Bring Me the Horizon - Live at Wembley
On December 5 2014 the British superstars Bring Me The Horizon played a show of gigantic proportions in the London Wembley Arena: the thus far biggest concert of the five took place in front of 12.000 completely freaky fans of the sons of Sheffield! Hymns like "Shadow moses" or "Chelsea smile" were surrounded by plenty of special effects and pyros and welcomed with countless Walls Of Death and Circle Pits - an evening that made history and what makes this DVD-release “Live at Wembley” a memorial in their honour!
Tracklist - Live at Wembley Arena
- 1.Shadow Moses
- 2.Go to Hell, for Heaven's sake
- 3.The house of wolves
- 4.Diamonds aren't forever
- 5.It never ends
- 6.And the snakes start to sing
- 7.Alligator blood
- 8.Empire (Let them sing)
- 9.Chelsea smile
- 10.Pray for plague
- 11.Blessed with a curse
- 14.Hospital for souls
- 16.Can you feel my heart
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It was a spectacular gig to be at and its been captured thrillingly on DVD!
Bring Me The Horizon's sold out arena show was the culmination of a huge upward curve the band had ridden since their critically acclaimed album Sempiternal dropped in 2013.
Unsurprisingly, Sempiternal material dominates the set, from Shadow Moses all the way through to Can You Feel My Heart, with around 90 minutes of brutal nonstop insanity in between - the likes of which may never truly be seen again as That's The Spirit opens the path for some more chilled out sections of their live shows in the future.
The band are on fine form and, while one must be cynical of overdubs on live recordings, Ollie in particular has never sounded better - even making Pray For Plagues - the band paying tribute to their earlier, shall we say less acclaimed days - off their 1st album sound menacing live!
The crowd match & surpass any energy levels the band reach, with walls of death & circle pits massive enough to shut the mouth of any metal purist!
No special features or interviews (as seems to be the way these days sadly) but still a great live spectacle and definitely worth more than one watch!
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