Brighton metalcore band Architects will be descending upon Bristol Anson Rooms on Monday the 6th of March during their UK dates in spring. The four piece group have been around since 2004 and have drawn a large fan base through their raging and unhindered style that has been spread over six albums that began with their debut ‘Nightmares’ in 2006. Over the release of their next five albums their style evolved through the heavier and darker ‘Ruin’, to the incorporation of synthesised instruments and cleaner cut vocals in more recent long players like Daybreaker and Lost Forever // Lost Together.
The bands sound is built on a mixture of inspirations including The Dillinger Escape Plan, Shadows Fail and Hatebreed to name just a few. These influences have helped create aggressive yet beautiful tracks like ‘Naysayer’ and ‘These Colours Don’t Run’, with their music eventually touring in all corners of the globe, including gigs with Suicide Silence, The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza and Beneath The Massacre. Throughout Architects life, drummer Dan Searle and guitarist Tom Searle – also Dan’s twin brother – are the only members who have remained throughout, with vocalist Matt Johnson to be replaced by Sam Carter, bass guitarist Tim Lucas being proceeded by Alex Dean and second guitarist Tim Hiller leaving the band late in 2011. Now, the four will be bringing their metalcore fury to a number of venues around the UK in November, and on March 6th the stage will be set at Bristol Anson Rooms.
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