Bring Me the Horizon There is a Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It. There is a Heaven, Let's Keep it a Secret

Bring Me the Horizon There is a Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It. There is a Heaven, Let's Keep it a Secret
Don't be confused by the paragraph-long album title ― Bring Me the Horizon haven't crossed over into the indie/math rock side of the rock spectrum. On There is a Hell, the group deliver their finest and most diverse album to date. First track "Crucify Me" is an absolute nut buster. Oli Sykes's voice finds itself somewhere between a scream and growl, sounding as intense as ever. Gang vocals come and go, alongside electro-modified voices singing the album title. And, as the track peters out, Toronto's Lights enters to sing the song to sleep. The songstress also appears on "Don't Go," a track with sparse instrumentation ― a string section and some drums to begin ― and Sykes's screaming, desperation in his voice, very reminiscent of Spencer Chamberlain from Underoath. Other highlights include thrash rockers "The Fox and the Wolf" (featuring Josh Scogin of the Chariot) and "Alligator Blood." The English quintet sum up the album when they scream, "I think I'm losing my mind." This record is that good. (Epitaph)