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Customer Reviews

Amazing album..

If you like bring me the horizon, this band are for you. Classed as 'technical noiscore aggression, this band of still teenagers manage to create an amazing album, filled with great riffs, amazing fills, and brutal lyrics. If you don't own it already, get this. If you do own this already, get this. An amazing metal/thrash album, packed with great songs. A must buy in my books.

Sketchy 720

Proberly right. Especially about the spelling.

much potential...

for young chaps. far better than many contemporaries in britain, just a shame the immature beatdowns and widdlings of the bmth generation have been much more at the fore recently. dismemberment is probably my favourite tune here, with it's melodic misery signals esque ending.

Biography

Formed: Kansas City, MO

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

When the Kansas City, MO-based ska revival band the Gadjits shifted to loud rock & roll that Soul Asylum and Bad Religion would envy, they changed their name to the Architects and added guitarist Mike Alexander to the lineup. With Alexander on board, the three Phillips brothers — vocalist/guitarist Brandon, bassist Zach, and drummer Adam — released Keys to the Building on the Anodyne label in 2004. After supporting the record by touring, the band...
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