Architects unveil brand new video for ‘Gravity’

Architects share their brand new video for “Gravity”, a track from the band’s hugely acclaimed, recent UK top 20 album ‘All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us’.


The video comes in advance of the band’s US headlining tour which kicks off on March 7th in Detroit through to April 6th in Toronto. This will be the bands’ first time playing live the U.S. for over two years.

As Architects heaviest and darkest work to date, All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us examines a world increasingly consumed by fear, anger, and confusion—and ultimately emerges with a semblance of hope.

“If you let yourself go to the darkness, and discuss these things, you do realize how much light there is in life as well,” says vocalist Sam Carter. “Life is a wonderful, incredible thing. And the most beautiful thing of all about life is the wonder and the questions and the discussions.”

Following on from their recent, UK headline UK and European tour (including a sold out Brixton Academy show, which si where the footage from ‘Gravity’ comes from), the band will be back playing live in the UK at this years Reading and Leeds Festivals in August.

“They have overcome great tragedy, showing resilience and professionalism beyond their years, and the finesse with which they pull off such a momentous performance is a fitting tribute to their fallen comrade” – The Independent 5/5 (live review)

In an album full of loud noises, the loudest noise above all is the sound of every other metalcore band choking on Architects’ dust.– Metal Hammer (9/10)

Continuing to evolve their impressive taste on metal core.” – Revolver

It’ll shake your body. It’ll shake your beliefs. It’ll shake you.” – Kerrang (5/5)

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