Fri 13th Mar at 6:30pm
@ Rock City, Nottingham
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Never miss another 'Architects' show
Architects + Every Time I Die + Blessthefall + Counterparts
Following on from their triumphant Reading and Leeds Festival slot, Brighton based 4-piece Architects have unveil their huge March 2015 UK headline tour, their biggest ever dates in the UK.
The band said: “We are extremely proud to announce our biggest ever headlining tour of the UK and Europe! We're bring along our good friends in Every Time I Die, Blessthefall and Counterparts to make it one of the biggest heavy bills of the year. We'll be doing everything we can to make sure these shows are the biggest and best Architects shows in our 10 year history. We can't wait.”
Formed in Brighton 2004, Architects let their music speak for itself. Focus on the music, songs and riffs rather than pretentious image has meant the boys have already made a considerable name for themselves in amongst the UK underground hardcore scene.
Architects tour dates
A hardcore act from Buffalo, New York whose affinity for classic rock groups such as Motorhead and Thin Lizzy marks them out from many of the other bands operating in their genre.
'Their indefinable compositions cater to enthusiasts of hardcore, metal, emo and rock and roll alike without compromising sincerity or energy'- www.mtv.com.
Every Time I Die tour dates
This Phoenix, Arizona five-piece play post hardcore/screamo full of big choruses and heavy guitars combined with impeccable songwriting abilities and Bokan’s powerful, bone-chilling vocals. Blessthefall continue to prove themselves as one of the most respected frontrunners in the metalcore community and have spent years building a strong foundation and legion of devoted fans throughout their impressive career of over a decade.
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A five-piece hardcore band from Hamilton, Ontario, Counterparts are among the most promising young bands the genre has to offer. Their unique blend of hardcore sounds is instantly recognisable, with pummelling verses and breakdowns seamlessly transitioning into bright melodies, bound together by an unwavering message of hope and overall positivity.
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