Architects Announce Massive March 2015 UK Tour With Every Time I Die, Blessthefall & Counterparts

Architects Band Photo 2013

Fresh from wow’ing the crowds at the Reading and Leeds August bank holiday double header of festivals over the last few days and with their album Lost Forever // Lost Together hailed as the finest of their career thus far, UK metalcore favourites Architects have announced the biggest tour of their careers thus far.

Set to take place in March of 2015, the six date tour begins in Bristol at the Anson Rooms on the 9th of March and concludes with the band’s biggest ever headline show at London’s Roundhouse on the 14th of March with stops in Manchester, Nottingham, Birmingham and Glasgow in-between. Architects have also lined up one hell of a supporting cast for the tour; Favourites from across the pond Every Time I Die, fellow metalcore outfit from Arizona Blessthefall and Canadian melodic hardcore outfit Counterparts will be joining Architects on their trek across the UK. Full confirmation of the dates can be found below:

Architects March 2015 UK Tour w/ Every Time I Die, Blessthefall & Counterparts

9th – Bristol – Anson Rooms
10th – Manchester – Ritz
11th – Glasgow – ABC
12th – Birmingham – Institute
13th – Nottingham – Rock City
14th – London – Roundhouse

Tickets for the tour will be priced at £15 (£16.50 for London) plus the usual fees and postage charges. Tickets will go on sale this coming Friday (29th of August 2014) at 9am on Live Nation – and Ticketmaster – Keep your eyes peeled for a Live Nation pre-sale on Wednesday or Thursday too as those of us who buy tickets regularly know they like a good pre-sale. Architects will also be on tour throughout mainland Europe in February prior to the UK tour.

Architects will also be releasing Colony Collapse from Lost Forever // Lost Together as their newest single on the 26th of September. Any further updates from Architects will be reported on here at Rock Sins, but in the meantime you check out the interview our very own Sam Stowe and Amanda Burns did with Tom Searle of Architects back in Glasgow earlier this year:

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