Sophomore album ‘The Architects of Guilt’ out now on Solid State Records

TEXAS – North Texas technical death metal act, The Famine, has teamed up with DC9 At Night, the Dallas Observer’s music blog, to offer fans a free Mp3 download of “The New Hell”, the opening track off the band’s new album, The Architects of Guilt.  Head over to:–_the_ne.php, to access the Mp3 download, as the dust finally begins to settle in the wake of the release of The Famine’s devastating sophomore album, which hit stores on February 15th on Solid State Records.

The track list for The Architects of Guilt is…

1. The New Hell

2. Ad Mortem

3. We Are The Wolves

4. Turner Classic Diaries

5. Bigger Cages, Longer Chains!

6. The Crown and The Holy See

7. VII The Fraudulent

8. A Pavement Of Good Intentions

9. A Fragile Peace

10. Pyrithion House

11. To The Teeth

“This is the album you want to play for anyone who thinks Texas metal died with Dimebag Darrell.” –

“…hits like an uppercut to the chin” – Dallas Observer

“’The Architects of Guilt’ proves these guys are the real deal.” – Decibel

The Architects of Guilt can be purchased online via the Solid State webstore at:, AmazonMP3 at:, or on iTunes at:

Four tracks from The Architects of Guilt are currently streaming on The Famine’s official MySpace page at:, while the chaotic new video for the first single, “Ad Mortem”, can be seen on the official Solid State Records YouTube channel at:

The Famine will hit the stage on March 16th as part of the HM Magazine Showcase at the 311 Club in Austin at this year’s SXSW Festival.  Head over to: for more details.

Stay tuned for more information on The Famine and The Architects of Guilt.

The Famine is…

Nick Nowell – vocals

Andrew Godwin – guitar

Mark Garza – drums

Jon Richardson – bass

The Famine online…


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