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Lost Forever / Lost Together

Epitaph / Ada 87318.2

Released on March 11, 2014



The sixth studio album from Brighton, England-based metalcore outfit Architects UK, Lost Forever, Lost Together, is the most eclectic and ambitious yet tightly controlled album so far in the band’s ten-year career. Making their Epitaph Records debut, Architects (They are only know as the Architects UK in the US) deepen their blend of brutal, thundering metal and melody-spiked hardcore with heavier riffs and intricate arrangements inspired by artists as unlikely as Sigur Ros. And with lyrics delving into everything from the Fukushima nuclear disaster to Architects’ guitarist/keyboardist/chief songwriter Tom Searle’s recent bout with skin cancer, Lost Forever, Lost Together artfully delivers an emotional charge that’s both devastating and glorious.

For the follow-up to their 2012 album Daybreaker, Architects (whose lineup also includes Tom’s twin brother Dan on drums, Sam Carter on lead vocals, and Alex Dean on bass) took to Studio Fredman in the Swedish city of Gothenburg in the middle of the sunlight- starved winter, working with producers Fredrik Nordström and Henrik Udd (both known for their work with Bring Me the Horizon and chosen largely because “we’ve always been big fans of how massive their records sound,” according to Sam). Opening with 15 seconds of swirling guitar before bursting into the melodic thrash of “Gravedigger,” Lost Forever, Lost Together loads up nearly every track with monster-sized riffs and Sam’s masterful, larynx-shredding vocals. Throughout the album, Architects also weave in ambient elements that sometimes verge on gauzy and dreamlike: the instrumental “Red Hypergiant” threads a sample of voiceover from a Carl Sagan film through an oceanic wall of sound, while the album-closing “Distant Blue” starts out as a snarling, lead-heavy epic and then unfolds into spacey ethereality. “We all love post-rock bands like This Will Destroy You and Sigur Ros, so this was a way for us to bringing in something serene and subtle but still be heavy at the same time,” says Tom.

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