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Architects premiere song, announce new album

Wednesday, September 12, 2018 4:24 AM PT


Architects band 2018
photo by Ed Mason

UK metalcore act Architects has formally announced plans to release a new album this fall. To coincide with the announcement, they've also released its first single.

The new album is titled Holy Hell and will hit streets on November 9 via Epitaph Records. Pre-orders are available now and its track listing and cover art can be found below. Notably, this will be the first new Architects album since the 2016 passing of guitarist Tom Searle.

A music video for the record's first single, "Hereafter," can be viewed here:


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Holy Hell track listing:

01. Death Is Not Defeat
02. Hereafter
03. Mortal After All
04. Holy Hell
05. Damnation
06. Royal Beggars
07. Modern Misery
08. Dying To Heal
09. The Seventh Circle
10. Doomsday
11. A Wasted Hymn


Architects Holy Hell artwork


8 comments


anonymous
6 days ago
first

no care ever

anonymous
6 days ago
Would care if this was news about ARCHITECT. This is definitely dumb no care territory though.

anonymous
6 days ago
track listing looks like an Atreyu album

anonymous
6 days ago
quick question: who cares?

anonymous
6 days ago
Not a fan of the sing/screamy metalcore bullshit but "Hollow Crown" was a banger. If this band could just stick to writing balls out heavy shit without these homoerotic harmonized singing breaks, they'd be decent.

This video looks like a media arts major's senior project though.

anonymous
6 days ago
This is literally that korn music video for coming undone

anonymous
6 days ago
"Not a fan of the sing/screamy metalcore bullshit but "Hollow Crown" was a banger. If this band could just stick to writing balls out heavy shit without these homoerotic harmonized singing breaks, they'd be decent."

You know how I know you've never actually listened to Hollow Crown? At least 8 or 9 of the songs on the album have as you put it "homoerotic harmonized singing breaks".

anonymous
4 days ago
^ haha you listen to Architects