Bring Me the Horizon have released a new single, titled "Mantra." This is the first time we've heard from the band since their 2015 album That's the Spirit. It premiered on BBC's Radio 1 show, along with an interview from frontman Oli Sykes who would not reveal weather or not the band have a new album in store. He did, however, say that additional information on the band's future plans will be coming in the next few days. You can listen to "Mantra" below - be sure to leave us a comment with your thoughts.

Earlier this month posters began surfacing in Europe, and later in the States, that asked the question, "Do you wanna start a cult with me?" along with a phone number to call. Those who called the number were met with an unsettling recording, which said, "Welcome to Mantra. Daniel speaking. Could I take your earth name please?" After a brief pause, Daniel continued: "Your journey with Mantra begins now and I'm pleased to be able to share the begin of your enlightenment with..." Eventually a snippet of what is assumed to be new Bring Me the Horizon music was played. There was also a website, joinmantra.org, which teased the date of Tuesday, Aug. 21.

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