Architects announce their new album with a destructive new video

Architects announce their new album with a destructive new video

The UK metalcore giants announce LP number seven.

"Tell me was it all worth it, to watch your kingdom grow? All the anchors in the ocean haven’t sunk this low."

Brutal, honest and uncompromising; British metalcore mainstays Architects do not fuck around. From the shrill opening lines belted out by vocalist Sam Carter on new track A Match Made In Heaven, Architects pick up exactly where 2014’s Lost Forever // Lost Together left off; taking a mighty swing at the leaders of the western world and their continual prioritisation of profit over peace. The band released a dark and pointed video to accompany the new track, with clear shots fired at a number of past and present world leaders and politicians.

A Match Made In Heaven is our first taste of Architects’ new record All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us and early indications are that the boys from Brighton will be delivering yet another belter. In a genre like metalcore that sees so many bands arrive for a shitty two-album stint and leave with little more than a whimper; Architects have remained relevant over a decade and seven albums, continuing to grow and gather steam with each new, earth-shattering record.

All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us is due for release on the 27th of May. Take a look at the powerful video for A Match Made In Heaven below.

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