The line will include 20 different pieces and launches in the UK Nov. 16.
Oli Sykes is more well-known for his vocals with Bring Me the Horizon than he is for making clothes. But, the musician has now partnered with fellow frontman Dani Filth for a clothing line. The line includes t-shirts, knitwear, outerwear and accessories. All of the items are constructed using cruelty-free materials as well.
“Ever since I was a kid, Cradle of Filth have been an enigma to me. Ever since I saw their infamous ‘Jesus is a youknowwhat’ shirt — widely regarded as the most controversial t-shirt of all time — I fell in love with the band.” Sykes says on the collaboration. “I love their approach to the über-serious clique they’re in and their tongue-in-cheek designs — and the fact that they don’t give a monkeys about ruffling a few feathers.”
The collection launches in Drop Dead’s flagship London store Nov. 16. A popup shop is also opening for Drop Dead in Tokyo from Nov. 15-17. Check out the launch poster below.
Drop Dead clothing and news can all be found here.
More Bring Me the Horizon
Since then, Bring Me The Horizon have been on their First Love World Tour, which is where you can currently find them crushing shows in parts of Asia.
The band shared “Ludens” last week, which marks the first new song since amo dropped in January.
The single can be found on the forthcoming soundtrack Death Stranding: Timefall (Original Music from the world of Death Stranding). The highly anticipated video game was released on Playstation 4 on Nov. 8, with its soundtrack from RCA Records and Sony Interactive Entertainment released just the day before.
The adrenaline-inducing game takes place in the near future in the United States, after mysterious explosions cause a series of supernatural events known as the Death Stranding. With odd creatures from a realm between life and death, a Bring Me The Horizon banger seems to be the perfect match.
Yesterday, the band shared their new action-packed music video for “Ludens, which you can check out below.
What do you think of the Oli Sykes and Dani Filth collaboration? I guess we’ll find out what the pieces look like this weekend.