#1
the official release date has been and gone, i havent bought the album yet but ive heard four songs from it. At the moment im disappointed, from the looks of 'nightmares' they were going in the right direction.Their vocalist left to be replaced by these monotone efforts.

Any thoughts?

http://www.myspace.com/architectsuk for anyone who hasnt heard them
#3
The new album is better than Nightmares in every way.

I love it! They've grown so much as musicians, and the new vocalist is way more versatile than the last.
#4
I still enjoyed it, never heard their old vocalist, but their new one wasn't that bad.
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#6
Quote by fourstringpunk
The new album is better than Nightmares in every way.

I love it! They've grown so much as musicians, and the new vocalist is way more versatile than the last.


Really? hmmm i disagree with the vocalist, infact i think its the other way round. Musically i think they've dumbed down?
#7
too many bands with "architect" in it.
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#8
Quote by CircleThisCity
Really? hmmm i disagree with the vocalist, infact i think its the other way round. Musically i think they've dumbed down?



Nah, Nightmares sounded technical predominantly because of the complex patterns of their chug riffs, the new album strays away from that and is a lot more...ummm....notey(?).

Also I like the bits of singing scattered across the cd, it's certainly a change from the 99% of bands like them that darent do that.

Just my opinion of course, I just think it's a stronger cd.
#9
Quote by SilentSpectacle
I still enjoyed it, never heard their old vocalist, but their new one wasn't that bad.


Listen to the stuff from Nightmares on their myspace... he sounds like Dead Man In Reno's singer.

Sam really grew on me already, and plus, mad props for the The Plot To Blow Up the Eiffel Tower shirt in their profile pic.

He sounds like Spencer from Underoath.

Meh. We Will Turn Your Cemeteries Into Our Cathedrals, And Your Cities Into Tombs is still their best release... sucks when a band puts out an amazing metalcore demo and then turns into another breakdown festival.
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#10
Quote by fourstringpunk
Nah, Nightmares sounded technical predominantly because of the complex patterns of their chug riffs, the new album strays away from that and is a lot more...ummm....notey(?).

Also I like the bits of singing scattered across the cd, it's certainly a change from the 99% of bands like them that darent do that.

Just my opinion of course, I just think it's a stronger cd.


It sounds like Nightmares + Define The Great Line (Underoath) to me.

It's a damn good album imo.