Life Through a Window is the second studio album by Canadian metalcore band Structures released on by Sumerian Records. It was produced by Will Putney and Randy Leboeuf, and recorded at the Machine Shop in Belleville from September to. Life Through a Window is the second studio album by Canadian metalcore band Structures released on by Sumerian Records. Life Through a Window Lyrics: This fear / It shouldn't appear in my veins / Yet it remains my ally in self-decay / I'm dug in deep here / Four walls will. STRUCTURES - Life Through a Window - Music. STRUCTURES (Artist) Format: Audio CD Sophomore release from Canadian band Structures. ALBUM: Structures – Life Through A Window · Architects and the elephantine stomp representing djent's bread and butter, Canadian trio · Structures. album: "Life Through A Window" () · 1. Buried. We're all the same · 2. Nothing To Lose. What did you expect? · 3. The Worst Of Both Worlds. [feat. · 4. My. Armed with a sound comparable to that of Architects (UK), Structures chug, lurch and judder along in fine contorted style, hammering the. Rhythm work wise, it's a massive improvement over Divided By (if you can call it rhythm). Songs have a definite direction that they are headed. The Worst of Both Worlds (feat. Drew York). 3. PREVIEW. My Conscience. 4. PREVIEW. Broken Telephone. 5. PREVIEW. Extinction. To summarize, Life Through A Window is a further degeneration in the life of an already weakened genre. Structures' attempt to appeal to the.