web analytics

Music News

Bring Me the Horizon Now Have Their Own Vegan BBQ Sauce

todayJuly 7, 2021 3

Background
share close

Bring Me the Horizon have revealed an official band BBQ sauce for fans of the Oli Sykes-led British rockers to enjoy — and it’s vegan to boot.

A product collaboration with the U.K. condiment maker Lou’s Hot Sauce, the cheekily-named Syko Juice is now available to pre-order, as NME recently pointed out.

Sure to imbue one’s summer barbecues with a spiciness distinctly representative of the rock act, Bring Me the Horizon’s Syko Juice comes in 150 ml. bottles and sells for £10 a pop (roughly $14).

“Beyond stoked to announce that we’ve teamed up with @bmthofficial
to create the sauce of the summer — Syko Juice,” Lou’s tweeted last week (July 2). “Super Smokey BBQ sauce with a big spicy kick, this vegan sauce is the perfect way to crank your barbecues up to the next level.”

For those curious about a full ingredients list, the Bring Me the Horizon BBQ sauce is made from chili peppers (chipotle, jalapeño, ancho), tomato, vinegar (cider, white), brown sugar, onion, garlic, smoked paprika, salt, hickory and mesquite smoke flavor, rapeseed oil and water.

Lou’s also makes a signature sauce for the English rock group You Me at Six.

Bring Me the Horizon are currently working on a trio of EPs to accompany last year’s Post Human: Survival Horror. Last month, BMTH singer Sykes appeared on a crushing new song with Lotus Eater. Before that, he shared a teaser of an unreleased track and asked if it sounded “too crazy.”

Get some Syko Juice at the Lou’s website — it’s expected to begin shipping later this month.

Bring Me the Horizon x Lou’s Brews “Syko Juice” BBQ Sauce

27 Bands Who Were (Mostly) Teenagers When Their Debut Album Came Out



Source link

Written by: admin

Rate it

Previous post

Technology

We’ve got the data to prove it

If you’ve ever felt your noisy open-plan office makes you cranky and sends your heart racing, our new research shows you aren’t imagining it.Prior to the pandemic 70% of office-based employees worked in open-plan offices. Employee complaints about this design are rife.Yet there is little experimental research investigating the effects of office noise on things like cognitive performance, physiological stress , and mood.The results of our study, in experimentally controlled […]

todayJuly 7, 2021 1

Post comments (0)

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


0%