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.
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Based on 3 reviews
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Based on 144 ratings
2010 Ratings: #197
Liked by 7 people
October 4, 2010 / Release Date
LP / Format
Visible Noise, Epitaph / Label
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CRITIC REVIEWS

100
Sputnikmusic
If there was ever a defining moment for the band, this is it.
70
AllMusic

There Is a Hell finds Bring Me the Horizon at the top of their game, and its lack of over-indulgent production makes it an album that’ll not only please fans of the band, but may surprise fans of bands like Converge who are interested in seeing what the kids are up to these days.

60
Spin
On their third album, these dizzying British metalcore chemists swing erratically in an effort to shake genre conventions, flirting with dystopic Max Headroom stutter, electro gloom, and tender indie-folk cuddles.
CxAylward
86
one of the better metalcore albums of the decade
ryanoat
79
ok how did these guys later go on to do medicine
CLJesse
58
It's out of my element, but I can see the appeal.
midnightbabe
98
Ah yes, my favourite metal album. This one came on a perfect time on my life; I was a depressed teenager and my emo soul LOVED the shit out of this record, and I still do to this day. It's metalcore perfection, with vivid production and hooks for days, as well as a lot of painfully cathartic moments. Pure intense bliss and adrenaline from start to finish.

It kicks off perfectly with the 6 minute Crucify Me, an electronic-metalcore banger with a beautiful outro. It starts out super soft and ... read more
leolucia
74
VERY GOOD

An explosion of crisp sound, great vocals and soothing instrumental pauses that let you catch your breath before you're thrown back into another exhilerating rush of energy. A solid metalcore record, I suppose (I haven't listened to much of this genre).
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Track List

  1. Crucify Me - feat. Lights
  2. Anthem
  3. It Never Ends
  4. Fuck - feat. Josh Franchesci
  5. Don't Go - feat. Lights
  6. Home Sweet Hole
  7. Alligator Blood
  8. Visions
  9. Blacklist
  10. Memorial
  11. Blessed With A Curse
  12. The Fox and The Wolf - feat. Josh Scogin
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Added on: August 8, 2014