Best Bring Me the Horizons AlbumsSOULFLY-SAM0101
The Top Ten
Shadow Moses was the first song I knew by that. I complete fall in love with that album. In my opinion it's a perfect mix of Heavy riffs and Melodic electronic stuff.
The latest and most mainstream sounding album yet. Anyone could get into this album. Check out the hit songs Shadow Moses, Sleepwalking and Can You Feel My Heart. - SOULFLY-SAM0101
THIS IS SANDPIT TURTLE!
But in all seriousness this album is awesome.
No way this should be this high - Souleater318
Quite a metal album, yet mellow at times. They manage to pull of more lighter songs like Don't Go and Blessed With A Curse but manage to pound in heavy with songs like Alligator Blood and Blacklist without either light or heavy sounding out of place. - SOULFLY-SAM0101
This album has aged better than the rest. No songs that make me cringe, and it has an atmospheric metal sound to it. It sounds like what Deafheaven would sound like if they were a metalcore band. - somelifeonaplanet
The king of Metalcore albums. This album kicks ass in such a good way. Songs like Chelsea Smile and Diamonds Aren't Forever get the crowd moving. Sounds like a mix between Messugah, Slipknot and Linkin Park. - SOULFLY-SAM0101
I will admit, their two newer albums had a much higher level of musicianship; however, I think Suicide Season easily is their best. It 1) was the album that made them famous, 2) defines everything about BMTH, and 3) it has songs like "Diamonds Aren't Forever", "Chelsea Smile", and their shortest song with the longest title (laugh out loud). Oh, and Oli's screaming was PERFECT... seriously, PERFECT during the title track.
My List's Order:
1. Suicide Season
3. Count Your Blessings
Tied for #3. There Is a Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It. There Is a Heaven, Let's Keep It a Secret.
5. This Is What the Edge of Your Seat Was Made For - ThatStrangeKid42
A decent Deathcore album. Not Suicide Silence heavy and not generic Deathcore as such. Quite a good and unique listen. Check out Pray For Plagues. - SOULFLY-SAM0101
What has this band become. They were so good in this era. - Souleater318
HELL YES BOI!
Very cool stuff. Includes the song Traitor's Never Play Hang-Man. Worth a buy if it's cheap. - SOULFLY-SAM0101
Who would imagine that they would do music like this? The album isn't bad, but it really misses those heavy parts from Sempiternal. Anyway for me their 3rd album is the best so it gets my vote. - tiagocowboy11
Their most interesting sonic-ally complex album to date, BMTH takes on a alternative rock sounded loaded with atmospheric and electronic experimentation.
The latest in Bring Me The Horizons arsenal. Features Deathbeds, probably one of the best bonus tracks of modern music. - SOULFLY-SAM0101
Comes with the 2009 Deluxe version of Suicide Season. Really cool variety of remixes on here. For any dance fans or Bring Me The Horizon fans. - SOULFLY-SAM0101
Pretty decent underground Deathcore. There isn't a CD for it so I suggest you check it out on YouTube. - SOULFLY-SAM0101
Pretty relaxing stuff, remixed by Draper. A quiet change to the Bring Me The Horizon sound. - SOULFLY-SAM0101
Includes a hit single and a few remixes. Worth getting if you use Itunes. - SOULFLY-SAM0101
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Top Remixes (6)
2. Count Your Blessings
3. Suicide Season
2. There Is a Hell Believe Me I've Seen It. There Is a Heaven Lets Keep It a Secret.
3. That's the Spirit
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