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This Is What The Edge Of Your Seat Was Made For by Bring Me The Horizon

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This Is What The Edge Of Your Seat Was Made For

Bring Me The Horizon

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Album

This Is What The Edge Of Your Seat Was Made For

Bring Me The Horizon

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Label: Epitaph
Released in 2004, Bring Me the Horizon's first face-punch of a love letter to the Gothenburg scene was a four-song EP marked by the introduction of Oliver Sykes' sandpaper screech and the band's unfailing attention to detail in the guitar department. As may be expected, the 'roided-up, melodic death-metal feel and In Flames/At the Gates influence is so pervasive you can understand why the dudes recorded their second record in Sweden. There are no bad songs on here, but "Traitors Never Play Hangman" and "Rawwwrr!" are particularly awesome.

About This Album

Released in 2004, Bring Me the Horizon's first face-punch of a love letter to the Gothenburg scene was a four-song EP marked by the introduction of Oliver Sykes' sandpaper screech and the band's unfailing attention to detail in the guitar department. As may be expected, the 'roided-up, melodic death-metal feel and In Flames/At the Gates influence is so pervasive you can understand why the dudes recorded their second record in Sweden. There are no bad songs on here, but "Traitors Never Play Hangman" and "Rawwwrr!" are particularly awesome.

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About This Album

Released in 2004, Bring Me the Horizon's first face-punch of a love letter to the Gothenburg scene was a four-song EP marked by the introduction of Oliver Sykes' sandpaper screech and the band's unfailing attention to detail in the guitar department. As may be expected, the 'roided-up, melodic death-metal feel and In Flames/At the Gates influence is so pervasive you can understand why the dudes recorded their second record in Sweden. There are no bad songs on here, but "Traitors Never Play Hangman" and "Rawwwrr!" are particularly awesome.