The Reading + Leeds music festivals were held last weekend with a massive line up of some of the top music acts in the world. The Reading part of the festival is actually the world’s oldest music festival. How cool is that?
Almost as cool actually is metalcore band Architects’ Reading + Leeds performance of ‘A Match Made In Heaven‘, the lead single from their last album All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us.
An album that, last week, also won Architects the ‘Best Album’ award at the first annual Heavy Metal Awards in London.
And all I can say about their Reading + Leeds performance of the song other than man, that’s some incredible energy they’ve got up on that stage, is lead singer Sam Carter must always have a helluva sore throat at the end of the band’s live shows.
Watch Architects’ Reading + Leeds performance of ‘A Match Made In Heaven‘ in the video below.
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