Bring Me the Horizon Albums Ranked

Bring Me the Horizon (often abbreviated as BMTH) are a British rock band formed in Sheffield in 2004. The group consists of lead 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, That’s the Spirit marked a shift in their sound to less aggressive rock music styles. Amo saw a shift into different genres, such as electronica, pop, and hip hop. Here are all of Bring Me the Horizon albums ranked.

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“The EP has the feeling of a mixtape. Most of the time it sounds like a DJ-mixtape of club music. No real drums, one moment of Rock guitars (“Underground Big {HEADFULOFHYENA} (feat. Bexey & Lotus Eater)“) and a lot guest features and long titles. It is easy to prey on this EP. This is no Bring Me The Horizon at all. The only thing connected to Bring Me The Horizon is the voice of Oliver Sykes (singer), the rest sound like everything BUT this band.”

6.Count Your Blessings (2006)

“This is great if you are looking for a strait hardcore album to bang your head to. Every song is a onslaught of low rhythmic guitar, squealing guitar riffs, and blood curdling lyrics. My favorite song is Black & Blue.”

5. That’s The Spirit (2015)

“The opening song “Doomed” on this album could be one of the greatest songs ever recorded. Oh yeah and the rest of the album is pretty good too. Seriously, these guys put more emotion into their music than I’ve heard in a long, long time. I get chills every time. This singer Oliver is quite amazing. They started out as an annoying (to me) screamer metal band and have evolved into something incredible. If you live in a dark place, this is the music you should listen to.”

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4. Amo (2019)

“This is probably BMTH’s most polarizing and eclectic album to date. It dives into pop and electronic territories a lot more than their previous release. And I’m totally okay with that. The thing about BMTH is, that despite how weird they get, they never disappoint. So try entering this album with an open mind. You can also appreciate Oli’s singing voice a lot more. And don’t worry, there’s still some rock songs on this album. In my opinion, the standout track on this record is sugar honey ice & tea.”

3. Suicide Season (2008)

“The album was definitely a grower and on repeat listens you get all the little touches, all the one off riffs will stick in your head and the gang chant vocals will shift in your opinion from something that is a bit cheesy and out of place to something to genuinely look forward to.High pitched vocals over drumming that uses the Crash Cymbal like a hi-hat and a lot of hardcore style breakdowns, is a pretty accurate way to describe every song on this record, with a few songs containing Death Growls and a few containing electro drums and effects to add a little variety.”

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2. There Is A Hell, Believe Me I’ve Seen It. There Is A Heaven, Let’s Keep It A Secret (2010)

“Bring Me the Horizon’s third album is a very good album for anyone who loves heavy, aggressive music with melodic overtones throughout. Every members performance is tight and done well, the production on all instruments and vocals is very good for a modern metal album as well. This album contains some of the bands heaviest material in my opinion and is the first album to really show signs of where the band was going to go on Sempiternal and That’s the Spirit.”

1. Sempiternal (2013)

“This album is a masterpiece, I kid you not! From the opening track, to the last note on final track, you are listening to a classic!! I love bmth, and this album is more singing than shouty of previous albums, but that takes nothing away from this cd. As well as the singing, the music, and more keyboard sounds, what also makes this album great is the lyrics. Some really heart felt emotions in this album.”