Bring Me The Horizon frontman Oli Sykes is preparing to open the doors to his new business venture on Friday (July 6th) in Sheffield, England. Called Church, the venue is located in a historic building known as the Rutland Works and will bring together many of the things that Sykes holds dear, including live music, vegan food, tattoos, retro gaming and South American religious iconography. Sykes, who also owns Drop Dead Clothing, said, “Our building has incredible heritage and I wanted to develop a concept that truly celebrated and developed that legacy.” The concept for the space came after the Drop Dead Clothing staff had a party at the venue, and it was inspired by Sykes’ visit to a bar/arcade in Brazil. Church will hold 220 people and will be open seven days a week. Bring Me The Horizon has been working on its next LP, which the band hopes to release later this year.