The Firestarter hitmakers, fronted by Keith Flint, have toppled James Bay's Chaos and The Calm to enter at number one with The Day Is My Enemy, their sixth chart-topper in their 25-year career.

Bay slips to two, while Sam Smith's In The Lonely Hour falls to three and Ed Sheeran's X is at four.

Sia's 1000 Forms of Fear jumps up 19 places to five, nine months after its release. The album previously peaked at 11, but received a big sales boost following her performance on Britain's The Voice talent show at the end of last month (Mar15).

Meanwhile, in the U.K. singles chart, Jess Glynne secures a second week in pole position with Hold My Hand, ahead of Sheeran's Bloodstream at two and Bay's Hold Back The River at three.