Ed Sheeran and Bring Me The Horizon Write Heavy Metal Collab | Entertainment


Ed Sheeran is planning a heavy metal project with Bring Me The Horizon.

The ‘Bad Habits’ singer teamed up with the ‘Drown’ rockers on a heavy version of his hit single at the BRIT Awards on Tuesday (08.02.22) and he revealed there was more to come.

He told the Daily Star newspaper’s Wired column: “We’re going to write a song together… Performing with Bring Me The Horizon was a dream.

“I contacted [singer Oli Sykes] and we were going to write together but then the pandemic happened, so we were in touch – I’ve been a fan for a long time.

“Oddly, it’s the kind of music I grew up listening to and I had a Kerrang subscription and listened to it constantly.”

The 30-year-old star joked that his song would sound like a “wet fart” if he performed it live solo, and Bring Me The Horizon convinced him their version would work well.

He joked, “I actually said ‘Bad Habits’ would be a bit of a wet fart if I just went up there and played it normally.

“The song is EDM and they took it and made it a whole new thing. I was just like, you know what, these guitars are going to be awesome.

“It was in a week – we emailed each other two weeks ago, recorded it a week ago and rehearsed it three days ago.”

Ed was open to the idea of ​​one day adopting a heavier style, having grown up listening to Cradle of Filth and Slipknot.

Last year, Dani Filth revealed he had been in touch with Ed after a chat on social media and would like them to record a song together for charity.

He said, “I actually emailed him. He really hit base with me. I was invited to his home.

“Well, he said he could come to my house, but I pointed out to him that I don’t have my own bar or village, and it would be better if I went.

“He said he would do anything. Literally. He said he was a huge fan. He seems like a really, really nice guy actually.”

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