Bring Me the Horizon – It Never Ends

Written by on September 23, 2010 in Music Reviews, September 23, 2010 - No comments

Bring Me The HorizonSix years have passed since their formation in 2004 and Bring Me the Horizon cease to amuse me. Since the release of their newest single “It Never Ends”, off their upcoming third album release “There Is a Hell, Believe Me I’ve Seen It. There Is a Heaven, Let’s Keep It a Secret”, due out on October 4th via Visible Noise Records the band has managed to go in a whole another direction. “It Never Ends”, is nothing in comparison to their older material, this time around Bring Me the Horizon is aiming towards the raw in your face energetic force field by diving up their music in several pieces. For instance the vocals provided by front man Oliver Sykes indicates a strong yet progressive effect of adrenaline whereas on their previous album “Suicide Season” (2008) “Diamonds Aren’t Forever”, was a more screamo engraved sensation while “It Never Ends”, takes that away altogether only briefly having it rotate in the music’s backdrop.

Instrumentals seem to play a bigger role on this particular tune just as they had done on Bring Me the Horizon’s debut album “Count Your Blessings” (2006) “Pray for Plagues”, enforces the instrumentals to take on a whole another source of ability the guitars are hard and heavily filled with imitate temp beats brought on by the drums while the bass has its spare of the moment route every so often. When it comes down to the writing method the lyrics are filled with emotional regret with patches of sorrow that will forever remain open for the untold truth.

Bring Me the Horizon are just one of those few bands that actually manages to take charge and change their whole route from the ground up despite how much you may be displeased with the results, Bring Me the Horizon have proven to be back with a stern attitude just ready to sock a punch. Don’t forget to get your hands on their newest single release “It Never Ends”, here “There Is a Hell, Believe Me I’ve Seen It. There Is a Heaven, Let’s Keep It a Secret”, out October 4th!

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