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Although the band's split from Visible Noise wasn't strictly aggressive, the band wanted to join a major record label due to the lack of resources and support an independent label could offer during the album's development and promotion. Music For Nations are proud to present a celebration of 10 years of Bring Me The Horizon’s sempiternal.

Originally released in 2013, ‘Sempiternal’ is one of the most definitive metal albums of a generation.magazine where they review the songs track by track Sykes makes several references to "a problem" which cohesively binds the tracks themes together. The band initially wanted to begin recording the album in May 2012, however, Sykes believed it was too soon and that the band should just demo for a few months instead.

The album is also seen as taking the electronic elements that have progressively surfaced in the band's career [26] and incorporating them into the foundation of the songs. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalised rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream music critics, the album received an average score of 81, based on 12 reviews, which indicates "universal acclaim". This then led to the band streaming the album online until its release date, which was pushed forward from 29 and 30 April to 1 and 2 April for Worldwide and North American release, respectively. This was the Flower of Life, a geometric design consisting of overlapping circles, and is the main feature of its album cover.The album debuted in the United Kingdom at number three on the album chart [70] and number one on the rock chart [71] with over 9,000 copies sold in its first week.

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