Holy Hell - Architects

Holy Hell


  • Genre: Metal
  • Release Date: 2018-11-09
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • ℗ 2018 Epitaph


Title Artist Time
Death Is Not Defeat Architects 3:45 USD 1.29
Hereafter Architects 4:15 USD 1.29
Mortal After All Architects 3:39 USD 1.29
Holy Hell Architects 4:13 USD 1.29
Damnation Architects 4:08 USD 1.29
Royal Beggars Architects 4:01 USD 1.29
Modern Misery Architects 4:13 USD 1.29
Dying to Heal Architects 3:50 USD 1.29
The Seventh Circle Architects 1:48 USD 1.29
Doomsday Architects 4:08 USD 1.29
A Wasted Hymn Architects 4:34 USD 1.29


  • There’s no disrespect in 4/5

    By Nsjohn130
    I rated this album a 4/5, but not because it’s quality of material. In a vacuum, it’s a 5/5. But when compared to other works by them, it’s a 4/5. Nothing to be ashamed of and I’m not being critical- these guys kick butt. The Seventh Circle is awesome. So are many of the songs. Mortal After All, Holy Hell...there’s some very heavy moments here. But. When I first listened to LF/LT, the first Architects album I had ever heard, I heard “Broken Cross”. I was totally blown away. The album was and is a masterpiece. The guitars are very technical, mixed with ambience, dynamics of highs and lows, extremely moving lyrics, and the vocals were slightly less in the forefront in the mix. I don’t hear a “Colony Collapse” or a “The Distant Blue”. Sam’s vocals are different on LT/LF. There is a half song half scream going on with individual words, mixed with full cleans and full screams. Each word is like a crescendo. Sam’s overall vocal quality may be better now, but I appreciated the style more than the vocals on albums since. To this day, that album is in my top 25 all time metal albums. AOGHAU was a change. Less of that desperate energy of everything that is messed up with the Earth, more slow, foreboding guitar lines. Much heavier bass and heavy synths. Some very very good lyrics, but really not quite as interesting. This album is further along the lines of AOGHAU. Which, isn’t bad per say. It’s a super solid sound. NO ONE sounds like Sam. With the tragic death of Tom, the technicality, which seemed to be phasing out for a broader reaching sound (smart decision from a business POV- I have nothing but respect for that as an entrepreneur) in Tom’s writing anyways, has continued to become more basic. But, at least it is focused and consistent and still has a very heavy sound. There isn’t another metal band with the same sort of electronic ambience mixed with the metal aspect that they deliver. That’s always going to be top shelf. It’s fun to listen to, it’s great to have, it just isn’t quite the same as LT/LF. That album has an aggression and chaos that just may never be replicated again.
  • Absolutely Fantastic.

    By Rambo13769
    Everything anyone could ever ask of music. Thank you Architects.
  • Good, but very repetitive

    By Icie3
    Don’t get me wrong, this was a great album, and the bands musicality is really good. Not being a previous fan of Architects, I’m not sure what their old music is like. But this album was very repetitive in my opinion. The choruses are all practically identical vocally, and the screams aren’t anything super special to be reused so much. (Which is why I found myself liking the clean parts the most) The guitarist/s use very repetitive riffs, and as the album goes on you can tell they got a little tired using as little as three notes in an intro. The drums actually don’t seem too overused, so that’s good. Again, I enjoyed the album. But it’s only 4/5 for me.
  • Wow

    By Olimatt76
    I’ve been following this band for years and wow this is their and justice for all. From opening to close this captivated me. You can feel the emotional weight from beginning to end. The title track hits harder than anything I’ve heard from other bands. This album hits me on a personal level and I can’t let it go. Their best work to date. And yes Rest In Peace Tom you would be extremely proud.
  • Good lord this album RIPS!!!!!

    By Mldjr19
    This album reminds me of why I got into this band. The riffs melt your face, the songs are easy to sing along with. I’m so happy for these dudes. They nailed this album and deserve all the best.
  • Just Dicovering

    By tarheelandy
    You know, there are bands that you hear about from other bands you may follow....Architects are that band for me. I always see a lot of groups who I listen to, recommend them. I had a friend send me “Hereafter”.....I was sold. This album is beautifully put together. The guitarwork is excellent and the flow of the album is really well put together. Really excellent effort. I will be digging into the back catalog once I have my fill with this record.
  • Well...

    By chaseclark89
    A bit more singing than I was hoping for but architects make it sound so good! Please stay heavy! Well worth all the hype.
  • Amazing!

    By J sonic
    Beautiful album
  • Emotional Masterpiece

    By Seth Arryn
    I love the Architects! I discovered them when the single A Match Made in Heaven came out...After that I purchased Daybreaker and LF//LT while anxiously waiting for AOGHAU. Needless to say, AOGHAU was as good I had hoped for...(Tom was a genius writer). After Tom’s passing I’m sure there were people who wondered if the Architects could carry on, especially without the chief song writer. Rest assured, Holy Hell is as good as their other works. With Holy Hell you feel the emotion in every song...and feel their loss. I’m sure Tom has heard this album and couldn’t be prouder. Tom lives in Holy Hell and will continue to in all of Architects’ future works.
  • Wow

    By CiViiL
    Just wow.

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