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There Is A Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It. There Is A Heaven, Lets Keep It A Secret [CD]

Bring Me the Horizon Audio CD
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As metal’s most promising newcomers Bring Me The Horizon begin work on their next neck-breaking opus, they leave fans with a brutal reminder of why they’re taking over the genre in 2010. On April 13, Epitaph Records will release an exclusive Deluxe Edition of BMTH’s 2008 fan-coveted, breakthrough album Suicide Season. The three disc collection will feature the original album, ... Read more in Amazon's Bring Me the Horizon Store

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  • Audio CD (4 Oct 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Visible Noise
  • ASIN: B003ZD74BC
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 6,007 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Third studio album by the British metalcore band. The album's full title is: 'There Is a Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It. There Is a Heaven, Let's Keep It a Secret'. It was produced by Fredrik Nordstrom and features the single 'It Never Ends'.

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Bring Me the Horizon’s opening gambit, the This Is What the Edge of Your Seat Was Made For EP, was an uncommonly good debut. At the beginning of 2005 it left me breathless, and promptly earned itself a near-perfect review.

Fast-forward five years, and they’ve experienced their share of amazing highs and crippling lows. The Sheffield five-piece – metalcore, but not strictly metal to the core – lost a member in 2009, departing guitarist Curtis Ward replaced by former Bleeding Through axe-mangler Jona Weinhofen, and attracted controversy when frontman Oli Sykes was alleged to have assaulted a female fan in Nottingham in April 2007. The story generated several headlines across the music press, but charges against the singer were eventually dropped. Still, pressure was expectedly felt – and it was a heavy load that would have broken lesser bands.

If anything, though, the fury directed the way of this still young band – Sykes is only 23 – just focused them on refining their music, making it both as brutal as possible but also retaining the crossover appeal that made their first recordings so instantly rewarding. What 2006’s Count Your Blessings lacked in clout, 2008’s Suicide Season made up for. The band’s second album is a bruising experience to this day, and this third LP takes things further still. Recorded in Sweden and California, it’s the group’s most ambitious offering yet, a collection that bites harder than anything they’ve previously issued but which is equally eager to kiss everything better.

F*** is a great example of their accomplished mix of tempestuous noise and cooling comedowns – as Sykes screams bloody murder, You Me at Six’s Josh Franceschi’s backing vocals persuade the subject of the piece to "come a little closer, tell me those three little words". At its centre, it’s a love song; on the surface, a riotous rant of lust: "Let’s f*** ‘til our hearts give up". Similarly impressive are Anthem, which pairs holler-along gang vocals with riffs so raw the UK mainstream’s heard nothing so savage since Gallows’ breakthrough debut; Visions, less a call to arms, more a full-blown casus belli; and the 65daysofstatic-style electro-glitch flourishes of opener Crucify Me. And everything’s sequenced fantastically well – this is an album ‘proper’, not a clutch of tracks arranged in an arbitrary order.

They’ve not done everything the easy way, but Bring Me the Horizon today stand at the very vanguard of the UK metal scene. This third album takes risks with confidence, and the end results are never less than startling.

--Mike Diver

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars There is a hell 4 Oct 2010
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`There Is A Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It. There Is A Heaven, Let's Keep It A Secret,' is the third full length studio album from British metal band Bring Me The Horizon. The album is one of the most adventurous and exciting records to have been released in years and is chocked full of dynamic, boundary pushing material that is likely to alienate as many people as it delights.

Bring Me The Horizon started out mixing extreme metal with metal core and as time went on reduced the number of straight up death metal riffs, death growls and blast beats until now, with their third studio album there is scarcely a second of music that sounds like a strictly death metal band would play, if this is a problem for you it may make sense to give this album a miss.

For everyone who enjoyed `Suicide Season,' and its electronic moments, vocal approach and powerful emotion guitar moments this album is the logical conclusion, expanding on all these areas, basing entire songs around things that were only in parts of the previous album and while using barely any death vocals and not a single blast beat they have kept things fresh by introducing numerous clean vocals, acoustic passages and keyboard lines.

The best example of this style is the opening track, lyrically containing the album title sang by a female vocalist then electronically cut up and played like a keyboard solo in the same song that contains a clean intro, furious fast paced verses and a monster breakdown in the style of bands like Hatebreed and Chimaira towards the end.
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The ambiguous title of this review stems from the fact that I actually enjoyed this album... but conversly I didn't like the last one. Now, I loved Count Your Blessings because of it's chunky Death Metal leanings and then I was disappointed with Suicide Season because a lot of that element was absent... so now, I enjoy this new album, but is that because they are performing their new style better or simply because I knew what to expect this time? Difficult to tell... I still don't really like Suicide Season that much so maybe they have improved. With that said, on with the review:

How does it sound? Well, to echo the sentiments of other reviews I've read it does sort of pick up where Suicide Season left of stylisticly. If you missed that album that means more melodic elements i.e. clean vocals/acoustic parts and some subtle electronica influence in some of the more ambient sections. Aside from that there are plenty of chunky guitar riffs, it isn't as heavy as Count Your Blessings but it's still got quite a crunch to it. The production is nice and clear and it has turned out as quite a neat little album. The melodic elements seem to blend in better with the music rather than just being randomly chucked in as I felt they were on the last album.

Vocals? Well, very very few gutteral death grunts. I fully expected a lack of them but it doesn't stop me from being disappointed. Mostly the mid-range hardcore sounding vocals from the last album here then, with the occasional section were Oli Sykes speaks in an exaggerated accent which only serves to annoy (I do quite dislike Oli Sykes anyway, but I'm trying not to let it colour the review). Overall the performance is consistent, solid and overall passable...
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4.0 out of 5 stars Improving their sound 25 Nov 2010
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If you already know Bring me the Horizon's sound then this album pretty much carries on where the last one left off. There are more colaborations with guest vocalists here which come in the form of clean female and male vocals in a couple of songs. The electronic sounds have been beefed up too and they play a bigger part than before. Overall this is a great album which sounds like the band have grown into the sound they started to find on the last album - mixing harsh screams with gravelly vocals and heavy guitar as well as powerful drums.

Make no mistake though, the band make use of the trademark sounds of before sparingly and really create a very atmospheric album, this is not simply beatdown after beatdown broken up with clear singing a la metalcore bands. In the UK these guys are leading the pack in terms of new and contemporary heavy music.
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Like any rational person, I stand by the notion that you should never judge an artist based on how they look and dress and should only view them based on their integrity and the quality of their work. I mean, who really listens to One Direction for their music? However, there is always the reversal of that where people choose to slate the work of an artist or band because they have 'gay hair' or are 'too pretty', leading some closed minded cretins to declare a band awful because the members are good looking pretty boys. Emo bands like My Chemical Romance and Lostprophets were traditionally viewed as shallow music buried under layers of gothic glam make-up and overlong black fringes yet for me anyway, their music displayed much more than that. Bring Me the Horizon are the next band to fall into that. Whilst their latest two albums have been critical darlings, they have been mocked by the metal scene for being simply a bunch of gorgeous young lads trying to be hardcore. There Is a Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It, There Is a Heaven, Let's Keep It a Secret is the third album by the band and shows a change in sound for them as they progress their straightforward metalcore sound on Suicide Season and craft a masterwork of a metal album that is parts aggressive and melodic. This is one of my favourite albums of this decade and proves the band's doubters wrong.

There Is a Hell incorporates elements of symphonic music along with ambient and electronica. The opening track 'Crucify Me' opens up like a traditional BMtH song with Oli Sykes bellowing heart-pouring and esoteric lyrics into the mic but then switches to a choir chant after the chorus singing harmoniously the title of the album.
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A new direction for BMTH and the end result is nothing short of stunning. More melodic than previous albums but still galloping along at a frantic pace, this is highly recommended.
Published 17 months ago by R Szanel
4.0 out of 5 stars As good as Sucide Season
It's different than their previous work, but also good. Little lighter, more melodic, but really touching and emotional. It also had some hard riffs to headbang, so don't worry.
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