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Architects Release Video For Live Performance Of ‘Animals’ At Alexandra Palace

UK metalcore band Architects has just released a new live video for their song Animals from their performance at London’s Alexandra Palace. The song, which was released in 2020 as part of their album For Those That Wish to Exist, has become a fan favorite and is known for its powerful message about the state of the world’s environment.

The video captures the band’s electrifying performance in front of a packed crowd, with the stunning visuals of the Alexandra Palace adding to the overall experience. The live version of Animals is even more intense than the studio recording, with frontman Sam Carter‘s vocals soaring over the hard-hitting drums and intricate guitar riffs.

Architects have always been known for their socially conscious lyrics and Animals is no exception. The song tackles issues such as climate change, consumerism, and the destruction of natural habitats. The band has been vocal in their efforts to raise awareness about these issues and have partnered with environmental organizations to promote sustainable living and conservation efforts.

Architects have been a mainstay in the metalcore scene for over a decade, and their latest album For Those That Wish to Exist has received critical acclaim for its bold sound and thought-provoking lyrics. The band has always been known for their intense live performances, and the new video for Animals is a testament to their continued success and relevance in the music world.

In conclusion, the new live video for is a must-see for Architects fans and anyone who appreciates powerful music with a message. With their continued commitment to social and environmental causes, Architects is a band that is making a difference both on and off stage.

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Eva van den Bosch Head Editor, Photographer
Eva van den Bosch combines concert photography with a prominent editorial role at Strife Mag.