There has been a lot of Bring Me the Horizon news lately. They released the track 'Happy Song' and revealed their new album would be called That's the Spirit. They also announced that the release date would be Sept. 11 and be accompanied by a North American fall tour. Now they've released the video for the track "Throne" (watch above) and have unveiled the album's track listing (below).

In a new interview with Rolling Stone, keyboardist Jordan Fish talked about the shift in the band's sound, which features more more melodic singing and a more pop/rock approach. "We don't listen to extreme deathcore anymore," Fish says. "We still like some heavy music, but I also like Justin Bieber. My wife told me the other day I have the music taste of a teenage girl."

As to the song "Throne," Fish says, "It's one of the most simple and straightforward songs we did. It's got some elements we had on the last album with an up-tempo rhythm and really strong melodies. So it seemed like an obvious choice for the first single because it's so immediately catchy and has such a good level of energy."

As to what the reaction of fans will be to the band's new direction, Fish says, "Every time we release an album there's always a bit of resistance. You just have to have faith in yourself and be proud of what you've made and hope that eventually people come around to it."

Bring Me the Horizon's tour with Issues kicks off Oct. 1 in Orlando, Fla. They'll also be playing some festivals along the way, such as Louder Than Life, Aftershock and Knotfest.

Bring Me the Horizon, That's the Spirit Track Listing

01 – “Doomed”
02 – “Happy Song”
03 – “Throne”
04 – “True Friends”
05 – “Follow You”
06 – “What You Need”
07 – “Avalanche”
08 – “Run”
09 – “Drown”
10 – “Blasphemy”
11 – “Oh No”

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