'If we got offered that slot we'd make sure it was one to remember'
Will Butler

09:50 8th September 2015

Oli Sykes, frontman of Bring Me The Horizon, has said that the band could and have plans to headline Reading and Leeds in the future.

The Sheffield band's huge Main Stage sets at Reading and Leeds showcased new songs from their forthcoming album, That's The Spirit, as well as old favourites, prior to a monstrous headline performance from Metallica.

Speaking to NME about the band's meteoric rise up the festival bill, Oli Sykes said: "

"We've been doing this for over 10 years now and we've put the graft in," he said. "In the beginning our parents were driving us to some gigs."

"Touring every step of the way has made us appreciate all of this way more. Do we want to headline here someday? It would be amazing. We feel like we could do it justice. If we got offered that slot we'd make sure it was one to remember."

Watch our interview with Oli Sykes below

Bring Me The Horizon are rearing to hit the road in November for their European tour, they teased their performance with a hectic and intimate show at The Rose Theatre in Kingston last Sunday (Sept 6).

To celebrate the release of their new album, the band will be playing another close-quarters gig at The House of Vans this Friday (Sept 10) - be sure to wear padding if you're going.

Dates for the band's UK dates are below with support from Neck Deep and PVRIS, for tickets and more information, visit here.

NOVEMBER

25 - EDINBURGH, Corn Exchange
26 - DONCASTER, The Dome
27 - CARDIFF, Motorpoint Arena
28 - LONDON, Alexandra Palace


Photo: Danny Payne