ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: Bring Me The Horizon
Me The Horizon is one of my personal favorite bands, but
without a doubt, they have had their up and down moments musically.
While most of their day-one fans haven’t been too fond of
their work after 2010 album There Is a Hell Believe Me I've
Seen It. There Is a Heaven Let's Keep It a Secret, a lot of
their newer fans are in love with Sempiternal (2013),That’s the Spirit (2015), and Amo(2019).
The band’s latest EP, Music to Listen to~Dance to~Blaze to~Pray to~Feed to~Sleep to~Talk to~Grind to~Trip to~Breathe to~Help to~Hurt to~Scroll to~Roll to~Love to~Hate to~Learn Too~Plot to~Play to~Be to~Feel to~Breed to~Sweat to~Dream to~Hide to~Live to~Die to~Go To, which was released December 27, 2019, has had fans and critics torn.
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â””? bad albums
â””? Music to listen
Some people have praised the band for their new, experimental, out-there music style, while many others have criticized them for “selling out” and changing too much from their deathcore roots.
Just listened to BMTH album ‘music to listen to’. Not my cup of tea at all. But the Yonaka song ain’t bad!— Elly ? (@StarkyBones) January 22, 2020
not you are a fan of their latest EP, Bring Me The Horizon has
seemed to have found their niche with their June release, "Parasite
As most BMTH fans, I've had a love-hate relationship with the band.— Steven Ellis (@StevenEllisNHL) July 1, 2020
I wasn't too fond of much of the band's popper material (loved That's the Spirit), and while Amo and Music to Listen To were absolute duds, this.... Was nice.
While it doesn’t seem like the band will go completely back to their deathcore roots, they are definitely taking a step back into their former style while integrating some of their newer style. The song blends the experimental style of Music to Listen To... in the verses while returning to a style similar toSempiternal for the chorus.
literally never listened to bmth before parasite eve but ?? i see u bmth your music slaps— ronni (@underworIdly) July 3, 2020
?Please, remain calm, the end has arrived— David Allan Pudge (@DavidPudge) July 4, 2020
We cannot save you, enjoy the ride
This is the moment you've been waiting for
Don't call it a warning, this is a war?
Full on mood right now, #bringmethehorizon really delivered the song I needed during the lock down and I love it
Not only is the sound of this song amazing, the video has fans captured. The dark, eerie setting mixed with the bright lights, the rapid movements and the creepy imagery flashing quickly across the screen will have you mesmerized.
As a longtime fan of BMTH’s music, I loved following their musical journey, and "Parasite Eve" got me excited to see what the band has coming up.
Can’t believe I’m saying this but parasite eve might be one of bmth best songs ever— B (@xBuzza) July 5, 2020