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May 15, 2006
© 2006 In At The Deep End
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Nightmares is the debut album by the metalcore band Architects. It is the only album featuring the band's original line-up with Matt Johnson on vocals and Tim Lucas on bass.
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To the Death
You Don't Walk Away from Disemberment
They'll be Hanging Us Tonight
This Confession Means Nothing
In the Desert
A Portrait for the Deceased
The Darkest Tomb
May 15, 2006
© 2006 In At The Deep End
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