Bring Me The Horizon - Obey
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2020 Ratings: #168
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September 1, 2020 / Release Date
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The sound of a very, very fun revolution, this metal and EDM-inspired banger is an ode to kicking against the pricks and having a good time in the process.

For the last 10 years BMTH have become the absolute masters of making everyone go *WHO THE FUCK ASKED FOR THIS* just to surprise everyone by not completely embarrassing themselves and thankfully the cycle continues as everyone expected this to be trash but god damn this was a really energetic and heavy track. Bravo

Hopefully this doesn't get old really quickly like their last single but maybe I should also not listen to this 20 times in a row so...
Look, I was expecting this to be an awful 808-filled trap collab with Yungblud but it ended up being pretty alright in the end. Love how noisy and heavy this song is, one of their heaviest songs ever from their new era. The chorus isn't bad either, and that BREAKDOWN is one of the best ones.

Now here's the issue. Motherfucking Yungblud ruins music. He's the new marshmello, he can't help but collab with every good or decent artist and add nothing of substance. I hate how his voice sounds in ... read more
A song Yungblud didn't ruin. I call that a win!
didn't liked yungblud choose to be featuring here but it's a nice track, used to be the weakest from the singles but still cool on its way, and as usually, their heavy songs still the best ones
honestly fine till brendan yuri comes in
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  1. Obey (with YUNGBLUD)
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Added on: September 1, 2020