06:51 - Draven Edge I didn't watch all of Jacob's Ladder, if I remember right it jumped around too much for my little brain to comprehend. I remember people either liked it or hated it though when it came out
06:48 - MetalDoomMaster Well most of the little money I have goes straight into Cds and DVD/Blu-ray so yeah...
01. Can You Feel My Heart 02. The House Of Wolves 03. Empire (Let Them Sing) 04. Sleepwalking 05. Go To Hell, For Heaven's Sake 06. Shadow Moses 07. And The Snakes Start To Sing 08. Seen It All Before 09. Anti-Vist 10. Crooked Young 11. Hospital For Souls
Bring Me The Horizon has made an album that DOESN'T suck.. No, no they have not. It seems after a few releases of some sub-par material and general band dumbassery, Bring Me The Horizon have managed to make something that's actually good. Not ironic "Bro check this breakdown" good either.
They've certainly matured a bit, but the music is just as (if not more) generic and stale as ever. Terrible album.
How the hell is this generic?
It is pretty experimental and all over the place, using many different influences from completely different genres.
I can understand you not liking it but it seems generic is a shitty overused word that means nothing because people will apply it to anything they dislike.
Bring Me The Horizon - And The Snakes Start To Sing
This is pretty much the best song they ever did, I love the shit out of the ambiance and atmosphere here (which is pretty much present on the whole album, just in less quantities. Except Antivist, that's a shitty song that break the flow of album unnecessarily). Also who would've thought Oli has a wonderful clean voice and he can write actually good lyrics.
Neroese - 12.03.2013 at 19:47
Yup. I'm agree with everyone. Sempiternal is their the best album that they've released. It's not deathcore or post-hardcore. I ddn't even try to categorise them to screamo or emo etc. They made something...different. Something more considered, more electronic, and less gayer. I think that Bring Me The Horizon has made a step. Right step to being serious band, with good songs and albums.