Editors' Notes Bring Me the Horizon’s mix of metal, electronic music and pop is proof that hard rock still has plenty of room to grow. Even within the band’s own discography, you can hear walls continuously breaking down: Nobody in 2006, for example, probably would’ve guessed that the Sheffield, UK, band would end up absorbing trap rhythms or collaborating with straight-up pop singers like Halsey, but so blow the winds of time. In a way, the band is a callback to the developments of '70s prog-rock: Tirelessly experimental, deadly serious, but driven by an exhilarating sense of creativity. From their metalcore beginnings to their stadium-sized crossover, here’s the screaming, thumping best of Bring Me the Horizon.