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Buried At Sea - Architects (2) - Ruin (CD, Album)

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  1. Overall, Ruin is not bad at all, and there's plenty to recommend here, but I just think that Architects still have yet to find their true identity, and their best work is still yet to come. Track Listing 1. Buried at Sea 2. Hunt Them Down 3. You'll Find Safety 4. Always 5. Sail This Ship Alone 6. Heartless 7. North Lane 8.
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  2. Overall, Ruin is a good album and if you like Architects you really ought to get yourself a copy. If The Here And Now is the only album that you've heard by them then it may take a bit of getting used to as it is a lot, lot heavier, but the level of musicianship is still high and you should become accustomed after a /5(12).
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  3. Listen free to Architects – Ruin (Hunt Them Down, Always). 2 tracks (). 1. "Buried At Sea" - 2. "Hunt Them Down" - 3. "You'll Find Safety" - 4. "Always" - 5. "Sail This Ship Alone" - 6. "Heartless" - 7. "North Lane" - 8.
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  4. 4. Ruin — Their second album. It's essentially Nightmares but with a melodic death influence; they definitely spent more time on this album, and honed their skills, too. It's not as mathcore as Nightmares, but here they begin showing potential for songwriting: see Buried at Sea and North Lane.
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  5. Ruin () is a Studio album by Architects. Genres: Atmospheric Metalcore, Mathcore. Songs: Buried at Sea, Hunt Them Down, You'll Find Safety, Always, Sail This Ship Alone.
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  6. Architects (2) Ruin ‎ (CD, Album) United By Fate Records: FATE UK: Sell This Version.
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  7. Ruin, an album by Architects on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
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  8. One of England's metalcore-friendly bands is Architects, whose second album, Ruin, is best described as metalcore with a strong noise rock influence. Architects don't have the groove-minded outlook of Hatebreed and Throwdown, two of the best metalcore bands in the U.S.; their harsh, violent, claustrophobic material is a lot more angular. While ultra-dense tracks like "Sail This Ship Alone," 6/
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