I stopped listening after There Is A Hell, I don't know what they are doing anymore nor do I care enough to find out, it's just a case of "find another band" who plays metalcore. I'm tired of bands selling out, being wannabe Imagine Dragons, it's very cliche' all they do is alienate original fans, I was with them from the beggining of count your blessings. B. S man
Like a mad scientist creating a new Frankenstein every album. Lets be real, they need to stick to what they are good at, they won't, it is what it is, i'm also tired of fans like you who refuse to see the End of a band was 5-10 years ago, they peaked and now rubbish, not my band, not my concern, but if you are drifting away from a genre, it's a good idea to start under a new band name, if i wanted to wear a BMTH merch, I can't because they no longer represent my interests
..my comment was in general and not a personal attack lol but to say bmth have lost their uniqueness is weird 2 me when amo and post human is prob the most interesting thing to come out of their root genre in years
I know, I was just remembering some of the BMTH interviews along with your comment. Idk about those albums because i stopped following.. Yes "production" improved but no heavy guitars anymore, no screaming, no badass lyrics, even the hair.. The whole "new direction" thing is lost on me.. And other points to make are like, we know Pop/electronic has the bigger audience and more money for artists, blogger critics bash "deathcore" as all sounding the same, its like these bands listen to the people that hate them and do as they say, i dont get it. Also they get married and have kids, they become weak, physically, mentally, musically. It just leaves me with less music to care about, its no good
I was fully prepared for Horizon to continue the direction they were headed on Amo, which I loved, definitely didn't expect Post Human! I kind of fell of from them after Suicide Season but got back in on Amo and honestly every album is killer.
There's only a few albums in existence that completely consume me from the first listen and Survival Horror is one of them.
The only track I can't make my mind up on is the last one with Amy Lee. I see what they're trying to do with it and the vibe they wanted to end the album with, but it's a completely different vibe. Also when I saw she was going to duet with them I was expecting something along the lines of 'Bring Me To Life'. Not sure on that one.