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Architects – The Classic Symptoms Of A Broken Spirit | Album Review

Metalcore giants take a side step into a more stadium rock feel with big hooks and choruses. The stand-out moments are big with tracks like A New Moral Low Ground and When We Were Young really having an enormous arena feel. Much of the album however is standard rhythms and riffs. It sets up a strong beat and repeats. The repetition is noticed in many songs. The album itself is fine but it also strays slightly further away from the metalcore origins, or at least a lot of the guitars and drums just sound like the same old song and dance. Good moments. A decent album with big scream-along moments. Even if not Architects’ best, it still works. 6/10

Architects The Classic Symptoms Of A Broken Spirit Album Review

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Architects are a British metalcore band from Brighton, East Sussex, formed in 2004 by twin brothers Dan and Tom Searle. The band now consists of Dan Searle on drums, Sam Carter on vocals, Alex Dean on bass, and Adam Christianson and Josh Middleton on guitars. They have been signed to Epitaph Records since 2013.

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architects-the-classic-symptoms-of-a-broken-spirit-album-reviewGood moments. A decent album with big scream-along moments. Even if not Architects' best, it still works. 6/10