he lyrics on Architects' Daybreaker move from teenage poetry—"If you could speak, I'm sure you'd say: 'There's more to me than meets the eye'"—to a societal commentary—"Corruption hangs in the air you breathe / In the land of the free." It reveals a similar wavering between a mainstream teenage screamo to a heavier, pulsing sound that lends the album a bit more power, but overall there's little to differentiate Architects from the plethora of hardcore bands out there.
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