Bring Me the Horizon

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A gradual drift from pure metalcore to mainstream genres like pop-rock and EDM

The English rock band Bring Me the Horizon released their sixth studio album Amo in January 2019 through Sony Music and RCA Records. In this album, we get to see a significant drift in their sound from pure rock/metal to introduction of pop, hip hop, dance and electronic music elements. Bring Me the Horizon, which started as a metalcore band, has changed their music to the more commercial genres. Its genre has been described as a combination of pop-rock, EDM, electro pop, electronic rock, synth pop, alternative rock, hard rock, pop and electronica, along with some elements of hip-hop and trap. The album has a total of thirteen tracks that runs for an overall time length of approximately fifty two minutes. Amo, the name has been taken from the Portuguese word of “I love”. According to the frontman Oliver Sykes, this is a “love album” exploring every aspect of this powerful emotion, including the good, bad and the ugly. Later, he also commented that this is a concept album. The album received mostly good reviews among many mixed reviews from the music critics and listeners. NME rated the album 5 out of 5 stars, while AllMusic rated it 4.5 stars praising the album calling it “genre-bending thrill ride that marks a brave new era for the band”. The Independent rated the album 4 out of 5 stars calling the album as “catchy and eclectic”, while The Guardian rated it 3 out of 5 stars, comparing it with Linkin Park’s “A Thousand Suns”. Metal Injection and Wall of Sound rated the album 7 out of 10, while the heavy metal music news website Metal Injection rated it 7.5. It received an overall rating of 85 on Metacritic. Though many fans could not accept the change in their music genres, especially the fan base the band created during their Metalcore origins, but this new work has certainly managed to gather new listeners. Some of their rock/metal listeners persisted and they had also gathered listeners who like listening to genres like pop and electronic music. The album was featured in many music charts across the planet, and reached the number one position in countries like Australia and the United Kingdom. It was featured in the fourteenth position on US Billboard 200 chart.

Written by @Soulbyweekly from SoulByweekly
May 31, 2019

AMO, The Mantra of “Bring Me The Horizon”

I do not know if they wanted to play with the word AMO, since the meaning of this word in Spanish is "I love" and probably they love what they have done in this album but, what I'm sure of is that I love all the songs included on the album because of their variety and what the British band Bring Me The Horizon has shown the world: virtuosity. An eclectic album in fact, but not meaningless, everything has been perfectly placed in the right place to create sometimes a schizophrenic environment, full of energy and other times puzzling. With strokes of Rush in some subjects, but also collecting the most modern styles such as Electro Pop and Hip-Hop. Oliver Sykes, vocalist of this band, is far from any prejudice, the same gives a handle to his voice as the most acclaimed Heavy Metal singer, or the clarity and smoothness of singing that Shawn Mendes has and, in some songs, surprises us with feminine tessituras. Some lyrics are hard to digest, but with enough time to meditate on each of them, we will see reflected many of our complications on this modern life. What I want to make clear is that, although it is musically complete and complex, so is it in the content of its lyrics, it is not hollow or superficial on the contrary, it is profound and coherent. This is what it's all about when we talk about an artist, or a group of artists as is the case: committed to their art without caring about the false postures, the clichés, the attachment to market labels or, the pathetic care of the image that many others have and, therefore, waste the full potential of a record or a song and never show everything that are able to contribute to music. Fortunately, we are faced with an authentic band ready to break down all the barriers. They do not stop to look good with a sector of the public that loves certain musical genres; on the contrary, they compose what comes to them at the moment of the creative process and they capture it in the record. Although many have criticized his album MASTER for the seemingly meaningless mixture of so many styles between song and song, I think this is the best thing that can be done by an artist in these moments of so much competition and tastes so varied among music lovers. Things are no longer like they used to be and everything that comes from an artist can be appreciated together or separately. In short, it is a success. This masterful selection of songs included in the album is a mantra, so great.

Written by @JorgeDiaz from Electro Arpegio
May 10, 2019

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    2004–present

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  • BMG
  • Sony
  • RCA
  • Columbia
  • Visible Noise
  • Epitaph
  • Thirty Days of Night
  • Earache
  • Shock

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Bring Me the Horizon, often abbreviated BMTH, are an English rock band from Sheffield, South Yorkshire. Formed in 2004, the group now consists of vocalist Oliver Sykes, guitarist Lee Malia, bassist Matt Kean, drummer Matt Nicholls and keyboardist Jordan Fish. They are signed to RCA Records globally and Columbia Records exclusively in the United States. The style of their early work, including their debut album Count Your Blessings, has been described primarily as deathcore, but they started to adopt a more eclectic style of metalcore on later albums. Furthermore, their fifth album That's the Spirit marked a shift in their sound to less aggressive rock music styles. In addition, their sixth album Amo saw a shift into different genres, such as electronica, pop and hip hop.
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