Architects is a British band that formed in the East Sussex area of Brighton around 2004 thanks to the efforts of twin brothers Thomas and Daniel Searle. The group is primarily known for its metalcore and progressive metal sounds. Its sixth album helped the band achieve lasting fame.
From Math to Metal
Architects started out as a "mathcore" band called Counting the Days before morphing into what it is today. Many of the band's members were still pursuing academic careers at the time of the first album, so the group had to book holiday weeks in order to tour with other artists without losing places at college. The original vocalist left the group after just a few months, but Architects got Sam Carter to join and give his unique vocal talents to the project. All members of Architects are vegan.
Where can I buy Architects tickets?
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Who plays in Architects?
Architects has seen a few lineup changes since its inception many years ago. Co-founder Tom Searle is no longer with the group, but his brother Dan still plays with Architects and handles the drums, percussion instruments and does some of the programming. Alex Dean plays the bass guitar and handles the keyboards and drum pad for some Architects setlists. After touring with the group for a couple of years, Josh Middleton became the lead guitarist and a backing vocalist. Sam Carter is also a lead vocalist, and Adam Christianson turned his touring into a permanent position on the rhythm guitar. The band has had other touring musicians as part of its live performances in the past, and you may see some extra members on the stage at an Architects concert.
Is Architects touring now?
Yes. The band is currently enjoying a tour circuit around Australia. Most Architects concerts are divided by continents, and the group will tour around various countries on one leg of the tour before moving to a new region. Any international fans of Architects can check out StubHub to see which parts of the country the band will play in and for how long.
Will Architects visit a city near me?
If you live anywhere in Australia, you may be fortunate enough to have Architects stop in your city or one near you. The groups is scheduled to stop in cities in the Victoria, Queensland and New South Wales regions, just to name a few possibilities. You can use StubHub to book your tickets for Architects at the closest location for your needs.
What types of venues does Architects play at?
Architects has achieved international fame since gaining a following more than a decade ago. As a result, the band can fill both large and small venues with ease. The Fortitude Music Hall and Big Top Luna Park are just a couple of the venues on the Architects' schedule that you'll find tickets for on StubHub.
What is an Architects setlist like?
Over the course of its career, Architects has released eight studio albums from which it can draw various songs for a live setlist. You may hear any combination of these albums during an Architects concert. Each album has spawned a couple of popular singles that helped to increase the band's popularity and delight fans at live shows. Some of this work includes "Doomsday," "Devil's Island," "A Match Made in Heaven," "Gone With the Wind" and "Royal Beggars."
What bands influenced Architects?
If you've already grabbed your Architects tickets at StubHub, you may be interested in the familiar yet unique sounds of some of the groups that influenced the band. Some music industry professionals have described the band's overall sound as similar to that of Enter Shikari. The group's vocals can seem similar to the lyrical style of Bring Me the Horizon.Back to Top
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