That's the Spirit is the fifth studio album by British rock band Bring Me the Horizon. The album was released on 11 September 2015, and marks a departure from the group's metalcore roots, in favour of a less aggressive alternative rock and metal style. The album debuted at number one in Australia and Canada, number two in the UK Albums Chart, and the US Billboard 200. The album received universal acclaim from music critics.
Bring Me The Horizon - Drown (Acoustic) (2015). Genre: Alternative, post-hardcore Country: UK Quality: 320 kbps. Bring Me The Horizon - True Friends (2015). Genre: Post-Hardcore Country: Lodi, CA, US. A Skylit Drive – Bring Me A War (2015). Bring Me The Horizon – Happy Song (2015). Genre: Post-Hardcore, Electronic, drum 'n' bass Country: United Kingdom Quality: MP3, 320 kbps. Bring Me The Horizon - Don't Look Down (2014).
That’s The Spirit is BMTH’s fifth studio album. It shows a development of the sound introduced on 2013’s Sempiternal, moving away from the metal and deathcore style of older material. Frontman Oli Sykes cited a wider range of influences such as Jane’s Addiction, Radiohead, and Interpol on this record. Critics have praised this evolution, even as many fans expressed disappointment in the less heavy, stadium-friendly sound. The album was self-produced by keyboardist Jordan Fish and Oli. The title is a reference to the refrain of Happy Song, which ironically samples a high school pep rally
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British metalcore act BRING ME THE HORIZON has set "That's The Spirit" as the title for its fifth album, due on September 11 via Columbia Records. Around twelve tracks were laid down for the CD, which was produced by BRING ME THE HORIZON Jordan Fish.
That they manage to keep the edges of those populist tendencies razor-sharp is what keeps That's the Spirit from dissolving into a puddle of alt-rock/nu metal bandwagon treacle. Standout cuts like "Throne," "Drown," "Doomed," and, most auspiciously, the fevered, pom-pom-led "Happy Song" are as snarky as they are apoplectic, with frontman Oliver Sykes, who relies almost solely on his clean voice this time around, delivering the bad news with measured conviction
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