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Editorial Reviews


1. Pray For Plagues
2. Tell Slater Not To Wash His Dick
3. Braille
4. A Lot Like Vegas
5. Black & Blue
6. Slow Dance
7. Liquor & Love Lost
8. (I Used To Make Out With) Medusa
9. Fifteen Fathoms Counting
10. Off The Heezay

Product Details

  • Vinyl (October 4, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 2011
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: Plastic Head Distribution
  • ASIN: B004V9J5MU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #405,603 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By C. noel on November 28, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Ok i know there is an influx of the hardcore/death/metal/grind crossover bands out now a days and i gotta say that i've heard alot of them that just sucked..mainly the vocalists have to carry the band in this genre of music..the band can be great but if the vocalist can't pull the vocals then it just doesn't work...Now this band has EVERYTHING i was looking for.the vocals are amazing, highs, lows, hardcores you name it they do it.it turned out much better than i though it would..if you're a fan of job for a cowboy, faceless, i wouldnt say black dahlia because theres a hint of hardcore with the breakdowns on this cd, but if you're a fan of the death/core crossover bands..i beg you please buy this cd now.you definatly won't be dissapointed. One of the best purchases i've made in 07 and there have been quite a few bad ones that i've bought just on word of mouth..but if i worked at your neighborhood record store and you came in and requested a good metal record i would highly reccomend this one and not worry about you coming back later that day to throw a brick through the window because you didnt like it. So all i can say is Buy this record.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By William Dorfer on June 11, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Love them or hate them, Bring Me The Horizon made it big with this album. "Count Your Blessings" is a modern-day slab of honest, adolescent adrenaline, complete with furious, technical riffs, pounding drums, heavy-as-ever breakdowns, and ever-quotable lyrics. "Pray For Plagues" features some incredibly technical riffs and a very catchy breakdown, a great song that made helped jettison them up the level of recognition they're at. Oli Sykes' vocals may take some getting used to, but up until that point, the music itself is still very enjoyable. "For Stevie Wonder's Eyes Only" features great lyrics that are pretty poetic, some very cool riffs and some of Oli's edgiest vocals towards the end. "Tell Slater..." features an awesome, speed-metal opening with a whammy-bar solo, and some awesome, melodic super-heavy riffs. "A Lot Like Vegas" is my possibly favorite song on the album, featuring a simple but flawless breakdown, some dimished-scale riffs and a great, passionate guitar solo, the sort of stuff to blast while cruising down the highway at night! "Slow Dance" is a nice change of pace, featuring a ballad-tempo and some slower, majestic guitars. Great atmosphere here, I wish this song was longer!
I could keep going on about the songs, but you get the idea: if you're into really heavy, but still melodic stuff, "Count Your Blessings" should indeed satisfy. A fair warning, though, "Suicide Season" sounds a lot different from this album, but if you're curious, pick that up, too. CYB is a great album, in whatever sub-genre you would want to put Bring Me The Horizon in. Regardless, for fans of this sort of stuff, it's a hands-down essential. Thanks for the time, and peace.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By yves dudley on November 14, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Bring Me The Horizon's Count Your Blessings is a major improvement from their previously released EP This Is What The Edge Of Your Seat Was Made For. Some of the songs on CYB had been previously recorded live and in rough demos. The two instrumental tracks, Slow Dance and 15 Fathoms, Counting [which is also acoustic], are executed amazingly and show that BMTH aren't just five little teenagers with an electric guitar, but are also talented in the non-'br00tal' genre. I don't have any favorite tracks, because all of them are different in their own way and are all excellent.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Tyler Reid Bailey on November 10, 2006
Format: Audio CD
this cd is soo much better than their last ep..and that was amazing. you should definately buy this cd. if you like this band, i would recommend with blood comes cleansing, abigail williams, and as blood runs black, as they somewhat relate to this band. and they're a few of my personal favorites =)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By CriticNic on June 22, 2007
Format: Audio CD
I just discovered these guys recently, so I have not heard their previous ep. However, I'm loving this album and think this band has amazing potential. 'Pray for Plagues' is my favorite, but indeed all tracks are good. The instrumentals don't do much for me though, maybe if they were longer. One of the only complaints I would have is their use of breakdowns opened by the cookie monster growls. Don't get me wrong, they do those better than most, but in every song it does get a bit old. As young as these guys are, they are definitely going to do something. The vocalist is extremely talented for this genre, and their musical abilities are no different. I think if they keep it up and stay clear of what is popular in this genre, they will stay on top.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dorothy Moseley on July 14, 2008
Format: Audio CD
actually... i liked this cd. i'll admit that it's a little emo, especially when it comes 2 the lyrics, but if you know the difference between the EP and this CD you'd know how much more mature this CD sounds. the last one sounded like a crappy garage demo. and all i can say is that is band is definitly not scene... unfortunatly its labeled that just b/c "scene" kids listen to it.
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Format: Audio CD
With their tight, brutal drumming, aggressive death metal riffs, raging vocals that trade off between low growls and high-pitched shrieks, and chunky hardcore breakdowns, Bring Me The Horizon have pretty much all the fixin's they need to be just another deathcore band. But they ain't. One thing that separates this quintet is the fact that they hail from Sheffield, England. Another more important fact is that they are all accomplished musicians -- to say the very least. In fact, one might even go so far as to say that they are exceptional instrumentalists. And finally, BMTH boast a much stronger and more pronounced grindcore influence than most bands of its kind.

The band's debut, 2007's "Count Your Blessings," gets underway with "Pray For Plagues," which overflows with thunderous riffs, very busy, machine-gun fast double bass/blast beat battery, chugging mid-tempo breakdowns, and high/low vocals that evoke All Shall Perish and The Black Dahlia Murder. "Tell Slater Not To Wash Himself," then, sounds more along the lines of a Cannibal Corpse outtake, except for the fact that it has a bit of whammy-bar-shredding near its beginning. Then, following the thunderous and foundation-shaking "For Steve's Eyes Only," and the very decent, Black Dahlia-style melodic guitar solo in "A lot Like Vegas," comes "Black And Blue," a very breakdown-happy number that might boast some harmonic leads and solos, sure, but for the most part is a death/moshcore beatdown that piles one huge, pounding, thunderous breakdown on top of another.

"Blessings"' second half kicks off with "Slow Dance," a short interlude-esque track, and one that is completely instrumental, and complete with melodic leads and brutal breakdowns.
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