11 Songs, 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The UK metallers pulverize all before them on a politically charged seventh album. Described by vocalist Sam Carter as the result of his band “leaving everything we had in the studio,” the Brighton five-piece ratchet up the intensity without sacrificing their gift for melodic atmospherics and anthemic choruses. It’s a record lit by rare fury—“Nihilist” and “Downfall” stand out among the arsenal of blistering polemics—while the band’s potential feels realized on dazzling, colossal closer “Memento Mori.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

The UK metallers pulverize all before them on a politically charged seventh album. Described by vocalist Sam Carter as the result of his band “leaving everything we had in the studio,” the Brighton five-piece ratchet up the intensity without sacrificing their gift for melodic atmospherics and anthemic choruses. It’s a record lit by rare fury—“Nihilist” and “Downfall” stand out among the arsenal of blistering polemics—while the band’s potential feels realized on dazzling, colossal closer “Memento Mori.”

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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
130 Ratings

130 Ratings

Thunderfukk from BET, Alaska ,

Stand Alone Album of the year!!!

This album is top notch from start to finish. This is easily the best album by this group hands down! The guitars sound so sweet it drips of honey. The vocals are madly sublime. The synth adds so much to these songs too! Very superb. Prestigious album!🖕🏼

Killercat970 ,

Easily The Greatest Album I Have Ever Heard

The power and passion in every song is unmatchable. Truly their greatest album yet. I love this band!

ksecrash13 ,

amazing

what an amazing album. this band never ceases to amaze me. it bring me great sorrow to hear of Tom Searle's passing. I hope Architects will continue making music in his memory.

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