- 20 Oct 20
'Animals' is the latest music from the five-piece since their 2018 album ‘Holy Hell’.
Metal band Architects have dropped a surprise new track and accompanying video, 'Animals'.
The song is the first new music from Sam Carter and Co. since 2018's Holy Hell album.
The band have yet to state whether the song is from a forthcoming record or acts as a stand-alone single, but fans are excited about what's to come in the future after the latest track's impressive debut.
The ‘Animals’ music video was directed by Dan Searle, and features members of Architects performing alongside plenty of smoke.
Back in January 2019, Architects shared their cover of Deftones’ ‘Change (In The House Of Flies)’, recorded at Abbey Road Studios in London for Spotify’s ‘Singles’ series.
The band were devastated at the loss of 28-year-old guitarist Tom Searle - the twin brother of Dan Searle - back in August 2016.
The pair set up the group together at the age of just 16, with Tom battling cancer quietly for years before his passing four years ago.
In a touching note on Facebook, Dan shared the sad news and said farewell to his brother, describing Tom as a fighter till the end and as "an incredible songwriter and guitarist."
Take a look at the video for 'Animals' below: