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Bring Me the Horizon working on new album while in self-quarantine

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Bring Me the Horizon plans to make a new album while in self-isolation amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

The "Mantra" rockers have revealed that they're currently working on their next studio effort. Not only that, but they're inviting you to follow along in the recording process.

The whole thing will be documented by filmmaker Brian Cox, who's directed several Horizon videos.

"With the coronavirus spreading, they've abandoned the studios, and they've just been working from home remotely," Cox says. "So I'm going to say with them and capture them live, and we will bring you regular updates so that you can be involved with the recording process."

Bring Me the Horizon's most recent full-length effort is 2019's Grammy-nominated Amo. They also released a new EP, Music to Listen to..., last December.

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