Over the last decade, BMTH has been one of the top names in the music industry. This British rock band has taken the world over by a storm. Their songs all have stories that their fans have connected with. That's The Spirit was released in 2015, and it has been one of BMTH best albums to date.
Now, for early BMTH fans, you've noticed that over each album, the band has slowly detached itself away from it's earlier metalcore roots. I've read a lot of reviews on why this has upset many fans of BMTH, but I would argue that BMTH has done what most bands find hard to accomplish. BMTH has created an amazing album almost completely different from it's earlier albums,and has managed to adapt as a band. Adaptability in the music business has killed many great artist we know. However, I would argue that BMTH continues to do an amazing job at adapting to what they want, and adapting to the nonstop world of music.
If you start to listen to the album, most of the heavier songs are in the beginning(Happy Song/Doomed) and as the album goes on, we begin to see this transition. I believe BMTH wanted to take you through their journey and showing how much they truly have evolved as a band.
I would definitely recommend this album and below is the beautiful version of Doomed. This version was performed with a live orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall .
written by raegan gordon