICS: Bring Me the Horizon, Sleeping With Sirens at Viejas Arena

Bring Me the Horizon and Sleeping With Sirens tore through Viejas Arena recently.

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Announced back in August, the two bands (and opener Poppy) brought their 'Threesome Tour' through town on Saturday, Oct. 19.
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Bring Me the Horizon are supporting their latest album, "Amo," which was released on Jan. 25, 2019. It marks the band's further departure from metal and more of a progression into electronica and pop.
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The group -- which originally got its start in Sheffield, England -- is comprised of vocalist Oliver Sykes, guitarist Lee Malia, bassist Matt Kean (pictured), drummer Matt Nicholls and keyboardist Jordan Fish.
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BMTH dropped their debut album "Count Your Blessings" in 2006, and followed it in 2008 with "Suicide Season" and 2010's "There Is a Hell Believe Me I've Seen It. There Is a Heaven Let's Keep It a Secret."
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That record propelled them into a major record label deal and resulted in the 2013 release of "Sempiternal" and "That's the Spirit" in 2015. (Guitarist Malia pictured)
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The group ripped through a 17-song set list on Oct. 19, featuring: "Mantra," "Avalanche," "The House of Wolves," "Medicine," "Wonderful Life," "Shadow Moses," "Sugar Honey Ice & Tea"...
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...and "Happy Song," "Nihilist Blues," "Antivist," "Mother Tongue," "Can You Feel My Heart" and "Follow You." Their encore consisted of "Throne" and "Down."
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Sleeping With Sirens -- which originally formed in Orlando, Florida in 2009 -- also put on a great show at Viejas Arena.
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The group is touring in support of this year's "How It Feels to Be Lost," their sixth studio album (out now via Sumerian Records). (Guitarist Nick Martin pictured)
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The band is currently comprised of vocalist Kellin Quinn (pictured), bassist Justin Hills, guitarist Jack Fowler and guitarist Nick Martin.
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The band initially found success thanks to their hit single "If I'm James Dean, You're Audrey Hepburn," off their 2010 debut album "With Ears to See and Eyes to Hear." (Guitarist Fowler pictured)
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They released their sophomore album "Let's Cheers to This" in 2011, followed by "Feel" in 2013, "Madness" in 2015, and "Gossip" in 2017. (Quinn pictured)
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SWS performed a 10-song set list on Oct. 19, including "Leave It All Behind," "Never Enough," "Tally It Up: Settle the Score," "Blood Lines," "Medicine (Devil in My Head)"... (Bassist Hills pictured)
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...along with "Break Me Down," "Agree to Disagree," "How It Feels to Be Lost," "Kick Me" and "If You Can't Hang." (Quinn pictured)
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