At first it might seem nice that Bring Me the Horizon decided to dedicate a song to a former member, but upon closer inspection of the lyrics of the track, it might not have been a good-natured move. During a recent show in Sydney, the band decided to close their set with 'Antivist,' with frontman Oli Sykes proclaiming, "This song is called Antivist.' It goes out to Jona Weinhofen," while flipping the bird

The guitarist's exit from the band was revealed earlier this year, though a prior posting from Weinhofen revealed the acrimony between himself and unnamed members. He stated, "Things in the band have been very tense with a lot of disagreements between myself and certain members who I won't name. I'm thankful for my time with BMTH and I have met many good friends and been able to travel the world."

As for dedicating the track to Weinhofen, it should be noted that the song features such lyrics as, "United, we'll fail, divided we'll fall. We're f---ed, but you're makin' it worse. United, we'll fail, divided we'll fall. Give up, cause you're makin' it so much worse."

Bring Me the Horizon are gearing up to release their new 'Sempiternal' album, with the single 'Shadow Moses' already making big waves. They've also announced plans to play the Vans Warped Tour this summer.

Watch Bring Me the Horizon Perform 'Antivist'