Album Review: Architects – Holy Hell

A review on Holy Hell, the eighth full album from UK’s Architects.

Architects are a British metalcore band from BrightonEast Sussex. The band currently consists of vocalist Sam Carter, drummer Dan Searle, bassist Alex Dean and guitarists Adam Christianson and Josh Middleton. The band’s first name was Inharmonic, which was swiftly changed to Counting the Days, and finally to Architects after a couple of years.

Holy Hell is the eighth studio album by British metalcore band Architects. It will be released on 9 November 2018. It is the follow-up to the band’s previous album All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us, and is the first recorded without founding member and main songwriter Tom Searle, following his death in August 2016.

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The Breakdown

Overall, Holy Hell hits hard while showcasing a lot of melody and underlying meaning. The flow between anger and brooding is smooth while the percussion and riffs make the time spent listening fly by. The process of living through the inspired events of this album might have been hell to Architects, but they gave us something to remember while blowing out our subwoofers.



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