Versatile metalcore outfit Architects emerged from Brighton, England in 2006 as a punishing, no-frills act. The band employed heavy breakdowns, symphonic screamo, and ambient post-metal elements to create their sound, with their malevolence paradoxically rooted in veganism and environmental activism. Following the release of their first three studio albums, the band ventured into different territory with the release of 2011’s The Here and Now, diving into a more melodic – though still punishing - approach to songwriting. With their writing noticeably less predictable, the band perfected their new style, releasing the critically acclaimed All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us in 2016.
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