BMTH Announce New Album 'Post Human: Survival Horror'

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  • BMTH Announce New Album 'Post Human: Survival Horror'
    POSTED 15 Oct 2020

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    Bring Me The Horizon have announced a new album called Post Human: Survival Horror, which will be out sooner than you might expect - October 30, to be exact!

    The new release will be 9 tracks long and will feature collaborations with Amy Lee (Evanescence), BabymetalYungblud and Nova Twins.

    BMTH's past three singles 'Ludens''Parasite Eve' and 'Obey' have all been big hits for the band and will all feature on the album alongside 6 new tracks for fans to get around.

    Fans were divided by the band's last album amo, which strayed heavily from the heavier sound which defined them over the previous decade, though given what we've heard from Post Human so far, and the fact that they've been working with people like Aussie producer Mick Gordon (DOOM), this is set to be a more aggressive release than the last.

     

    BMTH Post Human: Survival Horror artwork

    Bring Me The Horizon - Post Human: Survival Horror tracklisting:

    01 - "Dear Diary,"
    02 - "Parasite Eve"
    03 - "Teardrops"
    04 - "Obey" feat. Yungblud
    05 - "Itch for the Cure" (When Will We Be Free?)
    06 - "Kingslayer" feat. Babymetal
    07 - "IXI" feat. Nova Twins
    08 - "Ludens"
    09 - "One Day the Only Butterflies Left Will Be in Your Chest as You March Towards Your Death" feat. Amy Lee

    Listen to Bring Me The Horizon now.

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Submitted by Site Factory admin on Thu, 10/15/2020 - 00:58

BMTH

Bring Me The Horizon have announced a new album called Post Human: Survival Horror, which will be out sooner than you might expect - October 30, to be exact!

The new release will be 9 tracks long and will feature collaborations with Amy Lee (Evanescence), BabymetalYungblud and Nova Twins.

BMTH's past three singles 'Ludens''Parasite Eve' and 'Obey' have all been big hits for the band and will all feature on the album alongside 6 new tracks for fans to get around.

Fans were divided by the band's last album amo, which strayed heavily from the heavier sound which defined them over the previous decade, though given what we've heard from Post Human so far, and the fact that they've been working with people like Aussie producer Mick Gordon (DOOM), this is set to be a more aggressive release than the last.

 

BMTH Post Human: Survival Horror artwork

Bring Me The Horizon - Post Human: Survival Horror tracklisting:

01 - "Dear Diary,"
02 - "Parasite Eve"
03 - "Teardrops"
04 - "Obey" feat. Yungblud
05 - "Itch for the Cure" (When Will We Be Free?)
06 - "Kingslayer" feat. Babymetal
07 - "IXI" feat. Nova Twins
08 - "Ludens"
09 - "One Day the Only Butterflies Left Will Be in Your Chest as You March Towards Your Death" feat. Amy Lee

Listen to Bring Me The Horizon now.

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