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The first two things you may notice about the record if you've heard the band before are firstly that it's a lot less heavy and a lot more experimental. Secondly, Olly's clean vocals have got a lot better. At the start of the album, it seems like he's improved a bit, but by the end you can hear a gigantic improvement.
A lot more time on the album is spent on clean vocals and soft melodies too. There is also a lot of places designed for crowds to sing a long to and a focusing on the electronic side that appeared a bit on Suicide Season and a lot on There Is A Hell.
This album opens right up into those atmospheric, electronic filled melodic moments. Its reminiscent of the style of tracks like `Don't Go' and `Blessed With A Curse,' where the music has a lot of space, keys and absolutely all the death growls and blast beats from the early days have been removed. From then on there's a lot of tracks like `Sleepwalking,' `And The Snakes Start To Sing' and `Seen It All Before' that fit into that style, but taking it in a range of different tempos and directions. Most will bring a bit of heaviness in at times, but nothing as extreme as anything on the band's first two albums.
`The House Of Wolves' brings back a bit of the British Hardcore scene influence, but that's melded with the melodic, electronic style too. There's a great breakdown, and some fast sections.Read more ›
Whilst a quote from a jazz trumpeter might seem a bit out of place in a review of Bring Me The Horizon, I feel this quote sums up my thoughts on this fantastic album perfectly. I frankly couldn't care if this doesn't sound much like their first two albums, or if it isn't 'heavy' enough or whatever. What I hear on this album is a band pushing their music and growing to incorporate a variety of new sounds. This is an album that works altogether as a whole listen, and is a journey through emotions, tempos and heaviness.
This is simply a great record and that is all that needs to be said. Don't bother worrying about what it isn't, enjoy what it is - a bloody good rock album!
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Not entirely sure why I bought this album, think I caught a video on music tv. But so glad I did. It is without a doubt the best metal album since Metallica black possibly since... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mr. S. Kirk