Sykes and Cradle’s Dani Filth teamed up last year for the video for Bring Me The Horizon’s Wonderful Life, with the new range of 20 pieces including cut and sewn t-shirts, knitwear, accessories and more – all made using cruelty free materials.
Sykes says: “Ever since I was a kid, Cradle Of Filth have been an enigma to me.
“Ever since I saw their infamous ‘Jesus is a youknowwhat' shirt – widely regarded as the most controversial t-shirt of all time – I fell in love with the band.
“I love their approach to the uber serious clique they're in and their tongue in cheek designs – and the fact that they don't give a monkeys about ruffling a few feathers.”
The range will launch in the UK at Drop Dead’s flagship store in Marshall Street, London, on November 16, while the company have also revealed that a pop-up shop will appear in the centre of Harajuku, Tokyo, from November 15-17 where the range will also be on sale.
Last week, Bring Me The Horizon released their new single Ludens which features on the soundtrack to Hideo Kojima’s new PlayStation 4 game Death Stranding.
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Death Stranding: Timefall
The official soundtrack to Hideo Kojima’s new video game Death Stranding features a range of artists including Bring Me The Horizon, Chvrches and The Neighbourhood.
Hideo Kojima’s highly anticipated new video game sees the player take control of Sam Bridges as he traverses a ravaged landscape crawling with otherworldly threats in order to save mankind.