Best Bring Me the Horizon AlbumsEvilAngel
The Top Ten
Sempiternal was my favorite for a long time. But this one now takes the cake. This one includes a lot of music that gets you hyped up. Lots of loud fast metalcore, while also containing calm parts in the album, such as Blessed with a Curse.
Its also got pretty sad songs, like "don't Go" and "Home Sweet Hole"
A pretty solid album, in my opinion!
Easily the album that shows the most emotion. Each song is amazing. I mean I love every album; but this one is special. It's their ultimate middle-ground between death-core and metal-core; their true peak!
5. Count Your Blessings (2006) - Good but to loud 3.2/5
4. That's The Spirit (2015) - Really Good hate to put it at 4 4/5
3. Sempiternal (2013) - So Good one of the best of 2013 4.8/5
2. Suicide Season (2008) - Only A Metre from number 1 5/5
1. TIAHBMISITIAHLKIAS (2011) - I don't need to explain 5.5/5
#5) Count Your Blessings (2006) - I like some songs, but I'm not a huge deathcore fan. - 6/10.
#4) That's The Spirit (2015) - This album is amazing. I hate to put it at 4, but Follow You and Oh No sound like generic pop songs. - 8/10.
#3) Suicide Season (2008) - Fantastic album. - 9/10.
#2) Sempiternal (2013) - Best album of 2013. - 10/10.
#1) There Is A Hell... (2010) - Do I have to explain? - 12/10.
All their studio albums are brilliant, but Sempiternal definitely takes 1st place for me. This album has the most melody, is the most gripping overall, and is absolutely stunning and amazing. Ten out of ten. - EvilAngel
I love all of BMTH albums, had mixed feelings for "This Is What The Edge Of Your Seat Was Made For" but regardless- whether it's Oli's raspy voice be the loudest it can be or him singing in a melody- I love it. But Sempiternal took me by surprise in a wonderfully delightful way that it has to be their best album!
This album is SO EPIC!
This album was a huge step up in BMTH's sound. It has a good mix of heavy and soft songs along with great lyrics and singing/screaming from Oli.V 1 Comment
This is the album that made BMTH famous. This is the album that defines them. This is where Oli screamed the best. FOR CRYING OUT LOUD, THIS IS THE HEAVIEST THING THEY'VE EVER DONE! "Diamonds Aren't Forever" and "Chelsea Smile" are absolute masterpieces. Most importantly, this album was the bridge between Count Your Blessings and There Is a Hell. It was the album that combined their old deathcore style with their new melodic metalcore style. It created that perfect balance that BMTH needed.
My List's Order
1. Suicide Season
3. Tie between Count Your Blessings and There Is a Hell
4. This Is What Edge of Your Seat Was Made For - ThatStrangeKid42
Melodic for a change.
Amazing in every way
New BMTH is nowhere as good as this album. If they continued the style that they showed in this album, they would be more popular. - Frantic713
I love this album so much. Tell slater is so amazing, black and blue, medusa.. they're all perfect. Not to mention Pray for plagues was BMTH's initial rise to fame
That's The Spirit is some emo wannabe softcore crap that fake fans use to claim they love BMTH yet have no idea of previous albumsV 2 Comments
I don't know if this counts considering it's an EP. A really good EP, but still.
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