Acclaimed Metalcore Band ‘Architects’ Debut North American Tour In Anaheim

On the heels of their recently released eighth album Holy Hell, metalcore band Architects embark on their first North American tour beginning April 26 at Anaheim, California’s House of Blues.

After the passing of Holly Hell co-founder Tom Searle in 2016 from cancer, it would be understandable if Architects took an extended period time away from music. The group, which consists of Tom’s twin brother Dan Searle on drums, bassist Ali Dean, guitarists Josh Middleton and Adam Christianson, bassist Ali Dean, and vocalist Sam Carter, released Holy Hell in November to critical acclaim. The album, a melange of hard driving rock, pinpoint singing from Carter, and insightful lyrics, was named by Kerrang as one of 2018’s best albums. I absolutely love the album, and currently my top pick from the first rate effort is “Royal Beggars.”



Their North American tour dates are as follows (Thy Art Is Murder and While She Sleeps will serve as openers):

April 26 Anaheim, CA House of Blues

April 27 Phoenix, AZ Van Buren

April 29 Denver, CO Ogden Theatre

May 1 Dallas, TX House of Blues

May 2 Austin, TX Emo’s

May 3 Houston, TX House of Blues

May 4 New Orleans, LA House of Blues

May 3 – 5 Jacksonville, FL Welcome to Rockville

May 7 Atlanta, GA Buckhead Theatre

May 9 Nashville, TN Cannery Ballroom

May 10 St. Louis, MO Pop’s

May 12 Rockingham, NC Epicenter

May 14 Washington, DC 930 Club

May 15 Philadelphia, PA Fillmore

May 16 New York, NY Brooklyn Steel

May 17 – 19 Columbus, OH Sonic Temple

May 20 Worcester, MA Palladium

May 21 Montreal, QC Mtelus

May 23 Toronto, ON Danforth Music Hall

May 24 Detroit, MI The Majestic

May 25 Chicago, IL Concord

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