Top 10 Best Bring Me the Horizon Songs
The meaning of this song is so deep and sad. The violins at the beginning set the scene of the song, and you can feel and hear the pain in Oli's voice. The use of a female vocalist also brings the song to a different aspect. It's an excellent song of crescendoing screams, guitar riffs, and drums. Definitely one of their best songs.
The song has an incredible construction, everything is in the right place at the right time with enough variation. The part after "you said this is suicide, I say this is a war" is simply perfect. The lyrics are also very profound.
Everything about the song is special, it makes you want to headbang and you feel the emotion put into it. Then, that well-placed "Ohh" in the middle is just perfect and gives you chills. This song just makes me really happy.
I am not generally into, and I'll use the term loosely, "metal", however, I think that the whole of "Sempiternal" is absolutely beautiful. The lyrics are so powerful, and I love how much emotion BMTH put into their music. "Shadow Moses" is the song that pulled me in, however, I think "Sleepwalking", "And the Snakes Start to Sing", and "Can You Feel My Heart" are equally incredible. However, "Shadow Moses" makes me feel a certain way which I have never felt before with any other song ever.
I can't explain how much I love this song. The lyrics hit home with me, and I could blast them all day. Not to mention the background music and buildup. To top it off, the music video is absolutely gorgeous!
This has got to be one of BMTH's best songs yet! I love the instrumentals and the singing, and even the video is amazing. It just goes to show how much the band has grown.
Make it #1, guys! No song can compare. A deep, emotional song interpreted in different ways, but nonetheless amazing. I sense it's either about depression or drugs. Whichever it may be, you can't help but feel the music as Oli sings with his beautifully raspy voice about feeling alone and dead inside. The lyrics are simply unreal in the sense that they speak to you even without a voice to carry them. I, for one, experience a feeling of understanding when I listen to this song. Trying to find a better description of depression is like trying to beat it all alone. Just listen.
No song has conveyed emotions quite as effectively as this one did. The instrumental is on point, the lyrics are on point. You can literally hear the emotions come right out of the speakers and hit you in the face when the chorus plays. All in all, this is one of the songs I'd never delete from my playlist.
I love "Sleepwalking." It's a genuinely deep, beautiful song, along with "Can You Feel My Heart?" I swear, though, if I hear "Can You Feel My Heart" one more time, my head will explode. "Sleepwalking" is just an amazing song, and I can't get enough of it. It's outstanding.
Erm, top three? This song has so much raw emotion in it and is one of their most lyrically beautiful ones. It's all one great metaphor about feeling alone and being nothing. Accepting your problems. Not to mention the synths and drums in this sound awesome. Real solid beat.
"I'm scared to get close and I hate being alone. I long for that feeling to not feel at all. The higher I get, the lower I sink. I can't drown my demons. They know how to swim." <--- that just ties the whole song together to make an epic track to go down in history.
"I'm scared to get close. I hate being alone. I long for that feeling, to not feel at all. The higher I get, the lower I'll sink. I can't drown my demons. They know how to swim."
This song is just… perfection. I'm surprised it's not in the top 3. It might not be one of their most lyrically beautiful songs, but it has a catchy beat that could give anyone a feel-good vibe. The light screaming and singing near the end just make this song one of their best.
The whole Suicide Season album is amazing, but this song is definitely my favorite. I can play this all day and never get bored of it. The best part of this song is where everything gets quiet and then the epic bass drop happens. This isn't in the music video, but BMTH always does this live and makes everyone jump up from a sitting position. It's just simply the best song to rock out to.
I also recommend The Comedown if you like this song. It's the first track of Suicide Season.
I love almost all of BMTH's songs, but this particular song had such deep lyrical meaning that it ought to be their best song ever. I also love hearing his voice rage on with the beat - it's totally the kind of song you should listen to with the volume to the sky. LOVE IT.
I'll give you a few good reasons to fall in love with this song: 1) The Lyrics 2) The intense guitar towards the end 3) Look at the mosh pit during this song. It's intense 4) Did I mention the lyrics? 5) It's a work of art. There you go.
This is the best song hands down. It has such beautiful and poetic lyrics that make you think and feel the deep emotions in the song. Beautiful lyrics, beautiful composition, this is exactly the components of a perfect song. It is one of the most beautiful and deep songs I have ever heard in my life.
#10? Really? Come on. This is easily their most musically intricate and meaningful song. The above songs are fantastic also, but this blows all of them out of the water. This should be #1 with It Never Ends at #2.
Seriously, Don't Go ahead of Crucify Me? If all the emos didn't flock to this list to vote, Crucify Me would be in the top 3 easily. One of their most musically advanced songs.
The most beautifully emotional song I have ever heard... Love the lyrics and love the way the end of Memorial fades into the beginning of this song. Absolutely amazing.
This song has amazing lyrics, and I really like the concept of the song. Being "blessed with a curse". I think it's a really emotional song and definitely my favorite from BMTH.
Ah, this song is so damn emotional. I love everything about it!
Amazing song! Oli wrote this song after he finished rehab. He basically wrote about his feelings on God and how the people trying to help him wouldn't stop shoving their beliefs down his throat. Seeing BMTH perform this live was one of the greatest moments of my life. The band and crowd went crazy, and the projection screen behind the band showed huge wolves hunting in a snowy forest. It's great lyrically, and the drums and guitar riffs are hardcore and phenomenal.
Really, I don't like the anti-theism because I love God a lot. But still, it's an outrageous song, my favorite from Bring Me the Horizon. I love the rhythm, the sound of the guitars. It's literally one of the best songs I've ever heard in my life. Long live Bring Me The Horizon.
Oh my God, this song! I could not stop playing it after I heard it. It's the best and most addictive song on the album. It's also an epic alarm and ringtone.
This song saved me. The part with Oli speaking at the beginning was enough to have me hooked, and you can just hear the emotion and meaning during the "hold me close, don't let go, watch me burn" part. This song will always be special to me and will always make me feel a little better. I love BMTH, and I think they always do a good job of showing how things really feel in their lyrics, but this song is just something else.
The second song I ever heard from them, I cried because of it, and it saved my life twice. I was having a bad time, had my music on shuffle, was ready to do it, then BOOM, Hospital for Souls came on, and I was in tears on my floor, sobbing. It gets better every time you analyze the song. The song means so much to me, I can't even express it. The lyrics are so deep, and Oli uses pretty much all of the voices he can: speaking, his little seductive whispery voice, and his screaming voice. Need anything else?
The best song: a perfect combination of the deathcore screaming from Count Your Blessings and This Is What The Edge Of Your Seat Was Made For, and the semi-clear vocals from There Is A Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It. There Is A Heaven, Let's Keep It A Secret and Sempiternal. And this song's got it, with also great lyrics... I love it! It's my favorite song.
This song ROCKS! I love the lyrics, the strong beat when the main chorus plays. This song is just amazing! I believe that anyone looking for a strong, upbeat hardcore metal song will just absolutely LOVE this song!
This is the best song by them! It's the first song I listened to by them. They are the best metalcore band out there! It brings up so many memories!
I love this song a lot because it has very deep and powerful lyrics. It emphasized Oli's vocals a lot more as well, and shows people what a great vocalist he really is. The use of the other instruments was great too! Lights also added her beautiful voice to the song, which gives the song a great combination of the different vocals perfectly fitted together in one song.
This song deserves to be in the top 5 at least! Lights singing and Oli's screams are truly a match made in heaven. I don't know how they do it, but they sound beyond beautiful together.
This is a great song! The lyrics are amazing (very deep and emotional). Definitely should be #1, although all the songs on the list are fantastic.
Brilliant song, it opened with this at Reading 2015, really setting the tone for the set, and that was one of the best sets the festival had to offer!
Amazing song for blasting in your car on the way home to pick you up after a terrible day at work! Brilliantly done, Oli!
The hardest on the new album.
Amazing song. Sykes has amazing vocals in this song, and it's also melodic. There are amazing guest vocals from Sam Carter, the vocalist of Architects. Overall, this is possibly their best song.
Amazing song. By far their greatest in terms of writing. Such a strong example of emotion in the vocals. This song is an early glimpse of what was to become their trademark sound.
Are you kidding me? This song is one of the best songs! It has deep lyrics, awesome vocals, and perfect sound. What's wrong with you?
I have no idea why this is so low on the list! I mean, yeah, it came out late in 2014 and stuff, but that shouldn't affect its rating! I love Drown so much. The lyrics are beautiful, Oli sounds amazing (as usual), and it's catchy as hell.
I also liked the little saxophone part that they added in, but it seems like other people didn't like it as much as I did. It makes sense though, me being a saxophonist myself, but it's still a really nice addition to the song. In my opinion, this is one of BMTH's best songs.
Okay, let's not lie to ourselves. It is a really good song, but the way they kill the song at its climax with that useless jazzy part is just painful. The rest of the song is brilliant, though. I'm just worried that they've transformed into whatever 'Drown' and 'Don't Look Down' are supposed to be.
Let me say something real quick. I hate Bring Me The Horizon. Everything about them bugs me. Hell, the music they produce is mediocre at best... Except for this song. This song is good, not Iron Maiden good, but it's good. And this is coming from someone who loathes the band with a passion.
Seriously, guys, 17th? I think this is one of the strongest songs from Sempiternal. The sound of this song is so unique. So professional!
I believe this should be higher. Personally, I did not like BMTH, but after hearing this song, I fell in love. I listen to it all the time, and it never gets old. Why is it at 12?
I didn't realize just how much I enjoyed this song until I looked at the number of plays it had on my phone.
Rarely do you get a song that is this emotional and combines lyrics and instruments so well. I think Chelsea Smile and Crucify Me can keep up. Otherwise, this is THE outstanding track by one of the best bands of the century!
In my opinion, this is my favourite song by them. The interlude gives me goosebumps, and the lyrics are really emotional. I could blast this all day. Such a good song!
So emotional. This song lacks almost nothing. It has heavy parts, sad parts... And I've completely fallen in love with these lyrics.
This is the best song! How is it not top ten? It explains how society is nowadays.
This song is the best. It's the reason why I started listening to this band!
I listen to this song whenever I'm mad or lonely. Antivist rocks my world!
The album Count Your Blessings is, in my opinion, their best work, and I would argue that this is the best song BMTH ever released. When someone looks up deathcore, this song should be the first to appear. These guys used to be so heavy... I miss those days...
The fact that most of their top 10 is their sell-out stuff, proves the pure sadness of what BMTH's fanbase is like today. And it's no one's fault but the band themselves. Well, mostly Oli. He's turned into an egocentric jerk ever since Suicide Season.
The best deathcore songs I've ever heard! Diamonds Aren't Forever is the best by BMTH. This should be number 2. Come on, 'It Never Ends' doesn't deserve that spot. 'Blessed With a Curse' is way better than that from their newest album.
1. Diamonds Aren't Forever
2. Pray for Plagues
3. The Sadness Will Never End
4. Chelsea Smile...
It's awesome, with a mix of awesome lyrics and great rhythm. I love it more every time I listen to it. Definitely the best song by Bring Me the Horizon that I have heard yet.
This song pretty much sums up a deathcore image. It's one of their best songs and their most catchy, in my opinion.
I love this song! How isn't this number 1? This song defines BMTH's roots and everything that is the genre deathcore!
I really like the Sempiternal album (the others are ok but for me, they're not that amazing). Empire is not that outstanding, but it combines amazingly powerful guitar, drums, heavy screaming with calmer, beautiful parts. My personal number 1.
Should be at least in the top 5! His voice is extremely powerful in this. Very deep lyrics, solid track. Brings fire to your bones. If you're looking through this list for the best songs to download, download this and the ones before it.
The best song by BMTH. His voice reminds me of Chester from Linkin Park. The chorus is epic, and I like the singing.
Even though it's different from their normal style, it deserves much more appreciation!
This should be higher. This song is beautiful.
I'm in love with this song. It's so seductive!
Possibly the best song on the new album. It's a song a lot of people can relate to, and Josh (YMAS) gives it that something extra. Overall, it's a great one.
Best song, in my opinion, and easily the best on There Is a Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It. There Is a Heaven, Let's Keep It a Secret.
We're young and in love.
The lyrics are so clever in this song. The first time I heard the lyric "or just a step to climb", I could feel tears in my eyes. This song is like "Can You Feel My Heart?" with the repetition of beautiful lyrics. I felt like Oli was really opening up to us fans about his parents when writing this song (with the help of Lee and Jordan, of course).
"And the Snakes Start to Sing" is easily Bring Me the Horizon's most solid song to date. This track is pure genius. The lyrics, instrumentals, and vocals are all amazing. The lyrics are something out of this world. "If you can't soar with the eagles, then don't fly with the flock."
Everything about this song is beautiful, including the clean vocals and the lyrics. It has to be my favorite Bring Me the Horizon song. And that beat, it's addictive.
This was the first track I heard from this band. Man, where have these guys been the last few years for me? Or maybe I just got out of touch with rock in general. Granted, this is an amazing song, and I swear I heard it 10 times in a row after hearing it. It's still in my favorite tracks.
I'm a new fan of the band, and this is the song that got me into them. In my opinion, this MUST be in the top ten. The vocals on this track are just amazing.
I know this is not the metalcore style we are used to, but I gotta say, this is such a great song. I like metalcore, but their new "electronic" style is getting me addicted to them anyway.
Definitely my favourite from the new album! It starts off poppy and Justin Bieber-like (jokes, but it was poppy). Yet when the tempo picks up with the build-up and the rawness comes through in Oli's singing... goosebumps!
This song is perfect. The instrumentals are great, Oli's vocals are clean and calm, and then the chorus hits hard, still clean, but powerful and mesmerizing. Amazing.
One off the new album "That's the Spirit", just really good. Amazing singing as well as screaming, of course, and the beat is amazing.