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BRING ME THE HORIZON - SEMPITERNAL (ALBUM)
Label:RCA/SME
Entry:14/04/2013 (Position 1)
Last week in charts:18/08/2013 (Position 43)
Peak:1 (1 weeks)
Weeks:9
Place on best of all time:2127 (197 points)
Year:2013
World wide:
ch  Peak: 69 / weeks: 1
de  Peak: 22 / weeks: 3
at  Peak: 17 / weeks: 5
fr  Peak: 84 / weeks: 1
be  Peak: 149 / weeks: 5 (Vl)
  Peak: 200 / weeks: 1 (Wa)
se  Peak: 32 / weeks: 1
fi  Peak: 10 / weeks: 1
no  Peak: 27 / weeks: 1
au  Peak: 1 / weeks: 9
nz  Peak: 10 / weeks: 2

CD
RCA 88765420622


TRACKS
29/03/2013
CD RCA 88765420622 (Sony) / EAN 0887654206220
1. Can You Feel My Heart
3:48
2. The House Of Wolves
3:25
3. Empire (Let Them Sing)
3:45
4. Sleepwalking
3:50
5. Go To Hell, For Heaven's Sake
4:03
6. Shadow Moses
4:03
7. And The Snakes Start To Sing
5:02
8. Seen It All Before
4:07
9. Antivist
3:13
10. Crooked Young
3:34
11. Hospital For Souls
6:46
   
26/04/2013
CD RCA 88765420612 (Sony) / EAN 0887654206121
   
26/04/2013
LP RCA 88765445021 (Sony) / EAN 0887654450210
   
23/08/2013
CD RCA 88765479852 (Sony) / EAN 0887654798527
   

14/04/2013: N 1.
21/04/2013: 10.
28/04/2013: 18.
05/05/2013: 21.
12/05/2013: 24.
09/06/2013: R 49.
16/06/2013: 47.
21/07/2013: R 49.
18/08/2013: R 43.
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Bring Me The HorizonBring Me The Horizon: Discography / Become a fan
BRING ME THE HORIZON IN AUSTRALIAN CHARTS
Albums

TitleEntryPeakweeks
Suicide Season19/10/2008281
There Is A Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It. There Is A Heaven, Let's Keep It A Secret24/10/201013
Sempiternal14/04/201319
SONGS BY BRING ME THE HORIZON
(I Used To Make Out With) Medusa
A Lot Like Vegas
Alligator Blood
And The Snakes Start To Sing
Anthem
Antivist
Black & Blue
Blacklist
Blessed With A Curse
Can You Feel My Heart
Chasing Rainbows
Chelsea Smile
Crooked Young
Crucify Me
Death Breath
Deathbeds (Bring Me The Horizon feat. Hannah Snowdon)
Diamonds Aren't Forever
Don't Go
Empire (Let Them Sing)
Football Season Is Over
For Stevie Wonder's Eyes Only
Fuck
Go To Hell, For Heaven's Sake
Home Sweet Hole
Hospital For Souls
It Never Ends
It Was Written In Blood
Liquor & Love Lost
Memorial
No Need For Introductions, I've Read About Girls Like You On The Backs Of Toilet Doors
Off The Heezay
Pray For Plagues
Seen It All Before
Shadow Moses
Sleep With One Eye Open
Sleepwalking
Suicide Season
Tell Slater Not To Wash His Dick
The Comedown
The Fox And The Wolf
The House Of Wolves
The Sadness Will Never End
Visions
ALBUMS BY BRING ME THE HORIZON
Count Your Blessings.
Sempiternal
Suicide Season
Suicide Season Cut Up!
There Is A Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It. There Is A Heaven, Let's Keep It A Secret
 
REVIEWS
Average points: 4 (Reviews: 1)
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Between all the different influences and Oli's different sounding vocals, this band seems to have little resemblance to the one that released "There Is A Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It, There Is A Heaven. Let's Keep It A Secret". From my point of view, this can only be a good thing, because "There Is A Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It, There Is A Heaven. Let's Keep It A Secret" really suffered from lack of variation; the formula was pretty standard for the genre. Doing as they should, the singles actually made me interested in the whole product, and I did enjoy it.

Metalcore can often be a taxing listen. I wouldn't say it's because of the loudness, because lol I have volume controls. But often it lacks what I want to hear in music. But again, if you listen to "There Is A Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It, There Is A Heaven. Let's Keep It A Secret" there's little in the way of melody; at times the vocals and music don't seem to have any syncronisation between them. I'd be hard pressed to ever call it catchy. On this album you still get the loud crashing guitars, but it's easier to follow, and the back and forth with the vocals (particularly in "Shadow Moses") can be quite enjoyable.

The varied influences evident in this help not only because they give the album character, but they squash the possible notion that it all sounds the same, which by comparison could certainly be levelled towards "There Is A Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It, There Is A Heaven. Let's Keep It A Secret". So yeah, I enjoyed this album and am quite curious where they go next.
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