York based Metalcore giants InVisions are back and set to release their second full length LP ‘Between You & Me‘, due to be released from their newly signed record label Stay Sick Records. They have had a successful career so far, touring with the likes of Our Hollow, Our Home, THECITYISOURS & Glamour of the Kill among various festival slots – and with their very successful debut album ‘Never Nothing‘ released back in 2017 under their belts, they are ready to get bigger and bigger. Lead vocalist Ben Ville was kind enough to take some time out of his busy schedule to answer some questions for us. Check out our review of the new album ‘Between You & Me‘ here. Continue reading
With their current album Holy Hell helping Architects enjoy some of the biggest successes of their career to date, it’s important to remember just how they’ve evolved over the years. Especially when you consider the depth of their discography overall, pinpointing an album where the metalcore band really came into their own might be a bit difficult. 2009’s Hollow Crown, though, is arguably the apex of the band’s career to date.
Though their recordings are few and far between, Architects are known for their striking and different takes on bands they cover. Their cover of Thrice’s “Of Dust And Nations” was an interesting departure, honoring the original faithfully, so with the news that they just covered Deftones’ “Change (In The House Of Flies)”, the huge single off that band’s White Pony album, it’s unsurprising that they’d tackle it.
It’s even less surprising how great the cover sounds, with a symphonic, plodding post-metal sound that Architects would do well to explore a bit more. Sam Carter’s soaring voice sells the brilliance with depth and sincerity. The cover arrives courtesy courtesy of their Spotify singles series, which also includes a longer version of “Death Is Not Defeat”.
Famed metalcore band Architects, who recently released their eighth album Holy Hell via Epitaph Records, have announced their first North American tour in support of the 11-song album, with a month-long tour kicking off on April 26 at the House of Blues in Anaheim, Calif. The tour also includes stops at multiple festivals, including Welcome To Rockville.