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Features of survival in post-apocalypse

October 31, 2020
Bring Me The Horizon - Post Human: Survival Horror

The music of the Bring Me The Horizon - Post Human: Survival Horror album begins with the union of futuristic pulsations, furious guitar drive and rebellious vocal screams, setting the mood of the Dear Diary, musical narration, fully embodied in the alternation of furious guitar solos and vocal reflections. The sound of the Parasite Eve composition is filled with folklore chorales of the singing ladies, then the vocal recitative is confessed to disbelief in anything. Then the female vocals add to the atmosphere of disbelief and rejection, anticipating some echoes of the ballad and futuristic post-apocalypse.
The Teardrops immediately pronounces its name, marching in the mid-tempo significance of the union of pop and metalcore. The fusion of electronic music and rock drive merges into a musical narrative, returning to the simplistic punk rock influence in the vocal part, sometimes lifting the banner of a more generally accepted musical essence in the Obey (With Yungblud) chorus. The Itch For The Cure (When Will We Be Free?) anticipates the further development of the subsequent composition, acting as its twilight introduction with vocal recitative. The Kingslayer (Feat. Babymetal) further exacerbates the unity of contemporary music and violent rock 'n' roll drive, bringing in puppet vocal images with the vocal phrases of the invited vocalists.
And again, the participation of the invited musicians leaves a significant mark on the thoughtful ballad of 1X1 (Feat. Nova Twins) song. The reflections of the Ludens vocals are combined with the fog of musical mystery, rolling in a pulsating march. The final composition of the album One Day The Only Butterflies Left Will Be In Your Chest As You March Towards Your Death (Feat. Amy Lee) is overwhelmingly embellished with the vocals of a guest vocalist who brings her narration to the fore.