Bring Me the Horizon made the jump to Sony labels RCA and Columbia for their 2015 release That's the Spirit, but before that they enjoyed quite the run with Epitaph Records. In celebration of their first four studio albums, Epitaph is now releasing a hits collection spanning the band's best works from their time on the label.

The 15-song set Bring Me the Horizon 2004-2013 not only features material from their first four studio albums, but also from the 2004 EP This Is What the Edge of Your Seat Was Made For. The collection opens with "Traitors Never Play Hang-Man" from that early offering, then follows with "Pray for Plagues" off their Count Your Blessings debut, serving as the lone representatives from each set.

The remainder of the collection truly spotlights the Suicide Season, There Is a Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It ... and Sempiternal albums, with longtime favorites like "Chelsea Smile," "It Never Ends," "Shadow Moses," "Can You Feel My Heart," "Antivist" and more filling out the set. Check out the full track listing below.

Look for Bring Me the Horizon 2004-2013 arriving on Nov. 24, with vinyl editions being made available on Feb. 9 in black and limited edition dark red vinyl. Pre-orders are available at this location.

Bring Me the Horizon are currently off the road for the year, but stay up to date with the band's activities via their website.

Bring Me the Horizon 2004-2013 Track List

1. Traitors Never Play Hang-man (from This Is What The Edge Of Your Seat Was Made For)
2. Pray for Plagues (from Count Your Blessings)
3. Diamonds Aren’t Forever (from Suicide Season)
4. The Sadness Will Never End (from Suicide Season)
5. Chelsea Smile (from Suicide Season)
6. The Comedown (from Suicide Season)
7. Blessed With a Curse (from There is a Hell…)
8. It Never Ends (from There is a Hell…)
9. Don’t Go (from There is a Hell…)
10. Crucify Me (from There is a Hell…)
11. Shadow Moses (from Sempiternal)
12. Go to Hell, for Heaven's Sake (from Sempiternal)
13. Can You Feel My Heart (from Sempiternal)
14. Sleepwalking (from Sempiternal)
15. Antivist (from Sempiternal)

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