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Bring Me The Horizon - amo (Review) - Depth Magazine

www.depthmag.com/bmth-amo
With the cheerful chant of "S-P-I-R-I-T!" still ringing in our ears, to be on the cusp of something new from Bring Me The Horizon felt akin to Christmas Eve. The Sheffield quintet's That's The Spirit album has had undeniable staying power since its 2015 release, allowing for the band to stay relevant and already/still on tips of tongues when "MANTRA" released in August last year.
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Suicide Season - Bring Me the Horizon | Songs, Reviews ...

https://www.allmusic.com/album/suicide-season-mw0000800763
Sheffield’s intense, dynamic Bring Me the Horizon aim to change that. Suicide Season states the case clearly. Intricately constructed and refreshingly unpredictable songs like the relentless “Chelsea Smile” and the stop-start riff-fest “Football Season Is Over” are never generic, and instead provide a roller coaster for the ears.
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Bring Me The Horizon Amo Album Review - Outright Geekery

https://www.outrightgeekery.com/2019/01/25/bring-me-the-horizon-amo-album-review
Bring Me The Horizon are back with their sixth studio album Amo. The band has never stayed in one place when it comes o their sound and Amo is no different. Bound to polarise their fan base this album pulls you in every direction from euphoric synth pop to rip-roaring heavy rock.
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Bring Me the Horizon: Amo review – 'It ain't heavy metal ...

https://www.theguardian.com/music/2019/jan/25/bring-me-the-horizon-amo-review-sony
Bring Me the Horizon T he Sheffield rockers’ sixth takes a dramatic stylistic leap. Amo isn’t as barmy a move as Spinal Tap’s spoof Jazz Odyssey, ... “It ain’t heavy metal, ...
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