Brighton technical metalcore giants Architects are reportedly working on and writing new music according to a chat they recently had at Reading & Leeds Festival, and in the run up towards their gargantuan headline European tour in February, including a slot at London’s Alexandra Palace, they’ve dropped a video for a brand new song, titled ‘Doomsday’.
The song is the band’s first release of new music since the tragic loss of guitarist and principle songwriter Tom Searle last year, following a 3-year long battle with cancer, and was an incomplete song from their ‘All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us’ sessions.
On Twitter, drummer and Tom‘s brother Dan Searle said, “‘Doomsday’ was a song that Tom had started but never got to finish. Completing it for him was a massive responsibility. ‘Doomsday’ is not from an album we’ve recorded. It’s just 1 song. It’s just the start. Our way of showing everyone that there’s still a future.”
You can stream and check out the video for ‘Doomsday’ below.
At the time of writing, there are no links currently available where you can download ‘Doomsday’.
The band’s latest full-length album, ‘All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us’, is available now through Epitaph Records.
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