English rock band Bring Me the Horizon has made a steady progression from their death metal-inspired grindcore debut to melodic metalcore, maturing into a pop-savvy headline act by the end of their first decade together. With each release -- from 2006's caustic Count Your Blessings to 2013 mainstream breakthrough Sempiternal -- they dialed back the blood-curdling screams and injected more melody until capturing an alt-metal balance on their 2015 international chart-topping effort That's the Spirit. By 2019's Amo, they had incorporated elements of electronic and even hip-hop into their edgy, genre-blurring blend.
In the summer of 2018, Bring Me the Horizon continued down an increasingly experimental path with the mainstream-ready anthem "Mantra" and the surprisingly poppy "Medicine." Both tracks landed on their sixth full-length effort, Amo, which was released in early 2019. Their first U.K. chart-topper, Amo incorporated electronic dance elements and trap production, featuring guest appearances by Dani Filth (Cradle of Filth), art-pop singer Grimes, and rapper Rahzel.