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Listen to Architects’ huge new single, Meteor

Architects have released another absolutely colossal song from upcoming album For Those That Wish To Exist.

It’s finally For Those That Wish To Exist release month, and to celebrate, Architects have dropped another huge new song from the album.

Ahead of the full unveiling of the record on February 26 via Epitaph, the metal titans have shared Meteor – a song that vocalist Sam Carter teases is a good indication of where the band are going on album number nine. We pushed ourselves so much creatively on this album and I love seeing you connect with the singles so much!” he tweeted following the premiere of Meteor on Annie Mac last night (February 8).

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I think [2018 eighth album] Holy Hell still had that Architects sound, but alluded to where we could go next,” Sam explained to Kerrang! last year. Holy Hell took us into arenas, and playing live in those spaces taught us a lot. We felt like we were able to go where we wanted, without losing sight of ourselves. After nine albums, you have to go somewhere a little different, a little uncomfortable, and that’s where creativity flies.” 

Fuck yeah. Listen to Meteor below:

Posted on February 9th 2021, 2:22p.m.
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