Pierce The Veil have released a preview of a new song 'King For A Day' set to appear on their new album 'Collide With The Sky'. The Song is due out 5th June and features Kellin Quinn of Sleeping with Sirens. The Album is set to be released 17th July.
Here’s a little preview of ‘King For A Day' featuring Kellin Quinn.
Yesterday Architects released their follow up album to The Here And Now, titled Daybreaker. So how does it stack up?
The album opens with the track ‘The Bitter End' which a very gentle and slowly builds upon itself, to more energetic vocals and then the very powerful voice of Sam Carter, until it slowly fades out again gently.
The second track to appear is Alpha Omega, which the band released had released as a single shortly before the album release. Which contains powerful verses and melodic chorus, in terms of vocals and instrumentals.
It then proceeds to the first track that reached the surface from Daybreaker. ’These Colours Don’t Run’ is a very political song, with a lot of anger and aggression in the music behind it, yet still remains very melodic and technical.
The album does contain some tracks that are have a softer touch too, very much like The Here And Now album. The track Truth, Be Told is based around Sam Carter’s smooth clean vocals, but still contains the aggressive vocal sections to show the emotion in areas of the track.
A stand out track for fans is probably ‘Even If You Win, You’re Still a Rat' featuring Oliver Sykes of Bring Me The Horizon. An energy filled track, with a couple of dips just to then release more bursts with gentle end.
Overall, a great album showing architects talents across the board.
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