Senin, 29 Oktober 2012

Cash register sharp

panduan menggunakan mesin kasir cash register sharp xe a 203

SETTING MESIN KASIR SHARP



Meski pun mesin kasir/cash register sharp XE A 203 sudah tidak beredar/discontinue dipasaran namun untuk anda yang sudah menggunakan atau baru beli dan kesulitan mengoprasikan mesin kasir cash register sharp XE a 203 tersebut.
Berikut Ini kami ada sedikit panduan yang mungkin bisa membantu anda

Cara memasang kertas dan batrai pada mesin kasir cash register sharp Xe a 203
Perhatikan gambar dibawah ini
Cara mengganti baterai mesin kasir cash register sharp xe a 203
Posisi kunci di REG -Buka cover penutup baterai - Nyalakan mesin cash register - Pasang 3 buah baterai AA 1.5V - Tutup cover penutup baterai
Perhatian : Gantilah segera baterai jika sudah menunjukkan “Low Bat” Saat mennganti batarai mesin dalam kedaaan ON dan kunci di REG.
cara memasang kertas pada mesin kasir cash register sharp xe a 203
posisi mesin ON - tekan tuas hijau - angkat cover head - pasang kertas - tutup cover head - pasang cover luar - siap transaksi

Pada awal anda menyalakan mesin kasir maka akan timbul angka 00.0
Kemudian anda dapat menset terlebih dahulu mesin kasir tersebut dengan cara berikut :

SETTING TANGGAL DAN JAM MESIN KASIR CASH REGISTER SHARP XE A 203
Pastikan kunci diposisi PGM
Masukkan tanggal format (ddmmyyyy) #/TM/ST
Masukkan jam format (hhmm) #/TM/ST
Contoh : Format tanggal 31102010 #/TM/ST (tanggal 31 Oktober 2010)
Format jam 0830 #/TM/ST (jam 08:30)
Setelah sukses anda dapat melanjutkan dengan cara dibawah ini

SETTING AWAL MESIN KASIR CASH REGISTER SHARP XE A 203
Pastikan kunci diposisi PGM
kemudian tekan
#/TM/ST
90 X 0 TL/NS #TMST
7 X 00100110 #TMST
61 X 00100110 #TMST
63 X 01010001 #TMST
64 X 11110000 #TMST
68 X 00000000 #TMST
TLNS
Selesai sudah mesin kasir/cash register siap untuk anda pakai

Kemudian anda dapat mengisiskan nama departement product anda,nama product,nama toko,dan nama kasir

misal dalam hal ini kami contohkan berikut :
Departement : Rokok
PLU/nama barang : Surya 16

maka anda dapat membuat departement dengan cara berikut :
Sebelumnya anda dapat mengelompokan terlebih dahulu untuk departement masing-masing product anda
misal departement 01 = Rokok
departement 02 = minuman
dan seterusnya
kemudian anda dapat membuat nama barang untuk produk anda dengan cara berikut ini :
(catatan : maximal 1200 item product )


MEMBUAT NAMA BARANG PADA MESIN KASIR CASH REGISTER SHARP
Posisi kunci PGM
Tekan Kode barang (01 s/d 1200 ) - lalu Tekan PLU/sub - kemudian Tekan (00)
Isi nama barang (misal surya 16 ) - lalu tekan #/TM/ST -
Isi harga barang tersebut misal harga rokok surya 16 Rp.12,000 - lalu tekan #/TM/ST
Isi Kelompok/Departemen ( seperti contoh diatas misal departement rokok kode 01,maka anda tekan angka 01 ) - kemudian tekan #/TM/ST

lakukan hingga item product anda selesai anda daftarkan

untuk menutup program tekan TL/NS

Jika ada kesalahan tekan cl hingga layar pada mesin kasir menjadi 0 lagi
kemudian ulangi langkah diatas

MEMBUAT NAMA KASIR PADA MESIN KASIR CASH REGISTER SHARP
tekan #/TM/ST - lalu tekan angka 5 - kemudian tekan titik (.) - isikan kode kasir - lalu tekan tanda X
isikan nama kasir anda - dan tekan #/TM/ST

Lakukan hingga anda selesai memasukan semua nama kasir anda
Apabila selesai tekan TL/NS

MEMBUAT NAMA TOKO PADA HEADER/KOP STRUK KASIR MESIN CASH REGISTER
Tekan #/TM/ST - tekan angka 4 - kemudian tekan titik (.) - No Baris Kop (1 s/d 3 ) - lalu tekan tanda X -kemudian Isi nama Toko - Tekan #/TM/ST
apabila selesai tekan TL/NS

Contoh :
Hockey no baris header/kop 1
Computindo no baris header/kop 2
com no baris header/kop 3
maka tampilan pada struk sbb :
HOCKEY
COMPUTINDO
COM

MEMBUAT KALIMAT PADA FOOTER STRUK KASIR MESIN CASH REGISTER
Cara oprasional nya sama seperti pada header/kop namun disini beda nya untuk no baris kop hanya 4 s/d 6 untuk footer nya.

Tekan #/TM/ST - tekan angka 4 - kemudian tekan titik (.) - No Baris Kop (4 s/d 6 ) - lalu tekan tanda X -kemudian Isi nama Toko - Tekan #/TM/ST
apabila selesai tekan TL/NS


Contoh :
TERIMA KASIH no baris header/kop 1
ATAS no baris header/kop 2
KUNJUNGAN ANDA no baris header/kop 3
maka tampilan pada struk sbb :
TERIMA KASIH
ATAS
KUNJUNGAN ANDA



MEMULAI TRANSAKSI PADA MESIN KASIR CASH REGISTER XE A 203 SHARP
Jika langkah diatas sudah anda input semua kemudian anda dapat melakukan transaksi dengan cara berikut :
Pastikan terlebih dahulu berapa jumlah uang untuk saldo awal laci/drawer mesin kasir cash register anda

kemudian anda memasukan modal awal saldo anda dengan cara berikut :
tekan tombol modal awal (jumlah angka/rupiah)
tekan tombol RA
masukkan modal ke dalam laci
tekan tombol CL untuk memulai transaksi

MENJUAL DENGAN MENGGUNAKAN NAMA BARANG PADA MESIN KASIR CASH REGISTER SHARP XE A 203
Pastikan posisi kunci di REG
tekan angka produk anda ( misal untuk rokok surya seperti contoh diatas menggunakan angka 1 )
lalu anda tekan kode PLU - maka dilayar akan otomatis muncul nama + harga barang tersebut ( dalam contoh : surya 16 + harganya )
Lalu tekan #/TM/ST
Tekan sesuai dengan harga
Lalu tekan TL/NS transaksi selesai dan laci kasir akan otomatis membuka

PEMBATALAN TRANSAKSI PADA MESIN KASIR/CASH REGISTER SHARP 203
Untuk pembatalan pada transaksi sesudah dan sebelum print struk kasir bisa anda lihat pada panduan dibawah ini



Petunjuk dan fungsi tombol mesin kasir sharp XE A 203
perhatikan pada gambar demikian dengan langkah langkah nya dibawah ini :
TANDA KUNCI MESIN KASIR CASH REGISTER SHARP XE A 203
OP : Operator, dipakai mulai , OP,X/Z, REG
MA : Manager, bisa dipakai di semua posisi kunci

POSISI KUNCI MESIN KASIR CASH REGISTER SHARP XE A 203
PGM : dipakai untuk program
REG : dipakai untuk melakukan transaksi
X1/Z1 : dipakai untuk mencetak laporan harian/mingguan sementara
X2/Z2 : dipakai untuk mencetak laporan akhir bulanan



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Senin, 22 Oktober 2012

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Logo Linkin Park
Latar belakang
Nama lainXero (1996–1998)
Hybrid Theory (1998–1999)
AsalAgoura Hills, California, AS
GenreNu metal, rapcore, alternative rock
Tahun aktif1996–sekarang
LabelWarner Bros., Machine Shop
Artis terkaitDead by Sunrise, Fort Minor, Jay-Z
Situs resmiwww.linkinpark.com
Anggota
Chester Bennington
Rob Bourdon
Brad Delson
Dave Farrell
Joe Hahn
Mike Shinoda
Mantan anggota
Mark Wakefield
Kyle Christener
Scott Koziol
Linkin Park adalah grup musik beraliran nu metal dan rock alternatif yang berasal dari Agoura Hills, California, di Amerika Serikat. Mereka sempat beberapa kali berganti nama, antara lain Xero, Hybrid Theory, hingga nama Linkin Park sampai sekarang. Nama "Linkin Park" sendiri merupakan plesetan dari nama sebuah taman di Los Angeles, Lincoln Park.
Sebelum Chester Bennington menjadi vokalis Linkin Park, Mark Wakefield lebih dulu menjadi vokalisnya. Namun, ia keluar dari Linkin Park untuk mencari proyek lain (menjadi manajer grup band Taproot)– saat itu menggunakan nama Hybrid Theory – untuk menjadi manajer grup musik Taproot. Bassis Dave Farrell alias "Phoenix" juga pernah keluar sebentar dari Linkin Park untuk mengikuti tur bersama band lamanya, Tasty Snax. Sedangkan 4 personel lainnya – Brad Delson, Mike Shinoda, Joe Hahn, dan Rob Bourdon – selalu bertahan di Linkin Park sejak awal pembentukannya.
Linkin Park telah merilis 5 album studio, yaitu Hybrid Theory, Meteora, Minutes to Midnight, A Thousand Suns, dan Living Things. Linkin Park juga merilis album Live in Texas, Reanimation, dan Collision Course, serta Hybrid Theory EP. Linkin Park sukses dalam memopulerkan lagu-lagunya seperti Crawling, In the End, Numb, Somewhere I Belong, dan What I've Done. Secara total, album-album Linkin Park telah terjual sebanyak 50 juta keping.

Daftar isi

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Sejarah

Awal mula

Awal pembentukan Linkin Park yaitu pertemuan Mike Shinoda dan Brad Delson (gitaris Linkin Park) di kelas 7. Lalu mereka membentuk band bernama Xero. Brad juga bermain untuk band Relative Degree, salah satu personelnya yaitu Rob Bourdon (drummer Linkin Park). Mike berkenalan dengan Rob melalui Brad dan Rob bergabung dengan Xero. Saat kuliah, Brad berkenalan dengan Dave "Phoenix" Farrell (bassis Linkin Park) yang merupakan teman sekamar Brad. Mike, yang mengambil jurusan ilustrasi di Universitas Seni Pasadena, bertemu dengan Joe Hahn (turntablis Linkin Park). Kemudian, Dave Farrell dan Joe Hahn bergabung bersama Xero. Dave sempat meninggalkan Xero untuk bergabung kembali ke band lamanya, Tasty Snax.
Mulanya, mereka merekrut Mark Wakefield sebagai vokalis, lalu diambil alih oleh Chester Bennington (mantan vokalis Grey Daze) sampai sekarang, sedangkan Mike lalu jadi rapper. Sialnya, karena nama Xero sudah dipakai grup lain, mereka terpaksa mengganti nama menjadi Hybrid Theory. Lalu setelah ditolak 3 kali, Hybrid Theory berhasil diterima oleh sebuah perusahaan rekaman bernama Warner Bros. Records setelah sukses meluncurkan EP yang berjudul Hybrid Theory EP pada tahun 1999 sebanyak seribu keping. Namun, pada saat itu Mike sempat memiliki masalah dengan Jeff Blue, managernya. Jeff Blue mengatakan bahwa Mike tidak usah rapping, cukup bermain keyboard saja. Kejadian ini menginspirasi Mike untuk menulis lagu Get Me Gone (Fort Minor)
Sekali lagi, mereka terpaksa mengganti nama karena nama Hybrid Theory mirip dengan nama grup musik Hybrid yang berasal dari Wales. Daripada dianggap band yang sama, mereka memilih berubah nama lagi menjadi Linkin Park. Namun, sebelum bernama Linkin Park, mereka sempat mengganti namanya menjadi 0818. Nama ini juga baru diketahui pada pertengahan 2009, saat Brad Delson berbicara di acara wisuda di UCLA, Los Angeles, pertengahan 2009 lalu. Nama Linkin Park diambil Chester dari nama sebuah taman di Los Angeles, Lincoln Park. Agar bisa mengelola situs web sendiri, Chester mengubah ejaannya menjadi Linkin Park. Setelah itu, mereka berhasil membeli situs web [http://www.linkinpark.com/ LinkinPark

[sunting] Hybrid Theory (2000-2002)

Linkin Park saat konser di Praha, Ceko.
Linkin Park meluncurkan album pertamanya, Hybrid Theory, pada tanggal 24 Oktober 2000 dengan singel pertama One Step Closer. Namun, yang lebih terkenal adalah singel Crawling dan In the End. Lagu ini telah membuat Linkin Park menjadi populer. Penjualan album itu melebihi 15 juta keping. Linkin Park lalu merilis edisi spesial dari Hybrid Theory, dengan 2 lagu baru High Voltage (Reprise) dan My December (lagu).
Linkin Park lalu merilis album aransemen ulang dari Hybrid Theory, Reanimation. Album ini pun meraih kesuksesan dengan penjualan kira-kira 10 juta kopi. Singelnya, Pts.Of.Athrty, tidak sepopuler singel di Hybrid Theory, namun cukup terkenal. Linkin Park, melalui Mike Shinoda dan Joseph Hahn, juga sempat bekerja sama dengan band The X-ecutioners dalam pembuatan singel It's Goin' Down. Linkin Park juga membentuk kelompok fans mereka bernama Linkin Park Underground, serta mulai mengadakan tur sendiri bernama Projekt Revolution, setelah sering diundang ke festival musik.

Meteora (2002-2004)

Tanggal 25 Maret 2003, Linkin Park merilis album kedua bertitel Meteora. Nama tersebut diambil dari nama tempat ibadah di atas puing-puing di Yunani. Album ini juga meraih kesuksesan dengan penjualan kira-kira 11 juta kopi. Singelnya adalah Somewhere I Belong, Faint, Numb, From the Inside, Lying from You, dan Breaking the Habit.
Meteora memenangkan banyak penghargaan. Antara lain Penghargaan MTV kategori "Video Rock Terbaik" untuk lagu "Somewhere I Belong" dan "Penghargaan Pilihan Pemirsa" (Breaking The Habit). Linkin Park juga memenangkan penghargaan lain yaitu "Penghargaan Musik Radio 2004", "Penghargaan Artis Tahun Ini" dan "Penghargaan Lagu Tahun Ini" melalui lagu "Numb". Meskipun album Meteora tidak sesukses Hybrid Theory album ini masuk 3 besar penjualan album di Amerika Serikat tahun 2003.
Linkin Park juga mengadakan Projekt Revolution Tour ke-2 serta sibuk ikut konser. Di sela-sela waktu itu, Linkin Park berhasil menyelesaikan rekaman album konser mereka, "Live In Texas", yang berisi lagu-lagu saat konser Linkin Park di Texas.

[sunting] Proyek sampingan

Mike Shinoda saat diwawancarai oleh MTV Thailand di Bangkok, Thailand.
Atas permintaan MTV, Linkin Park berkolaborasi dengan Jay Z dalam album "Collision Course". Materi album ini adalah remix dari sebagian lagu-lagu Linkin Park dalam album "Hybrid Theory" dan "Meteora" serta lagu-lagu Jay Z dalam album "Blueprint" serta "The Black Album". Album tersebut dirilis tahun 2004 dan menghasilkan 2 singel, yaitu Numb/Encore yang mendapat penghargaan Grammy kategori "Lagu Rap Terbaik" dan "Kolaborasi Terbaik".
Pada tahun 2005, Linkin Park lebih mengutamakan konser amal. Mereka membantu korban tsunami pada bulan Desember 2004 dalam konser bertajuk Music For Relief. Linkin Park juga membantu mengumpulkan uang untuk korban Badai Katrina tahun 2004. Sementara itu, Mike Shinoda bergabung dengan Fort Minor dalam album "The Rising Tied". Chester Bennington juga punya proyek solo yang dinamai Snow White Tan yang selanjutnya populer dengan nama Dead By Sunrise.
Pada 13 Oktober 2009, Dead By Sunrise meluncurkan album perdananya, yang berjudul Out Of Ashes. Namun sebelum mereka meluncurkan album, mereka terlebih dahulu merilis sebuah singel, yaitu Crawl Back In.
Linkin Park dan Artifical Life Inc. juga rencananya akan merilis game untuk iPhone dan iPod Touch, Linkin Park: 8-Bit Rebellion, pada Januari 2010.

Minutes to Midnight

Pada tahun 2006, mereka mulai merekam materi untuk album terbaru Linkin Park, yaitu "Minutes To Midnight". Banyak yang mengkritik Linkin Park karena sering tertunda peluncurannya. Walaupun begitu, Linkin Park menjamin bahwa album tanggal 14 Mei 2007 ini pantas untuk dikoleksi. Menurut Linkin Park, mereka menamai album barunya "Minutes To Midnight" (menit-menit menuju tengah malam) karena adanya isu nuklir di bumi ini yang dapat menghancurkan dunia pada saat tengah malam.
Sebanyak 100 lagu demo telah diciptakan namun hanya 12 yang dimasukkan ke dalam album. Tidak heran kalau album ini direkam selama 14 bulan. Dalam album Minutes To Midnight, unsur musik nu metal kurang kental. Walaupun demikian, album ini tetap digemari. Buktinya adalah album ini terjual hampir sebanyak 625 ribu kopi dalam pekan pertamanya (sebuah rekor dalam tahun 2007). Album studio ketiga ini diproduseri oleh Mike Shinoda dan Rick Rubin, mantan personel Beastie Boys. Singel pertamanya, "What I've Done", sudah mulai diputar di radio pada tanggal 2 April 2007. Minutes To Midnight juga menduduki tangga teratas Billboard. Pada tanggal 20 Agustus 2007, Linkin Park merilis singel keduanya, yaitu "Bleed It Out". Dan, pada bulan Oktober, Linkin Park merilis singel "Shadow of the Day". Lalu disusul dengan Given Up (Maret 2008), dan singel terakhir dari "Minutes To Midnight", Leave Out All The Rest (Juli 2008).
Lagu "No Roads Left" bisa didapatkan melalui pemesanan lewat iTunes. Sementara lagu "Qwerty" bisa didapatkan di EP berjudul Linkin Park Underground v6.0.
Mereka juga merilis lagu "New Divide" yang dipakai untuk soundtrack film terbaru Transformers yaitu Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.Lagu ini juga sudah mencapai posisi 6 di Amerika Serikat, di Inggris mencapai posisi 20, dan mendapat penghargaan dalam kategori "Best Scream Song of the Year" di Spike TV.

[sunting] A Thousand Suns (2008-2011)

Belakangan ini banyak yang berkata bahwa Linkin Park telah "mati". Padahal tidak. Mereka bahkan sedang bekerja pada album studio keempat mereka. Lagi-lagi Rick Rubin yang menjadi produsernya. Sampai pada Bulan November 2009, mereka sedang fokus pada 5 lagu, setelah sebelumnya terdapat 60 lagu demo, kemudian disaring menjadi 20. Durasinya pun akan lebih panjang dari lagu-lagu Linkin Park lain pada umumnya (sekitar 4-5 menit). Dan, untuk ke depannya, setelah album keempat A Thousand Suns dirilis, Linkin Park berjanji akan berusaha mengeluarkan album barunya lebih cepat.

Living Things (2011-sekarang)

Pada tanggal 15 April 2012, Shinoda mengumumkan melalui situsnya bahwa Living Things yang akan menjadi judul album kelima Linkin Park, dengan penjualan pre-release untuk memulai pada 16 April. Mike Shinoda menyatakan bahwa mereka memilih The Living Things karena album ini lebih banyak tentang orang, interaksi pribadi, dan itu jauh lebih pribadi dari album mereka sebelumnya. Band ini akan mempromosikan album pada edisi 2012 dari Honda Civic Tour, dengan headliners co Incubus. Band ini menampilkan "Burn It Down" pada 2012 Billboard Music Awards. Pada tanggal 24 Mei band ini merilis video musik untuk "Burn It Down" dan debutnya "Lies Greed Misery", lagu lain dari The Living Things, di BBC Radio 1. "Powerless", lagu kedua belas dan penutupan album, akan tampil dalam kredit menutup untuk film Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.

Jenis musik

Aliran

Chester Bennington, vokalis Linkin Park, saat konser di The Globe Arena di Stockholm, Swedia.
Pada awal pembentukannya, Linkin Park beraliran rock. Setelah masuknya seorang DJ atau turntablis bernama Joe Hahn, Linkin Park mengganti alirannya menjadi hip-hop. Namun, pada album Hybrid Theory, Linkin Park mengganti lagi alirannya menjadi nu metal dan rapcore. Demikian juga pada album Meteora, hanya saja Linkin Park juga menambahkan unsur elektronika.
Pada album Minutes To Midnight, segalanya berubah total. Linkin Park benar-benar mengurangi unsur nu metal secara spesifik. Sebagai gantinya, Linkin Park menggunakan aliran alternative rock. Ini jelas sebuah eksperimen mengingat kesuksesan Linkin Park dengan genre nu metal dalam album sebelumnya. Tetapi, ternyata eksperimen itu berhasil.

Teknis

Linkin Park jarang menggunakan teknik melodi gitar namun petikan gitar. Selain itu, rap dari Mike Shinoda sering muncul di banyak lagu. Terkadang Chester berteriak dalam beberapa lagu.
Lagi-lagi, perubahan terjadi di album Minutes To Midnight. Linkin Park mengurangi unsur rap dari Mike. Rapnya hanya ada di 2 lagu, yaitu Bleed It Out dan Hands Held High. Sementara vokal Chester lebih dominan dibanding sebelumnya. Linkin Park juga bermain lebih lembut.

Linkin Park Underground

Ini adalah kelompok penggemar Linkin Park yang dibentuk tahun 2001 oleh Linkin Park dan Jessica Sklar. Jika bergabung dengan LPU (singkatannya) maka bisa memperoleh merchandise khusus untuk anggota LPU. Seperti kaus, asbak, buku, ringtone ekslusif, lagu ekslusif, video eksklusif, dan album LPU setiap tahunnya. Sejauh ini album LP Underground v9.0 merupakan terobosan terbaik, karena di dalam album itu seluruh lagunya adalah lagu-lagu demo yang belum pernah dirilis oleh Linkin Park sebelumnya. Ditambah lagi ada lagu demo Across The Line, sebuah lagu yang paling banyak dibicarakan pada forum Linkin Park sejak DVD Making of Minutes to Midnight dirilis. Lagu ini sebelumnya memiliki judul Japan.

Anggota

Anggota Sekarang

  1. Chester Benningtonvokal
  2. Rob Bourdondrum
  3. Brad Delsongitar
  4. Dave "Phoenix" Farrellbass
  5. Joe Hahnturntable, keyboard , sampling
  6. Mike Shinodabacking vocal, sampling, rap, keyboard, gitar

Mantan Anggota

  1. Mark Wakefield – Vokal
  2. Scott Koziol – Bass (Stand-in)
  3. Kyle Christener – Bass (Stand-in)
  4. Ian Hornbeck - Bass (Stand-in)

Timeline

Diskografi

Artikel utama: Diskografi Linkin Park

Album Studio

  1. Hybrid Theory - 24 Oktober 2000
  2. Reanimation - 30 Juli 2002
  3. Meteora - 25 Maret 2003
  4. Minutes to Midnight - 15 Mei 2007
  5. Songs From The Underground EP - 27 November 2008
  6. A Thousand Suns - 14 September 2010
  7. Living Things - 26 Juni 2012

Album Linkin Park Underground

  1. LP Underground v1.0 (HTEP Re-release) (2001)
  2. LP Underground v2.0 (2002)
  3. LP Underground v3.0 (2003)
  4. LP Underground v4.0 (2004)
  5. LP Underground v5.0 (2005)
  6. LP Underground v6.0 (2006)
  7. LP Underground v7.0 (2007)
  8. LP Underground v8.0 (2008)
  9. LP Underground v9.0 (2009)
  10. LP Underground X : Demos (2010)
  11. LP Underground Eleven (2011)

Album Konser

  1. Live In Texas - 18 November 2003
  2. Road to Revolution: Live at Milton Keynes - 24 November 2008
  3. Live From SoHo (iTunes Exclusive EP) (2008)

Album Singel

  1. One Step Closer (2001)
  2. Crawling (2001)
  3. Papercut (2001)
  4. In The End, Pt.1 (2001)
  5. In The End, Pt.2 (2001)
  6. In The End EP (2002)
  7. Pts.of.Athrty (2002)
  8. Somewhere I Belong (2003)
  9. Faint (2003)
  10. Numb, Pt.1(2003)
  11. Numb, Pt.2 (2003)
  12. From The Inside (2004)
  13. Breaking The Habit (2004)
  14. MTV Ultimate Mash-Ups Presents: Collision Course - Numb/Encore - Exlusive (2004)
  15. Numb/Encore (2004)
  16. What I've Done (2007)
  17. Bleed It Out (2007)
  18. Shadow Of The Day (2007)
  19. Given Up (2008)
  20. Leave Out All The Rest (2008)
  21. New Divide (2009)
  22. The Catalyst (2010)
  23. Waiting For The End (2010)
  24. Burning In The Skies (2011)
  25. Iridescent (2011)
  26. Burn It Down (2012)
  27. Lies Greed Miserry (2012)
  28. Lost In The Echo (2012)
  29. Castle of Glass (2012)

Album Demo

  1. Hybrid Theory 8 Track Demo (1999)
  2. Hybrid Theory 2 Track Demo (1999)
  3. Hybrid Theory 9 Track Demo (1999)
  4. Raw Power (2000)
  5. The Wicked World Of Warner Bros./Reprise: Ozzfest Sampler 2000 (2000)
  6. Hybrid Theory Sampler Tape (2000)
  7. Linkin Park Sampler Tape (2000)

 Album Remix

  1. Reanimation - 30 Juli 2002
  2. Collision Course - 30 November 2004

Beberapa band yang berhubungan dengan Linkin Park

  1. Fort Minor - Proyek sampingan Mike Shinoda
  2. Dead By Sunrise - Proyek sampingan Chester Bennington
  3. Hybrid Theory - Nama lama Linkin Park
  4. Xero - Nama lama Linkin Park
  5. Tasty Snax - Band lama Dave "Phoenix" Farrell
  6. Grey Daze - Band lama Chester Bennington
  7. Julien-K - Band yang bekerjasama dengan Chester Bennington di side-project mereka, Dead By Sunrise

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Senin, 15 Oktober 2012

BRING ME THE HORIZON

Bring Me the Horizon

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Bring Me the Horizon

Bring Me the Horizon at Arena, Vienna in 2011
Background information
OriginSheffield, England
GenresMetalcore, deathcore
Years active2004–present
LabelsRCA, Epitaph, Shock, Visible Noise, Earache, Thirty Days of Night
Associated actsI Killed the Prom Queen, Bleeding Through
Websitewww.bringmethehorizon.co.uk
Members
Oliver Sykes
Lee Malia
Matt Kean
Matt Nicholls
Jona Weinhofen
Past members
Curtis Ward
Bring Me the Horizon are a British metalcore band from Sheffield, Yorkshire. Formed in 2004, the group consists of lead vocalist Oliver Sykes, lead guitarist Lee Malia, rhythm guitarist Jona Weinhofen, bassist Matt Kean and drummer Matt Nicholls. They are currently signed to RCA in the UK, Epitaph Records in the US and to Shock Records in Australia. Their music has been said to be influenced diversely by grindcore, death metal and emo. While their earlier work is noted for its strong influence from American metalcore bands,[1] they started to adopt a more eclectic style of metalcore in future releases. They have released three studio albums and one extended play. The band's name is derived from the final line of the film Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, in which Captain Jack Sparrow says "Now, bring me that horizon."[2][3]
The band released their debut album Count Your Blessings on 30 October 2006 in the UK. Their second album, Suicide Season was released 29 September 2008, while a remix of the album titled Suicide Season: Cut Up! was released a year later in November. Prior to the release of the special edition of Suicide Season: Cut Up!, founding rhythm guitarist Curtis Ward left the band due to commitment issues.[4] He was later replaced with Jona Weinhofen, formerly of I Killed the Prom Queen. Bring Me the Horizon's third studio album There Is a Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It. There Is a Heaven, Let's Keep It a Secret. was released 4 October 2010.

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[edit] History

[edit] Formation, debut EP and debut album (2004–2007)

Bring Me the Horizon was formed in March 2004 after all the founding members, who had all been a part of several local and separately defunct bands were noticed by Thirty Days of Night Records and formed the band while signing them, being the first band ever signed to the label.[1][5] In the months following their formation Bring Me the Horizon created a demo album, titled Bedroom Sessions, featuring two songs that would be re-recorded for their debut release. The demo featured three tracks: Shed Light / Metal Song, Who Want's Flowers When You're Dead? Nobody. and an instrumental version of Rawwwrr![5]
The group released their first EP, This Is What the Edge of Your Seat Was Made For on 2 October 2004. The EP was recorded in Nottingham over the course of two weekends, recording the drums and bass guitar in the first weekend and then guitars and vocals in the second weekend in the studio.[6] It was re-released on 20 January 2005 through Visible Noise.[1] The re-release of the EP gained the band a significant amount of attention, peaking at 41 on the UK album charts.[7]
In 2006 Bring me the horizon was awarded Best British Newcomer at the 2006 Kerrang! Awards ceremony.[5] They released their debut, full-length album Count Your Blessings in October 2006 in the United Kingdom and in August 2007 in the United States. Across late November and December 2006 Bring Me the Horizon accompanied Lostprophets and The Blackout in a UK tour.[8] In January 2007 Bring Me the Horizon replaced Bury Your Dead on Killswitch Engage's European headline tour. The slot as a support was offered as Bury Your Dead withdrew from the tour because of their vocalist, Mat Bruso, leaving the band.[9]

[edit] Suicide Season and Ward's departure (2008–2009)

Lead singer, Oliver Sykes performing in Toronto, Ontario.
Bring Me the Horizon recorded their second studio album Suicide Season in Sweden with Fredrik Nordström. It was promoted viraly in the weeks following up to its release with the tagline "September is Suicide Season".[10] In promotion of the new material from Suicide Season, the band embarked on their first headline tour of the United States, as well as appearing in the 2008 Warped Tour. In May 2008 Bring Me the Horizon was the main supporting band on I Killed the Prom Queen's farewell tour in Australia with The Ghost Inside and The Red Shore as supports.[11] Although the tour was short (nine days long), it sold out rapidly.[12] On 18 September 2008 Suicide Season was released in the United States on Epitaph and 29 September in Europe through Visible Noise.
In 2009 Bring Me the Horizon attended the 2009 Kerrang! Tour alongside Black Tide, Dir En Grey, In Case of Fire and Mindless Self Indulgence.[13] They also joined Thursday, Cancer Bats, Four Year Strong and Pierce the Veil on the North American leg of Taste of Chaos 2009 across February to April. In March 2009 during the Taste of Chaos tour, guitarist Curtis Ward left the band.[4] The band's guitar technician, Dean Rowbotham substituted for Ward on the remaining dates of Taste of Chaos, followed by Australian guitarist Jona Weinhofen, formerly of Bleeding Through and I Killed the Prom Queen, before being asked to join the group on a permanent basis.[14]
In November 2009 Bring Me the Horizon released a remixed version of Suicide Season, titled Suicide Season: Cut Up! Musicians and producers featured on the album include Ben Weinman, Sony "Skrillex" Moore, L’Amour La Morgue, Utah Saints and Shawn Crahan of the band Slipknot.[15] Musically, the album crosses in with many different genres; including electronica, drum and bass, hip-hop and dubstep. The dubstep style of the record has been acknowledged in tracks from Tek-one another illuminati band[16] and Skrillex while the hip-hop elements are found in Travis McCoy's remix of Chelsea Smile. The Dillinger Escape Plan member, Benjamin Weinman's version of "No Need for Introductions I've Read About Girls Like You on the Backs of Toilet Doors" is considerably the most unique with its incorporation of industrial music.[17] Later on, Sykes guested on the Admiral's Arms song "Dawn of the New Age", which appeared on the EP Stories Are Told, released on the same month as Suicide Season: Cut Up!.

[edit] There Is a Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It. There Is a Heaven, Let's Keep It a Secret. (2010–2011)

The band's third album and first with their new rhythm guitarist Jona Weinhofen, titled There Is a Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It. There Is a Heaven, Let's Keep It a Secret., was released 4 October 2010 and debuted at number 17 on the Billboard 200 in the US,[18] number 13 on the UK Album Chart,[19] and number 1 on the Australian Albums Chart,[20] the UK Rock Chart[21] and the UK Indie Chart.[22] Despite reaching number 1 in Australia, the album's sales were the lowest for a number 1 album in the history of the ARIA charts.[23]
Jona Weinhofen performing live with Bring Me the Horizon in 2009; he joined the band in 2009 after leaving Bleeding Through.
Matt Nicholls describes the lyrical themes of There Is a Hell being "repercussions of everything we were singing about on our last CD [Suicide Season]", describing the music and lyrics as being a lot more moodier and darker.[6] In 2010 members of Bring Me the Horizon (Jona Weinhofen, Lee Malia and Oli Sykes) guested on This One's For You by Australian rapcore band Deez Nuts (Sykes providing vocals on "If You Don't Know Now You Know"). Five singles total were released from the album including: "It Never Ends", "Anthem", "Blessed with a Curse", "Visions", and "Alligator Blood", with music videos included for each of the songs. The band embarked on a headline tour in intimate venues across the United Kingdom with support from Cancer Bats and Tek-one.[24]
In December 2010 Bring Me the Horizon joined Bullet for My Valentine as the main support band, along side Atreyu, in a short five date arena tour around the United Kingdom.[25] To cope with high demand Live Nation released extra standing tickets to all dates.[26] Rumours circled as to why Bring Me the Horizon sets were cut short at arenas, cited mainly to do with the shows becoming more violent and less controllable. When asked about the shows, Matt Nicholls said that the band was told that they couldn't climb on any of the stage equipment or set or interact with the crowd. The band opposed these rules by initiating walls of death.[6]
In April 2011 Bring Me the Horizon embarked on a European tour, starting in the United Kingdom. They toured with Parkway Drive and Architects as main support bands, with The Devil Wears Prada as the opening support for the UK and dubstep group Tek-one opening for the remainder of continental Europe. The tour gained much publicity and was considered their biggest headline tour ever[27] and even is stated as the "tour of the year" by Rock Sound.[28] The tour, however, was not without its hindrances. On 28 April Matt Nicholls broke his arm whilst playing football with members of Bring Me the Horizon, Parkway Drive and Architecs, and instead of canceling the tour Architects' drummer Dan Searle filled in as the drummer, this meant that Bring Me the Horizon's setlist was halved in length.[27] An also on 28 April at the Bristol O2 Academy, there was a power cut before Parkway Drive's set.[29] Bring Me the Horizon as a reaction to the power cut decided to do a short 4 track acoustic set featuring: "The Sadness Will Never End", "It Never Ends", "Suicide Season" and "Chelsea Smile".[30] The tour was extended with a North American leg from 31 August to 4 October maintaing Parkway Drive and Architects and including Deez Nuts onto the line up.[31] On 23 August they released the fourth music video and single, "Visions".[32] On 31 October, Halloween, the next music video for the song "Alligator Blood" was released.
On 13 October 2011 it was announced that Bring Me the Horizon was nominated for three Independent Music Awards. In the three categories Best Live Act, Independent Breakthrough of Year and Hardest Working Band or Artist.[33] In December 2011 Machine Head completed an arena tour across Europe with Bring Me the Horizon as the main support band as well as DevilDriver and Darkest Hour as supports. Oliver Sykes has stated that these will be the last European dates they'll do before they start the writing and the recording of their fourth album.[34] Bring Me the Horizon's presence on the tour was met with mixed reception from fans, Dave Bowes of The Fly with a live review of their performance at SECC in Glasgow as "simply in the wrong place at the wrong time but they choose to be the better men..."[35]
2011 concluded with an announcement by the band on 29 December of a new extended play titled The Chill Out Sessions, a collaborative effort with British DJ "Draper".[36] Draper first released a "officially sanctioned" remix of the song "Blessed with a Curse" in May 2011.[37] The EP was originally supposed to be released in time for New Year's Day and to be made available for download and purchase though Bring Me the Horizon's website. However, the EP's release was canceled because of the band's "current management and label situation".[38][39]

[edit] Fourth studio album (2012–present)

After the intense touring schedule, Bring Me the Horizon finally completed the promotion of their third album. They returned to the United Kingdom to write their fourth studio album.[40] Much like their previous two albums where, they wrote their fourth album in seclusion and isolation in order to stay focused, they resided to a house in the lake district for the writing. In July the band started to reveal images of them recording at a ‘Top Secret Studio Location’[41] and it was revealed that they are working with producer Terry Date for the recording and the production of the album.[42] On July, 30, the band announced they had left their label and signed with RCA, through which their fourth album will be released in 2013.[43]
In April, after a few months of writing Kerrang! announced that Bring Me The Horizon are the first announced headline act for Warped Tour 2012 on 10 November at the Alexandra Palace in London. This is believed to be the only date in all of 2012 that they are performing.[44] The band was confirmed to be a part of the 2013 Australian Soundwave festival in their second announcement. They will perform at all 5 dates in: Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth.[45]

[edit] Controversy

[edit] Nottingham incident

While on tour in the UK, allegations were made that vocalist Oliver Sykes urinated on a female fan after a gig at Nottingham Rock City. He was subsequently charged,[46] but all charges were later dropped due to lack of evidence.[47] Online music zine Drowned in Sound claimed that Bring Me the Horizon were banned from Nottingham Rock City,[48] a claim that turned out to be false when the band subsequently played Nottingham Rock City on 1 December 2007.[49]

[edit] YouTube video with Architects

During a tour, Bring Me the Horizon and Architects filmed a video showing a staged fight between Oliver Sykes and Architects' lead singer Sam Carter. The video was uploaded to YouTube and resulted in outraging many Bring Me the Horizon fans, believing it was real. This caused many to send hate mail towards Carter, whom later made it clear in an interview with Kerrang! that the whole thing was a joke, as did Sykes.[50]

[edit] Musical style and Influences

The band has been said to be influenced diversely by grindcore, death metal and emo[2] and cites American metalcore bands like The Dillinger Escape Plan, Every Time I Die, Norma Jean and Poison the Well as influences on their earlier music.[6][51] But as their sound developed they took influence from heavy metal bands like At The Gates, Pantera and Orange Goblin, progressive rock bands like Pink Floyd and Dire Straits and from dubstep and other modern electronic music.[51][52] Bring Me the Horizon has been recognized by critics as playing mainly within the genres metalcore[53][54][55] and deathcore[2][56][57] and have been referred to as post-hardcore,[58] hardcore punk, and technical metal[59] Common traits of Bring Me The Horizon's music is their use of technical guitar riffs, strong, dark or violent lyrics, heavy breakdowns and gang vocals or screamed vocals.[60]
The band's first album Count Your Blessings, was mainly regarded as a deathcore album upon its release. Deathcore is a fusion of influences from metalcore and death metal.[61] The bands own personal European melodic death metal influence and the use of black metal-styled vocals, "slow-and-heavy" breakdowns and blast beats define this album.[62][63]
The band started to adopt a more eclectic style with their second studio album Suicide Season.[61] Creating a sound which has been described as being closer to mainstream rock than their debut album.[57] Oliver Sykes described the album as "100% different to Count Your Blessings" and that the album sounds "more rock than metal".[64]
As the band's sound has developed further away from their death metal and deathcore style.[58] With the bands third album There Is a Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It. There Is a Heaven, Let's Keep It a Secret. They developed their sound with the preference for more ambitious production feats,[60] by incorporating electronica, classical music and pop sounds into their metalcore style.[58][65] They did this with the use of a full choir and a synthesised orchestra. They incorporated glitched out vocals and breakdowns and toned down the use of breakdowns in their style, favouring quiet atmospheric passages in song breaks.[59]
Bring Me the Horizon pooled more diverse influences in preparation for the writing of their fourth studio album. Jona Weinhofen spoke out about how both he and Lee Malia developed affection for post-rock bands such as Explosions in the Sky and This Will Destroy You. Weinhofen also once commented on how he would like to combine the heaviness of Bring Me the Horizon's typical work with the laid-back atmospherics of post-rock.[66]
Sykes' lyrics has a strong feeling of catharsis for him, he mainly draws from personal experience and has likened the band's live performances to being theraputic.[65]

[edit] Songwriting and recording process

In all the band's album notes all of Bring Me The Horizon's lyrics are said to be written by lead vocalist Oliver Sykes while all five members—as a band—were credited with writing the music. One thing the band has always done since the release of Count Your Blessings is favour a secluded area to write albums in order not to break their concentration.[60] The members of the band have stated how the debut album was written in inner-city areas of Birmingham while being pressured to write and record songs in the deadlines given.[6] This led to the band being unimpressed with the final product. However, for the writing process of Suicide Season the band realised that they much preferred picking areas with less human contact in order to focus on the music, they wrote their second album in the Swedish countryside.[56] During the writing of Suicide season former and founding guitarist Curtis Ward wrote very little of his rhythm parts of the album mostly relying on Lee Malia to write all of the Guitar sections of the album.[6]
Lead Guitarist Lee Malia has stated that the typical writing process involves Oliver Sykes writing the main structure of the songs and then Malia would individually write the main riff. From this they would collaborate with each other to structure their work better and then to later include the rest of the band in writing the rest of the song.[60] Rhythm guitarist Jona Weinhofen has said the band listens to electronica, ambient and classic rock music and applies the aesthetics and the song structures to Bring Me The Horizon's style.[52]

[edit] Band members

Current members
Former members
  • Curtis Ward − rhythm guitar (2004–2009)
Touring members
  • Dean Rowbotham - rhythm guitar (2009)
  • Dan Searle − drums, percussion (2011)

[edit] Discography

Studio albums
EPs

[edit] Accolades and readers poll results

Kerrang! Awards
YearNominated workAwardResult
2006Bring Me the HorizonBest British NewcomerWon[67]
2008Bring Me the HorizonBest British BandNominated
2009Bring Me the HorizonBest British BandNominated
2011Blessed with a CurseBest SingleNominated
2011Bring Me the HorizonBest British BandNominated
2011There Is a Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It.
There Is a Heaven, Let's Keep It a Secret.
Best AlbumWon[68]
2012"Alligator Blood"Best VideoWon[69]
AIM Independent Music Awards
YearNominated workAwardResult
2011Bring Me the HorizonBest Live ActNominated[70]
2011Bring Me the HorizonHardest Working Band or ArtistNominated[70]
2011Bring Me the HorizonIndependent Breakthrough of YearNominated[70]
Rock Sound
  • In a 2009 Rock Sound readers' poll, Bring Me the Horizon achieved both "Best British Band" and "Worst British Band".[71]
Kerrang!
  • In reader polls conducted by Kerrang!, Bring Me the Horizon was voted Worst Band of 2008 and 2010.[72]

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