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Download links and information about Sempiternal by Bring Me The Horizon. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Rock, Metal, Alternative genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 45:30 minutes.

Artist: Bring Me The Horizon
Release date: 2013
Genre: Rock, Metal, Alternative
Tracks: 11
Duration: 45:30
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No. Title Length
1. Can You Feel My Heart 3:47
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 4:02
6. Shadow Moses 4:02
7. And the Snakes Start To Sing 5:01
8. Seen It All Before 4:07
9. Antivist 3:13
10. Crooked Young 3:34
11. Hospital For Souls 6:44



Bring Me the Horizon’s fourth studio album is also its first for RCA. With a switch to a major label, it should come as no surprise that the English metalcore band also ramped up the production of Sempiternal. The electronic flourishes lurking in the periphery of BMTH’s past albums are now at the forefront of its songs. Equally bolstered by sternum-rattling beats and frontman Oliver Sykes’ emotionally urgent howls, the opening anthem “Can You Feel My Heart” may be the most danceable metalcore song to date. However, devotees and purists of the genre will be glad to know that the electro garnishing never overshadows the core elements. “Sleepwalking” is a fine example—the guitars still build towering walls of sonic distortion, and Sykes still sounds like he’s shredding his larynx. The imported electronic textures only add another dimension to a tried-and-true sound. This extends into “Shadow Moses,” where more prevalent beats and neon tones serve as sandwiched layers of depth, letting the propulsive rhythms and muscled riffs stand out alongside Sykes’ screams.