Architects Announce Global Streaming Event at Abbey Road Studios
England-based post-metalcore quintet ARCHITECTS will perform an exclusive worldwide streaming event of the legendary Abbey Road Studios December 11. The performance will be supported by Parallax orchestra, comprised of some of England’s best and most versatile classical musicians, arranged and written by Simon dobson, Parallax orchestraconductor and three times British Composer Award (BASCA) winner for his compositions.
Abbey Road Studios stream will be broadcast via Veep December 11 at 12 p.m. PT / 3 p.m. ET and will be available for 48 hours thereafter. Tickets are on sale now at this location.
In February of this year, ARCHITECTS released their ninth studio disc and UK number 1 debut “For those who want to exist”, Going through Epitaph files. The LP finds the group tackling the biggest questions facing the future of our planet with its most grandiose and expansive sound offering ever built on ARCHITECTS‘marks the post-metalcore sound by layering a burgeoning influence of electronics and orchestral strings, horns and backing vocals. The result is a rich tapestry that transcends the boundaries of the genre and rewards exploration and immersion in its journey. The 15 tracks on the record are suspended in limbo between the energizing positivity that it is not too late to correct our collective journey and the crippling negativity of defeatism; where hope and discouragement are bedfellows triggered daily by the simple act of being. Reflection of the human condition, “For those who want to exist” invites us all to stand up to challenge established models and strive for collective improvement.
In the USA, “For those who want to exist” debuted # 1 on the Digital Albums chart, # 6 on the Current Rock Album chart, and # 80 on the Billboard 200.
ARCHITECTS is the singer Sam carter, drummer Dan Searle, bass player Ali dean and guitarists Josh middleton and Adam christianson.
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