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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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Product Details

  • Vinyl (October 4, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: Plastic Head Distribution
  • ASIN: B004V8DOH8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #378,546 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Customer Reviews

I love the vocals and the gang vocals are timed very well on this album.
Weston
I personally think it's their best so far, and when I heard Suicide Season in 2008 I did't know how they were going to top it, but they certainly have!
sally
Bring Me The Horizon has absolutely amazing music and it's also really meaningful.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Kingcrimsonprog on October 27, 2010
Format: Audio CD
`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 brakedown in the style of bands like Hatebreed and Chimaira towards the end.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By J. Nearhood on November 10, 2010
Format: Audio CD
This album once I picked it up I couldn't put it down. I've seen them live and also listened to their previous albums. Before this album I felt there was something missing, it seemed to be just yelling into the microphone and it took me awhile to like it, it seemed almost like an aquired sound. This album I feel their sound has matured and they have balanced between harmonies and screaming. They also stepped it up in certain songs, adding women vocals for a softer tone and a clashing sound. I feel that this is their best album to date and would also encourage you to go see them live because they put on a great show.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Fright on October 6, 2010
Format: Audio CD
I'd give this album 4.5 stars, only because I usually save 5 stars for albums that I absolutely love. While there are songs on here that I cant get enough of (Crucify me, Blessed with a curse, It never ends), theres others that still need to grow on me. Vocal wise, it is a lot similar to Suicide Season, but I think this album is better than SS. I like the different effects they've thrown in. If you liked SS, I definitely think you'd like this.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By sally on October 15, 2010
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I'm in love with this album. It's different from anything they've done before but that doesn't mean it's any worse! I personally think it's their best so far, and when I heard Suicide Season in 2008 I did't know how they were going to top it, but they certainly have! The orchstra and additional vocals from other artists make the album so unique and I can't find a fault.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By E. Sire on July 15, 2013
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This is loud, fast, technical, a little brutal at times (in a good way), but not ridiculous. I was trying to find some bands that I hadn't heard of before as I have been far removed from any scene in a long time and it seemed harder and harder to find something that wasn't full of synthesizers and dance/techno crap. This seemed to fit the bill just fine.
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Format: Audio CD
once again, BMTH reveals their versatility in their song writing and instrumentals. fans of their previous work including me will feel right at home with this record. altough sticking to the BMTH 'sound' this album i believe has some of their best work on it. with guest appearences from lights along with others, each song has its own identity. the overall continuity of the album is none but superb. i feel that this album is a step above S.S. in terms of the sheer power that emits from the album...and believe me i was a fan of S.S. there are powerful lyrics accompanied with some great singing and not too mention the instrumentals. the instrumentals are some of the best out there and are extrememly prevelant in BMTH's new album. it doesnt matter what genre of metal you listen to or what kind of music you listen to in general. everyone should pick this album up because its a pure adrenaline rush...fans of the old stuff, be prepared for some clever twists, and newcomers to BMTH you will spend your money wisely

STAND OUT TRACKS (other than the album)
Crucify Me*
It Never Ends*
Anthem*
Dont Go*
Memorial*
Blessed With a Curse*
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By J. Thomas on October 26, 2010
Format: Audio CD
I've been listening to these guys since their EP came out and I was underwhelmed by this album. If you like "Suicide Season" this album isn't too far off but if you're like me and favor the EP and "Count Your Blessings" you won't really enjoy it much. The guitars sound muddled, the riffs aren't very creative, there are very few breakdowns, and the vocals are more yelling than screaming. I know that bands grow and can't sound the same forever but a comparison of the first two albums vs. the last two shows how their sound has completely changed. I liked Suicide Season but you could tell that they were moving away from their deathcore roots and now that transition is all but complete. I definitely would not classify these guys as deathcore anymore (or even metalcore), the brutality is simply not there. I won't go as far to say they have "sold out" because they haven't, however I'm sure this album will be a commercial success and I could even see a song or two being on the radio.
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