If there’s one thing Architects have proven over the past couple of years, it’s that they’re not just known for their incredible metalcore tracks full of screams, breakdowns and “Bleghs!” (revisit our thoughts on the band’s 14 best bleghs! right here), but also their ability to turn their heavy songs into beautifully softer renditions that’ll no doubt bring in new fans who came across these newer versions first.
In July last year, they released the Piano Reprise for ‘Doomsday‘ which was absolutely, positively incredible. In January this year they showcased a cover of the Deftones classic track ‘Change (In The House Of Flies)’ and just over the weekend, they unveiled their latest offering which is certainly up there with the original
‘A Wasted Hymn‘, their album closing track from Holy Hell has received an acoustic makeover which, as expected, showcases frontman Sam Carter‘s melodic vocals and proves he is at the top of his game within the heavy music scene with his ability to pull off some of the best screams and cleans we’ve come across.
Take a listen below!
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