History Music / BringMeTheHorizon

26th Mar '16 2:41:08 AM Iampureevil
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* ReligionRantSong ''The House of Wolves'' and ''Crooked Young'' are both type 2's
5th Mar '16 6:17:23 PM Angelboros
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* FollowTheLeader: While the band themselves have been accused of this, they also have their share of imitators, being one of the first bands to bridge the gap between floppy-haired {{Metalcore}} and the DarkerAndEdgier {{Deathcore}} scene.
** Definitely started happening to them when Sempiternal came out. Suddenly a bunch of metalcore bands started mixing their sound with electronic music.
8th Feb '16 4:25:00 AM Freshmeat
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Needless to say no one saw this album coming and it blew just about everyone out of the water. Proving that they weren't just a passing fad and instead one of the most important metalcore bands out right now, the pressure was on for their fourth album. But instead of caving they released what is now considered their MagnumOpus "Sempiternal".

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Needless to say no one saw this album coming and it blew just about everyone out of the water. Proving that they weren't just a passing fad and instead one of the most important metalcore bands out right now, the pressure was on for their fourth album. But instead of caving they released what is now considered their MagnumOpus top album "Sempiternal".
5th Feb '16 3:04:40 PM TokyoByNight
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* GenreShift: From {{Deathcore}} to {{Metalcore}}.

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* GenreShift: From {{Deathcore}} to {{Metalcore}}.{{Metalcore}}, then from metalcore to AlternativeRock.



* LargeHam

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* LargeHamLargeHam: Oli, all the time.
* LighterAndSofter: ''That's the Spirit'' is notably much lighter in sound than their previous material, due to them abandoning metalcore and incorporating indie elements. Even the heaviest songs ("Happy Song" and "True Friends") aren't as heavy as their normal music from before.
5th Feb '16 10:05:26 AM TokyoByNight
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All of this was [[JustForPun throne]] out the window in 2015, when they released ''That's the Spirit''. The album saw them completely abandoning metalcore and in its place, styles such as PopPunk, {{emo}}, electronic rock, pop rock, and NuMetal. This shift from metalcore to rock with some metal leanings gave them their biggest success worldwide, especially in the United States where it debuted at #2 on the albums chart (held off by Music/TheWeeknd's ''Beauty Behind the Madness''). The lead single "Throne" became their first song to top the US mainstream rock charts, and gave them their largest following to date.
5th Feb '16 9:55:08 AM TokyoByNight
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Bring Me The Horizon is a five-piece {{Metalcore}}/{{Deathcore}} band from Sheffield, Yorkshire, formed in 2004. The band's name comes from an {{Improv}} line from ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' ("Now... bring me that horizon"). Despite the fact that, prior to the almost universally-acclaimed ''Sempiternal'' and ''That's the Spirit'', they got alot of hate from metalheads and others for their image and for the fact that alot of their fans are teenage girls (which is a rather sexist insult to say to a band anyways), Bring Me The Horizon is a band that has constantly worked to update and push the envelope for their sound and for [[ScreamoMusic screamo]] in general. As of right now they might be one of the most experimental PostHardcore style bands out right now. They've released four full-length albums, one EP and a remix compilation.

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Bring Me The Horizon is a five-piece {{Metalcore}}/{{Deathcore}} rock band from Sheffield, Yorkshire, formed in 2004. The band's name comes from an {{Improv}} line from ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' ("Now... bring me that horizon"). Despite the fact that, prior to the almost universally-acclaimed ''Sempiternal'' and ''That's the Spirit'', they got alot of hate from metalheads and others for their image and for the fact that alot of their fans are teenage girls (which is a rather sexist insult to say to a band anyways), Bring Me The Horizon is a band that has constantly worked to update and push the envelope for their sound and for [[ScreamoMusic screamo]] in general. As of right now they might be one of the most experimental PostHardcore style bands out right now. They've released four full-length albums, one EP and a remix compilation.
1st Feb '16 5:02:58 AM Akriloth2160
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* OurProductSucks: The late 2015 internet advertising for one of their tours specified that it was not an announcement, but "a warning".
23rd Jan '16 8:32:47 PM nombretomado
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* StraightEdge: Zig-zagged. In the ''very'' early beginning; the original band members met at local straight edge hardcore concerts. The insert of their debut EP ''This Is What The Edge Of Your Seat Was Made For'' declared them to be a "drug-free band." This is now very ironic as the band went on to adopt a drunken partying image. However, Jona Weinhofen, former member of the straight edge band I Killed The Prom Queen, joined the band in 2009. However, before recording ''Sempiternal'', Sykes became addicted to ketamine, although he eventually stopped with the help of his family and bandmates.
21st Jan '16 1:57:35 AM LooneyCartoons
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* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: Mostly a hard 8, very often reaching a 9. Their deathcore stuff is often a soft 10. The material from ''That's the Spirit'' is around a 7.

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* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: Mostly a hard 8, very often reaching a 9. Their deathcore stuff is often a soft 10. The material from ''That's the Spirit'' ranges from a 3 ("Follow You", "Oh No") to a 7 ("Happy Song", "True Friends"), while songs like "Run" is around a 7.5.
23rd Dec '15 7:49:02 PM Papercut1
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* {{Metalcore}}

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* {{Metalcore}}{{Metalcore}}: Was one of the leading players until they completely abandoned it with ''That's the Spirit''.



** UpToEleven with ''That's the Spirit'', which completely abandons the {{Metalcore}} elements and goes full blown indie/alternative/ and even some PostRock.

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** UpToEleven with ''That's the Spirit'', which completely abandons the {{Metalcore}} elements and goes full blown indie/alternative/ and even some PostRock.PostRock and ''NuMetal''.
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