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This nuclear-themed mixtape, featuring David Bowie and Kate Bush, will heighten your post-‘Chernobyl’ fears

'Chernobyl'
If, like Team NME, you’ve been glued to the HBO masterpiece Chernobyl this last month, you may now find yourself increasingly paranoid about the radiation levels present in your place of residence. Maybe you’ve popped to Currys to see if they stock any Geiger counters? Built a shelter under the stairs out of empty boxes of Special K? Started...

Architects and While She Sleeps join line-up for Bring Me The Horizon’s massive All Points East show

Architects and While She Sleeps are among the new acts added to the already impressive line-up for Bring Me The Horizon's headline show at All Points East Festival later this year. The two acclaimed metalcore titans will join the Sheffield band as they headline London's Victoria Park on May 31. Visit here for tickets and more information. READ MORE: "We...

Listen to Architects’ powerful cover of Deftones’ ‘Change (In The House Of Flies)’

Architects / Deftones
Architects have shared their cover of Deftones' 'Change (In The House Of Flies)' - listen to their new version of the 2000 song below. The Brighton metalcore outfit have paired the cover with a fresh rendition of 'Holy Hell''s opening track 'Death Is Not Defeat'. Both tracks were recorded at Abbey Road Studios in London for Spotify's Singles series. Read more: Architects’...

Architects’ Dan Searle – how stunning new album ‘Holy Hell’ was “a tool to bring out the sadness” following his bandmate and brother’s death

“Hey, I’m good, how are you?” asks Architects drummer Dan Searle when he picks up the phone to NME. It’s hard to gauge how true that statement really is. On one hand, Architects have just released their eighth studio record, 'Holy Hell'. The early feedback is great. No surprise there, because it is – it’s boundlessly creative, daring, and...

Architects – ‘Holy Hell’ album review

Grief is a complex, solitary process. Impossible to predict or plan for, the often sudden, jarring nature of death is something we all have to contend with, but are rarely given the tools to do so until the moment it arrives. Grief in the public eye, then, is a contradiction – how are you meant to process something so...

Architects stream emotive new ‘Holy Ghost’ documentary ahead of upcoming album release

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Architects have released an emotive new documentary which sees the band discussing the events which have led up to the forthcoming release of their eighth studio album, 'Holy Hell.' The band detail the aftermath of losing founding member Tom Searle to their recognition that "the only path was forward" following their loss. Searle died on August 20, 2016, following a three-year...

Architects announce UK tour and first album since guitarist Tom Searle’s death

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Architects have announced a new tour and the release of their first album since the death of guitarist Tom Searle. Searle died on August 20, 2016, following a three-year battle with cancer. He was 28 years old. The Brighton-based band will release their eighth studio album 'Holy Hell' on November 9 via Epitaph Records. In a press release, the...

Watch Architects’ Sam Carter stop show to call out an audience sexual assault

Architects' Sam Carter called out a sexual assault he witnessed from the stage
Lead singer of Architects, Sam Carter, has been praised for stopping the band's show to call out an audience member who sexually assaulted a female fan. The band were performing at Lowlands festival in the Netherlands yesterday (18 August) when Carter paused between songs to tell the crowd what he just saw. "I've been going over in my fucking mind about...

Music world pays tribute to Architects guitarist Tom Searle

Searle passed away on Saturday (August 20) after a three year battle with cancer

Architects guitarist Tom Searle has died after three-year battle with cancer

Searle had missed live shows over the last 15 months due to receiving treatment