Bring Me The Horizon announce new album ‘That’s The Spirit’

LP due for release September 11

Bring Me The Horizon have announced they are to release a new album, ‘That’s The Spirit’.

The Sheffield band’s fifth full-length is set to be released on September 11 via RCA and will include their recent single ‘Happy Song’, as well as new track ‘Throne’, which will be premiering on Annie Mac’s Radio 1 show at 7.20pm this Thursday (July 23). Other song titles include ‘True Friends’, ‘Avalanche’ and ‘Blasphemy’.

Produced by the band members Oli Sykes and Jordan Fish, ‘That’s The Spirit’ will feature 11 songs recorded in Santorini Greece at Black Rock Studios. Following the sessions, the project was later mixed in London and mastered in New York.

As described in a statement, “‘That’s The Spirit’ is an 11-track exhilarating ride of an album, bursting with huge riffs, soaring vocals and stadium filling monster tracks”.

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The record follows on from Bring Me The Horizon’s 2013 LP ‘Sempiternal’, which has sold over half a million copies worldwide to date. The group are also due to release the Live DVD of their performance at Wembley Arena, titled Bring Me The Horizon: Live At Wembley, on July 27.

Upon its release earlier this month, ‘Happy Song’ entered the iTunes rock chart at Number One in the UK, US, Australia and whole host of other countries.

Bring Me The Horizon will be taking to the main stage at Reading and Leeds this August – Reading on Saturday Aug 29, followed by Leeds on Sunday Aug 30. Tickets are available here.