Architects T-shirt: Rotten To The Core A t-shirt from the excellent modern-metal legends Architects.
Architects The Here And Now Architects release their new album 'The Here And Now' with a bit of a new direction! Techy guitars are still present with a bit of a punk vibe to some of it and melodic choruses galore. Check out 'Day In Day Out Below'. http://www.facebook.com/architectsuk Century Media CD
Architects Hollow Crown Released January 26th. The third album from the Brighton tech-metallers and their first for new label Century Media. 1. Early Grave 2. Dethroned 3. Numbers Count For Nothing 4. Follow The Water 5. In Elegance 6. We're All Alone 7. Borrowed Time 8. Every Last Breath 9. One Of These Days 10. Dead March 11. Left With A Last Minute 12. Hollow Crown www.myspace.com/architectsuk Century Media CD
Architects All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us The deluxe CD contains a beanie hat and dog tags. Seventh album from unstoppable metalcore champs Architects now well over a decade as a band and one of the UK's finest! The worldwide anger and disillusion encapsulated on these 11 tracks wrestles with contemplations of death, god and faith in search of some semblance of hope for a world increasingly consumed by fear, anger and confusion. This album is ARCHITECTS statement of intent to the world, it is time to stand up, take notice and be counted. First Pressing 700 Solid Red & Black mixed (UK indies exclusive) Epitaph CD | LP
Architects Holy Hell Deluxe LP is on 180g black vinyl, housed in a gatefold sleeve and includes limited edition slipmats, we're getting 300 of this and are the only record store to get copies out of the 1000 pressing. Indies LP is limited to 1000 Deluxe CD includes a Large t-shirt (all one-size). The hugely anticipated new album from metalcore giants Architects, following on from their massive 2016 album All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us. Having been through the worst of personal tragedies, there's an extra depth to the signature mix of soaring melodies and thrashing breakdowns. “Ultimately, there were two choices,” Dan says. “Feel sorry for yourself and believe the world to be a horrible place and let it defeat you. Or let it inspire us to live the life that Tom would have wanted us to live. I was very worried about people taking away a despondent message from the album. I felt a level of responsibility to provide a light at the end of the tunnel for people who are going through terrible experiences.” Epitaph CD | LP