If it was just people believing in God had no effect on the world, then it wouldn't matter.
Then you can believe in what you want, if you want an imaginary friend that lives in the clouds that's fine.
When I got out of that rehab, I didn't want to scream anymore, I wanted to sing from the fucking rooftops." The videos were uploaded to You Tube, leading to outrage from many Bring Me the Horizon fans which resulted in hate mail being sent to Carter.
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He is also featured on a music video of American rock band A Day to Remember music video All I Want. Skrillex has also remixed a Bring Me the Horizon song "The Sadness Will Never End" off their 2008 album Suicide Season which the remix was featured on the Cut Up! In addition to his vocal and song writing contributions in Bring Me the Horizon, Sykes is also the founder and owner of the alternative clothing line Drop Dead Clothing. On February 1, 2013, Sykes launched a Kickstarter project to fund a graphic novel created by him and Drop Dead Clothing artist Ben Ashton-Bell, entitled Raised By Raptors.
Sykes has also collaborated with DJ Skrillex as the backing vocals of a Bring Me the Horizon song "Visions" off the Bring Me the Horizon album There is a Hell. With a £15,000 goal, the project exceeded its target within weeks of launching, attaining a final total of £39,223.
Sykes has also created the graphic novel Raised by Raptors with Drop Dead Clothing artist Ben Ashton-Bell.
Oliver Sykes was born 20 November 1986 in Ashford, Kent, England.
I couldn't understand why I needed a god or, in my opinion, something that doesn't exist." In an interview with in 2013, he also stated "in my opinion, I don't think believing in God is a victimless crime.
It's not that I'm right and everyone else is wrong.
In 2006, when asked about the lyrics of Count Your Blessings, as they had been criticised for their content solely fixated on heartbreak to other themes that were called "shallow and meaningless", he responded "My life's never been that bad so I've not got that much to talk about".