Bka Architects


It relies on both technical proficiency and using catchy riffs and choruses. On 12 September 2018, the band introduced that they will be releasing their eighth album, titled Holy Hell, on 9 November 2018. On the identical day, the band launched the album’s first single, “Hereafter”. On three October, the band launched their second single, “Royal Beggars”, and on 28 October, their third single, “Modern Misery”.

His situation was beforehand not made public, though he referenced it in the song “C.A.N.C.E.R” on Lost Forever // Lost Together. Searle was initially declared most cancers free after a 2013 leg surgical procedure, however the most cancers returned. He was shown in the “In Memoriam” segment at the 2017 BRIT awards, and the music “Paragon” on the Northlane album Mesmer was written in tribute to him. On 12 June 2015, Tom Searle introduced that the band started demoing new songs and he was excited for the discharge of a seventh album. On 6 March 2016, Epitaph Records released a new Architects track, “A Match Made in Heaven”. It was the first single from All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us, which was launched on 27 May.


Awards, ‘Best Album’, ‘Best British Act’, and ‘Best British Live Act’. On 19 June, the band gained the ‘Best British Live Act’ for the second yr straight. Sean Delander of Thy Art Is Murder crammed in for Searle on the Australian tour, and Josh Middleton of Sylosis stuffed in on the European tour. On 20 August 2016, founding guitarist and songwriter Tom Searle died on the age of 28, after residing for 3 years with melanoma skin most cancers.

Michael Wilson of the BBC in contrast the mass appeal of their aggressive type to that of Enter Shikari. It is characterised by uneven, advanced guitar riffs, the usage of obscure time signatures and rhythmic breakdowns, and guitarists alternating between a “down-tuned rumble” and “melodic punk” throughout songs.

On their second album Ruin, the band’s sound was heavier and darker than on their debut Nightmares. Hollow Crown maintained the aggression and technical proficiency of Ruin whereas incorporating more melody, catchy riffs and clean singing. The band also used synthesised devices such as keyboards and drum machines. In 2009, James Gill of Metal Hammer described the band’s music as “pumped with each controlled rage and unhindered coronary heart, accessible and impressive, aggressive and beautiful”. It has generally been described as metalcore as well as technical metal and progressive metalcore.