A new lyric video from the upcoming Bring Me the Horizon album, Amo, was posted on Sunday.
The clip for "Wonderful Life" features Cradle of Filth singer Dani Filth, who also sings on the track. It begins with a scene of him eating breakfast cereal in full ghoulish costume at home and later intersperses scenes of people engaged in activities such as jogging, mowing the lawn and hosing down a car with Filth shopping at a supermarket, still in costume.
Bring Me the Horizon singer Oli Sykes has revealed that their new single, "Wonderful Life," actually began as a song for Limp Bizkit.
Sykes tells BBC Radio One that he wrote it at a time when he and BMTH keyboardist Jordan Fish were called in to help Fred Durst with material for a new Bizkit album, but that Durst "just didn't show up most of the time."
Sykes doesn't really blame Fred, who he calls a "lovely guy." He feels Durst was being pushed into collaborating with them on new material before he was ready. He admits that even though he and Fish gave Durst "all these ideas," creatively "it was just bad from day one."
Sykes ended up trading vocal parts with Cradle of Filth singer Dani Filth on Bring Me the Horizon's newly released recording of it, which will be on their upcoming album amo, out January 25th.