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Sempiternal [Explicit]

Sempiternal [Explicit]

29 Mar 2013
4.5 out of 5 stars 89 customer reviews

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  • Original Release Date: 29 Mar. 2013
  • Release Date: 1 April 2013
  • Label: RCA Records Label
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  • Total Length: 45:35
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  • ASIN: B00BVP85VO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 89 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,767 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)
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Sempiternal is the fourth full-length studio album from the controversial, genre-defying British band Bring Me The Horizon. It was released in 2013 on RCA and was produced by Terry Date. The album sees Jordan Fish joining the band full-time as Keyboardist and former guitarist Jona Weinhofen leaving the band.

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.
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I buy a lot of music and much of it is rock/alternative/metal etc etc. And of all my collection, this is one of the best albums I've got. It redefines the genre which I love and every track on 'Sempiternal' is briliant. There simply is not a weak track. Sure there will be some criticism from people who think they're true 'metal heads', but those of us who have been into the genre from a while now can really appreciate the depth of this album. The band's previous offerings, whilst I really enjoy them, are pretty two-dimensional. BMTH have knocked everything up a notch with their fourth studio album and it's absolutely brilliant. I wasn't quite expecting an album quite as good as this and I'm going to be listening to this for a long time to come I expect. I've already listened to it through about 20 times over the pastw week! Best track? Definitely Shadow Moses, the standout single. Usually the singles on albums are not the best, but this one is an exception. Shadow Moses is such an amazing track - and perfectly positioned in the heart of the album. But beside that, each other track offers a unique taste of what the band has become, and that is... something very special.
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"I always thought that music had no boundaries, no limits to where it could go and grow, no restrictions on it's creativity. Good music is good music no matter what kind of music it is" - Miles Davis.

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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I just say wow, what a great music this is. I love it ;) My kind of music and I lisning to many like: Pantera,Led Zeppelin,Tool,Soundgarden,Audioslave, Metallica,Smashing P,Korn and so on so if you like this types you will love this.. Lisn to it couple of times and its a dream come true. I like litle bit hard like this. The singer sound good too, sound sometimes like Linkin park but more hard of course ;) The singer need more help for live singing, he have little bit of problem with all the screaming. But the cd sound perfect, I think 7 of 11 soungs are just great and other are good so perfect. Never have a cd were all is great but I guess thats normal for all. Shadow Moses is my best song and then we have Empire, Antivist,Crooked young,Sleepwalking,Can you feel my heart and the last one is The House Of Wolves ;)
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BMTH have really upped their game in my opinion. I liked some of their past work but as soon as I heard the lead single 'Shadow Moses' I was blown away! When I heard the follow up 'Sleepwalking' I really liked that too so decided to buy the album and I am not disappointed! I like how different Oli sounds on some tracks - really aggressive on some (Antivist) but softer on others (When The Snakes Start To Sing). All the tracks or worthy of being released as singles especially 'Can You Feel My Heart', 'Go To Hell For Heavens Sake' & 'Antivist'. Recommended for fans of metal and for fans of bands such as Trivium & Bullet For My Valentine.
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