Bring Me The Horizon have written some absolute stone cold classics throughout their career. Yet some go completely under the radar. Now seems like a suitable time to dive in the more underappreciated corners of BMTH's back catalogue and have a good old head bang.
'THE SADNESS WILL NEVER END'
A deep cut from 'Suicide Season', this building slice of emotional battery featured none other than Architects' Sam Carter adding an extra layer of heartbreak.
'RE: THEY HAVE NO REFLECTIONS'
Scrappy, heavy and completely and utterly debauched, this is one of the first songs that Bring Me ever released and still one of the heaviest.
'LIQUOR & LOVE LOST'
Everybody always rememebers 'Count Your Blessings' for its brutal opener 'Pray For Plagues' but many forget that the rest of the record, including this two minute injection of malice, was just as brilliant.
'CHELSEA SMILE (TRAVIS MCCOY REMIX)'
A clash of cultures that worked perfectly. Brutal screams and hip-hop beats? It doesn't get much better.
'JOIN THE CLUB'
A bonus track on 'Sempiternal' that could very easily have sat among the best on the original album.
'DROWN' - LIVE FROM MAIDA VALE
How do you make a beautiful song even more beautiful than it already is? Play it in Maida Vale Studios with loads of strings, that's how.
'THE SADNESS WILL NEVER END' (SKRILLEX REMIX)
A remix that would not sound out of place blasting out of the speakers at both the biggest of superclubs and scruffiest of basement bars.
'CAN YOU FEEL MY HEART' (SHIKARI SOUND SYSTEM REMIX)
What do you get when you combine two of the UK's most exciting bands? An absolutely huge slice of dancable emotion, that's what.
Atmospheric, heartwrenching and utterly compelling. Featuring the brilliant Lights, this was an understated highlight of 'There Is A Hell Believe My I've Seen It...'.
A forgotten big hitter from the tailend of 'That's The Spirit', this was another indication of how far BMTH's sound has travelled.
'SEEN IT ALL BEFORE'
A calmer moment but one that is still a vital cog in the machine that is 'Sempiternal'.