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FEATURE: Happy 10-Year Anniversary To Bring Me The Horizon’s ‘Sempiternal’

Ten years ago, on April 1, 2013, British rock band Bring Me The Horizon released their fourth studio album, Sempiternal. It’s hard to believe that a decade has passed since the album’s release, but it remains just as influential and beloved by fans today as it was upon its debut.

Sempiternal was a turning point for Bring Me The Horizon, marking a shift away from their earlier metalcore sound and towards a more atmospheric and melodic style of rock. The album featured a mix of heavy guitar riffs, electronic elements, and soaring choruses, showcasing the band’s versatility and experimentation.

From the opening track Can You Feel My Heart to the anthemic Shadow Moses, Sempiternal is an album that demands to be listened to in full. It’s a cohesive and dynamic work that flows seamlessly from one track to the next, with each song offering something new and exciting for the listener.

Lyrically, Sempiternal is a powerful exploration of mental health and the struggle to find meaning and purpose in life. The album’s themes of pain, isolation, and self-discovery resonated deeply with fans, who found solace and comfort in the band’s emotive and heartfelt lyrics.

Looking back on the past decade, it’s clear that Sempiternal has left an indelible mark on the world of rock music. It remains a fan favorite and a touchstone for the band, who continue to push boundaries and experiment with their sound with each subsequent release.

In conclusion, the 10-year anniversary of Sempiternal is a cause for celebration for Bring Me The Horizon fans everywhere. The album’s impact and influence are as strong as ever, and its message of hope and resilience in the face of adversity is more important than ever in these challenging times. Here’s to another 10 years of Sempiternal, and to the continued success and creativity of Bring Me The Horizon.

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Eva van den Bosch Head Editor, Photographer
Eva van den Bosch combines concert photography with a prominent editorial role at Strife Mag.