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Sempiternal (Deluxe)

Bring Me the Horizon

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Album Review

While many have tried, few bands have merged metalcore with electronic influences quite like Bring Me the Horizon, who complete their transition from faceless deathcore band to something altogether more interesting with their fourth album, Sempiternal. Produced by Terry Date, the same producer who worked on the Deftones' 2000 art metal masterpiece, White Pony, the album finds the band almost reinventing its style, diving headfirst into the kinds of atmospheric flourishes that were only hinted at on There Is a Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It, There Is a Heaven, Let's Keep It a Secret. What makes Bring Me the Horizon's evolution so interesting isn't so much the change in their sound, but how they got there. Rather than adding and subtracting elements wholesale, it feels as though the band has been tinkering little by little, adjusting the ratios to achieve just the right balance of ambience and aggression. Where other bands might have synths slapped on top of their sound, here they feel like they're part of the foundation of the songs, creating a soundscape for the rest of the elements to drift through instead of around. Though fans of the band's earlier works might see this kind of change as an unwelcome invader, they certainly can't say it's one they didn't see coming. Bring Me the Horizon have been working slowly but surely to refine their sound for years now, and with Sempiternal, it feels like their patience and hard work are finally beginning to pay dividends.

Customer Reviews

Another "On Point" Album

All the changes adn strifes in the band aside... BMTH have been constantly evolving and developing to meet the market. This album brings a reinvention and a refinement in some parts of the bands talents and direction. I am a particular fan of the use of Synth in some songs. I eagerly awaited this and I am thrilled with the results.

Awesome :D

Best album yet.

Incredible

Best BMTH album ever. Such an awesome heavy rock album. I defiantly recommend this album!

Biography

Formed: 2004 in Sheffield, Yorkshire, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Fronted by a tattooed clothing designer and influenced by death metal, grindcore, and emo, Bring Me the Horizon aren't the average deathcore band. The group was formed in 2004 from the ashes of several Sheffield-based outfits, with the 2003 Disney film Pirates of the Caribbean serving as the inspiration for the band's name. Singer Oliver Sykes, guitarists Lee Malia and Curtis Ward, bassist Matt Kean, and drummer Matt Nicholls initially established their own label, Thirty Days of Night, to release...
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Sempiternal (Deluxe), Bring Me the Horizon
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  • $17.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal
  • Released: 29 March 2013
  • Parental Advisory

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